Mehmet Ege Cansev

Mehmet Ege Cansev
Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg | FAU · Department of Electrical, Electronic and Communication Engineering

Master of Science

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Since the beginning of humankind, touch has been a fundamental element of emotional communication between individuals. The increasing number and popularity of prosthetic and assistive robots make processing sense of touch essential to express affective touch. Based on the previous work of authors on design criteria to mediate affective touch, this...
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Previous research has shown the value of the sense of embodiment, i.e., being able to integrate objects into one’s bodily self-representation, and its connection to (assistive) robotics. Especially, tactile interfaces seem essential to integrate assistive robots into one’s body model. Beyond functional feedback, such as tactile force sensing, the h...
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Generalizing the operation of robots in dynamical environments regardless of the task complexity is one of the ultimate goals of robotics researchers. Learning from demonstration approaches supported by transfer learning and user feedback offer a remarkable solution to achieve generalization. The main idea behind such approaches is teaching robots...
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District heating networks transport thermal energy from one or more sources to a plurality of consumers. Lowering the operating temperatures of district heating networks is a key research topic to reduce energy losses and unlock the potential of low-temperature heat sources, such as waste heat. With an increasing share of uncontrolled heat sources...

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