Mr. Mohamed Raessa
Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology, Egypt
RESEARCH GOALS: Mr. Raessa is working to develop a new transportation system that efficiently assists human in traveling quickly while carrying loads along flat free terrains.
MSC RESEARCH ASSIST AWARD: Mr. Raessa and the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology are using Adams to create a multi-body model of the "All-Terrains Wearable Vehicle" and carry out the dynamics analysis and control of the novel robotic vehicle in its two modes of operation.
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BIO: Mr. Mohamed Raessa graduated from Mansoura University with a B.Sc. degree in Electrical Power and Machines Engineering (E-JUST) in 2011 and was granted the Information Technology Institute (ITI) graduate diploma scholarship in the field of Mechatronics in 2012. In 2014, Mr. Mohamed was admitted as a graduate student at E-JUST in the department of Mechatronics and Robotics on a scholarship from Mitsubishi Co. Mr. Mohamed is currently conducting research on the design and control of a novel Robotic All-Terrains Wearable Vehicle: A transportation system that enables humans to move efficiently through structured and unstructured environments while carrying loads.
Mr. Mohamed's interests include assistive robotics, legged locomotion, and multi-body systems dynamics and control.