Matthew Spenko
Matthew Spenko
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology
Verified email at iit.edu - Homepage
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Frictional adhesion: a new angle on gecko attachment
K Autumn, A Dittmore, D Santos, M Spenko, M Cutkosky
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (18), 3569-3579, 2006
6232006
Smooth vertical surface climbing with directional adhesion
S Kim, M Spenko, S Trujillo, B Heyneman, D Santos, MR Cutkosky
Robotics, IEEE Transactions on 24 (1), 65-74, 2008
5882008
Biologically inspired climbing with a hexapedal robot
MJ Spenko, GC Haynes, JA Saunders, MR Cutkosky, AA Rizzi, ...
Journal of Field Robotics 25 (4‐5), 223-242, 2008
4292008
Whole body adhesion: hierarchical, directional and distributed control of adhesive forces for a climbing robot
S Kim, M Spenko, S Trujillo, B Heyneman, V Mattoli, MR Cutkosky
Proceedings 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation …, 2007
2812007
An adaptive shared control system for an intelligent mobility aid for the elderly
H Yu, M Spenko, S Dubowsky
Autonomous Robots 15 (1), 53-66, 2003
2542003
Robotic personal aids for mobility and monitoring for the elderly
M Spenko, H Yu, S Dubowsky
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 14 (3 …, 2006
2082006
Perching and takeoff of a robotic insect on overhangs using switchable electrostatic adhesion
MA Graule, P Chirarattananon, SB Fuller, NT Jafferis, KY Ma, M Spenko, ...
Science 352 (6288), 978-982, 2016
1612016
Directional adhesion for climbing: theoretical and practical considerations
D Santos, M Spenko, A Parness, S Kim, M Cutkosky
Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology 21 (12-13), 1317-1341, 2007
1472007
Omni-directional mobility using active split offset castors
H Yu, M Spenko, S Dubowsky
Journal of mechanical design 126, 822, 2004
1352004
A modified pressure–sinkage model for small, rigid wheels on deformable terrains
G Meirion-Griffith, M Spenko
Journal of Terramechanics 48 (2), 149-155, 2011
1072011
Improving controllable adhesion on both rough and smooth surfaces with a hybrid electrostatic/gecko-like adhesive
D Ruffatto III, A Parness, M Spenko
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 11 (93), 20131089, 2014
992014
Directional adhesive structures for controlled climbing on smooth vertical surfaces
D Santos, S Kim, M Spenko, A Parness, M Cutkosky
Proceedings 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation …, 2007
952007
Design and experimental validation of hytaq, a hybrid terrestrial and aerial quadrotor
A Kalantari, M Spenko
2013 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 4445-4450, 2013
902013
Hazard avoidance for high‐speed mobile robots in rough terrain
M Spenko, Y Kuroda, S Dubowsky, K Iagnemma
Journal of Field Robotics 23 (5), 311-331, 2006
852006
Autonomous perching and take-off on vertical walls for a quadrotor micro air vehicle
A Kalantari, K Mahajan, D Ruffatto, M Spenko
2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 4669-4674, 2015
612015
Increasing the adhesion force of electrostatic adhesives using optimized electrode geometry and a novel manufacturing process
D Ruffatto III, J Shah, M Spenko
Journal of Electrostatics 72 (2), 147-155, 2014
612014
Hybrid aerial and terrestrial vehicle
A Kalantari, M Spenko
US Patent 9,061,558, 2015
532015
Modeling and performance assessment of the HyTAQ, a hybrid terrestrial/aerial quadrotor
A Kalantari, M Spenko
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 30 (5), 1278-1285, 2014
402014
High-speed hazard avoidance for mobile robots in rough terrain
MJ Spenko, KD Iagnemma, S Dubowsky
Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology VI 5422, 439-450, 2004
392004
Foot design and integration for bioinspired climbing robots
M Spenko, M Cutkosky, C Majidi, R Fearing, R Groff, K Autumn
Unmanned Systems Technology VIII 6230, 623019, 2006
362006
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