Romol Chadda

Romol Chadda, M.Sc.

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Merckstr. 25
64283 Darmstadt

Raum: S3/06 134

+49 6151 16-23873


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Forschung

The specific research topics are:

  • Multiphysic modeling,
  • Actuators for cardiac catheterization,
  • Mechanical sensors.

Kurze Biographie

Romol Chadda received his M.Sc. in precision engineering from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, in 2017. His research interests involve design of system-integrated mechanical sensors as well as robotics in medical applications.

Projekte

  • SMArt Guide Wire (2018-2020, funded by German Research Foundation, grant no. WE 2308/23-1, PI Prof. Dr.-Ing. R. Werthschützky)

Lehre

Elektromechanische Systeme

Sensorsignalverarbeitung

Betreute Abschlussarbeiten

  • E. Sundaralingam, ''Development of an electronic to minimize the number of cables for an active steerable guidewire with an integrated force sensor'', Bachelor's thesis, 2018 (in progress).
  • B. Latsch, ''Development of a worm-like robot with integrated path tracking'', Master's thesis, 2018 (in progress).
  • K.-N. Buschbeck, ''Determination of the position and orientation of torque transducers using machine learning algorithms'', Master's thesis, 2018 (in progress).
  • X. Zhang, ''Dynamic modelling of a hydraulic excavator for load weighing with using machine learning for extracting dynamic parameters'', Master's thesis, 2018 (in progress).
  • A. K. Sacakli, ''Design and implementation of a bilateral teleoperation system based on ROS'', Master's thesis, 2018 (in progress).
  • B. Wulf, ''Evaluation of ultrasonic phased arrays for robotic workspace monitoring in ROS'', Bachelor`s thesis, 2018 (in progress).
  • J. Adolf, ''Force transducer with increased local resolution for electronic Contact Normal Force Measurement in terminal contacts'', Master's thesis, 2018 (cooperation with TE Connectivity).
  • J. Butz, ''Ultrasonic-based acquisition of rotational speed based on detection of rotationally symmetric features'', Master's thesis, 2018.
  • A. Asmus, ''Ultrasonic-based acquisition of rotational speed'', Master's thesis, 2018.
  • O. Ben Dali, ''Modeling of energy harvester based on ferroelectret materials'', Master's thesis, 2018.
  • M. Luff, ''Evaluation of control methods for assistive exoskeletons with user interaction in joint space'', Master's thesis, 2018.