The Laboratory of Motion Generation and Analysis (LMGA)

The Laboratory of Motion Generation and Analysis (LMGA) is directed by Dr Chen. We are interested in innovative motion generation for versatile edge-cutting applications, and conducting fundamental researches on motion analysis. Our research activities include reconfigurable robotic arms, robotic surgery, path planning, haptic devices, hybrid electric vehicles, humanoid robots, and fundamental theories of spatial motion. The research team is consisted of research assistants, post-graduates, visiting scholars and HDR students, and distinct undergraduates. Our goal is to benefit communities by means of engineering advances. If interested, you are welcome to contact me for more information.

News

02.10.2018

Welcome Prof Jorge Angeles at McGill to visit Monash University....

15.08.2018

Congratulations! Godfrey Keung’s provisional patent enters PCT phase.....

People

Director
Dr Shao Liu
Mr Godfrey Keung
Mr Michael Stanley
Mr Xi Ao
Mr Hanwen Kang
Miss Zixi Liu
Mr Keenan Granland
Miss Zijue Chen
Xing Wang
Xi Wang
Charles troeung
Mr Yangjunjie Wang
Chou Hugh
Aarjav Chirag Khara

Past Students

Dr Stanley Ip

Dr Wesley Au

Dr Sajeeva Abeywardena

Publications

Scholarly Book

Chen, C. and Zsombor-Murray, P., 2009, Direct Kinematics for All Planar Three-Legged Parallel Platforms (Kinematic Mapping) ...

Scholarly Book Chapters

S. Ip, C. Chen, R.P.H. Chen, and D. Oetomo, 2012, Development of Reconfigurable Spherical Motion Generator, Advances...

Referred Journals articles

W Au, H Chung and C Chen, Path planning and assemly mode changes of 6-DOF Stewart-Gough-type parallel manipulators,...

Research Areas

Robotic Surgical Arm with Remote Centre of Motion (RCM)

Robotic Surgical Arm with Remote Centre of Motion (RCM)

This project targets to develop a surgical robot with remote centre of motion (RCM)...

Continuum Concentric Tube Robot (CCTR) for Minimally-Invasive Surgical Applications

Continuum Concentric Tube Robot (CCTR) for Minimally-Invasive Surgical Applications

The continuum concentric tube robots (CCTRs) are constantly bending...