Sakshi Gupta

Sakshi Gupta
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar | Indian Institute of Technology Punjab · School of Mechanical, Materials and Energy Engineering

PhD Researcher
Task-Oriented Upper-Limb Exoskeleton for Rehabilitation

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
December 2016 - present
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
Position
  • Researcher
August 2015 - December 2016
SRMS College of Engineering and Technology
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
February 2012 - July 2013
SRMS College of Engineering and Technology
Position
  • Teaching associate
Education
December 2016 - October 2021
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering
July 2013 - June 2015
G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar
Field of study
  • Manufacturing Engineering and Management
August 2007 - August 2011
M.J.P. Rohilkhand University
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering

Publications

Publications (10)
Article
One of the primary reasons for wearable exoskeleton rejection is user discomfort caused by misalignment between the coupled system, i.e., the human limb and the exoskeleton. The article focuses primarily on the solution strategies for misalignment issues. The purpose of this work is to facilitate rehabilitative exercise-based exoskeletons for neuro...
Article
Purpose: Enormous assistance is required during rehabilitation activities, which might result in a variety of complications if performed manually. To solve this issue, several solutions in the form of assistive devices have been presented recently. Another issue highlighted is the lack of kinematic compatibility in low degrees-of-freedom (dof) sys...
Conference Paper
The paper targeted to develop a modular library for prototyping planar hybrid linkages using additive manufacturing, with a selective printing conditions, layering directions and clearances. Three modules have been designed to produce active, passive and joint locking functionalities in the revolute joints. The fourth connectivity module helps to a...
Chapter
Misalignment between human and exoskeleton joints is an inevitable challenge that hinders user’s safety, comfort, and assistance efficiency. It also results in undesired interaction forces that are applied to the human body limbs, further affecting the safety of the user. In this context of the design of exoskeletons and the study of misalignment e...
Chapter
Gupta, SakshiGupta, SameerAgrawal, AnupamSingla, EktaThis paper deals with the human-robot compatibility issue of upper-limb exoskeleton through a dimensional synthesis problem. The work is a contribution to solving misalignment. In this paper, the objective is the task-based dimensional synthesis of a wearable upper-limb exoskeleton for emulating...
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For customized design of a hybrid manipulator for a specific application, selection of an appropriate configuration is always a challenge. To assist in this foremost decision in data-driven synthesis, a novel approach is proposed for modular formation of quick configurations. Majorly, a unified methodology is presented for the development of respec...
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For customized design of a hybrid-manipulator for a specific application, selection of an appropriate configuration is always a challenge. To assist in this foremost decision in data-driven synthesis, a novel approach is proposed for modular formation of quick configurations and developing respective kinematic model and differential relations for t...
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This paper first summarizes the research work in the active and passive upper limb exoskeleton robotics that have been majorly testified in the area of assistive and rehabilitation robotics. Recent techniques have been classified with respect to the reported generations defined by scientific communities and design challenges have been retrieved out...

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Projects (2)
Project
Try to minimize the use of actuator and make light weighted wearable upper limb exoskeleton for rehabilitation of stroke patients.