Dr Zoran Najdovski
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Currently a research fellow within the Centre for Intelligent Systems Research at Deakin University, my research interests include the control and analysis of haptic interfaces and their contribution to human haptic perception. The design and development of novel haptic interface devices and robotics modelling and control.
- PhD (Deakin University, Australia - 2010)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Deakin University, Australia - 2004)
- Bachelor of Science (Deakin University, Australia - 2004)
Relevant employment history:
- 2005 - present: Research Fellow, Deakin University
- 2004 - 2005: Test Engineer, Ford Motor Company Australia
A list of the ten most significant relevant publications for the last five years:
- Z. Najdovski, B. Horan, A. Bhatti and S. Nahavandi, Method and Apparatus for Haptic Control, International Patent, 2008
- Z. Najdovski, S. Nahavandi, Characterising a Novel Interface for Event-Based Haptic Grasping, IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Japan, 2009
- Z. Najdovski, S. Nahavandi, Extending Haptic Device Capability for 3D Virtual Grasping, EuroHaptics, Madrid, Spain, pp. 494-503, 2008
- Z. Najdovski, C. Mawson, H. Trinh, S. Nahavandi, Solution to robotic landmine detection through use of path planning and motor control, World Automation Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 2006.
- B. Horan, Z. Najdovski, S. Nahavandi, E. Tunstel, Haptic Control Methodologies for Telerobotic Stair Traversal, International Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems, Vol 13, No 1, March 2008, 3-14
- B. Horan, Z. Najdovski, S. Nahavandi, 3D Haptic Cone for Intuitive Vehicle motion control, IEEE International Conference on Virtual Reality, Reno, USA 2008
- B. Horan, Z. Najdovski, S. Nahavandi, Exploiting ungrounded tactile haptic displays for mobile robotic teleoperation, World Automation Congress, USA 2008
- B. Horan, Z. Najdovski, S. Nahavandi and E. Tunstel, Multi-Point Multi-Hand Haptic Teleoperation of a Mobile Robot, , IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Japan, 2009
- Hamid Abdi, Saeid Nahavandi, Zoran Najdovski, and Yakov Frayman, "Multiple actuator fault tolerance for static nonlinear systems based on minimum velocity jump," in IFAC World Automation Congress (IFAC WAC2011), Milan, Italy, 2011.
- Hamid Abdi, Saeid Nahavandi, and Zoran Najdovski, "Fault tolerance operation of cooperative manipulators," in IEEE International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space (i-SAIRAS2010), Japan, 2010, pp. 144-151.
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