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 Hamid Vejdani
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Hamid Vejdani

Education

  • PhD, Robotics and Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University
  • MS, Mechanical Engineering: Robotics & Control, Oregon State University
  • MS, Structural Engineering, Ferdowsi University
  • BS, Civil Engineering, Ferdowsi University

Courses And Advising

  • Advisor, Formula Electric team
  • EME 3043 - Dynamics
  • MRE 4113 - Discrete Control

Research Interests

  • Bio-inspired robotics
  • Dynamical systems: analysis and control
  • Mechanics of locomotion: passive dynamics and control

Selected Publications

  1. H. Vejdani, 2020. “Roll Maneuverability of Flapping Flight Winged Systems,” Proc. 2020 ASME Dynamic System & Control Conference.
  2. H. Vejdani, 2019. “Dynamics and stability of Bat-Scale Flapping Wing Hovering Robot,” Proc. IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), Vancouver, BC.
  3. A. Curtis, J. Mynderse, and H. Vejdani, 2019. “Design of a Kangaroo Inspired Hopping Robot for Unrestricted Locomotion and Controller Development,” Proc. ASME Dynamic System & Control Conference (DSCC).
  4. V. Pellerito, H. Vejdani, 2019. “The Effect of Wing-Motor Connection Mechanism on the Payload Capacity of Flapping Flight Hovering Robots,” Proc. ASME Dynamic System & Control Conference (DSCC).
  5. H. Vejdani, 2019. “Development of a Bio-inspired Robotics Course,” Proc. 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Tampa, FL.
  6. H. Vejdani, D. Boerma, S. Swartz and K. Breuer, 2019. “The dynamics of hovering flight in hummingbirds, insects and bats with implications for aerial robotics,” Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 14(016003).
  7. A. J. Bergou, S. M. Swartz, H. Vejdani, D. K. Riskin, L. Reimnitz, G. Taubin, and K. S. Breuer, 2015. “Falling with Style: Bats Perform Complex Aerial Rotations by Adjusting Wing Inertia,” PLOS Biol 13 (11).