Marco Randazzo received his degree in Computer Science Engineering in 2005 from the University of Genoa. In 2008, he received from the same institution, in collaboration with IIT, his Ph.D. in Humanoid Technologies, investigating dielectric elastomer actuators for robotic applications. From 2008 to 2012 he worked as Post-Doc researcher in IIT, focusing his research interests on topics such as compliant interaction and force control of the iCub humanoid robot.
In 2012 he joined to the newly established iCub Facility, working on aspects such as balancing, locomotion and navigation of the iCub humanoid platform.
Contributions to past projects:
ROBOTCUB FP6 2005-2010 http://www.robotcub.org/
"RobotCub: ROBotic Open-architecture Technology for Cognition, Understanding and Behavior"
VIACTORS FP7 2009-2011 http://www.viactors.org/
"Variable Impedance Actuation Systems Embodying Advanced Interaction Behaviours"
ROBOSKIN FP7 2009-2011 http://www.roboskin.org/
"Skin-Based Technologies and Capabilities for Safe,Autonomous and Interactive Robots"
EMORPH FP7 2009-2011 http://emorph.eu/
"Event-Driven Morphological Computation for Embodided Systems"
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