MSc. Marjon Voskuil

Marjon joined the Delft Haptics Lab as an MSc student in April 2014, after finishing her internship at MOOG (a partner company in H-Haptics). She then finished her literature study about workspace extension methods, in collaboration with Moog.

Marjon investigates¬†¬†workspace extension when haptic interaction is required. Commonly workspace extension methods include ‘indexing’ and ‘rate control’, each having specific limitations. Her aim is to design, implement and evaluate a hybrid controller that blends the benefits of indexing and rate control, and mitigates their individual limitations.

She performed her human-in-the-loop experiment at the Delft Haptics Lab, and succesfully defended her MSc thesis in June 2015.

 

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