Djordje Urukalo, PhD is a Research Associate at the University of Belgrade - Mihailo Pupin Institute. He graduated from the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad in 2008 with the title of graduate engineer of Mechatronics-Master in the field of Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation. He defended his doctoral dissertation entitled "Mechanical, electrical and control design of joint actuator for an autonomous human-scale electrically-powered humanoid robot". The area of the doctoral dissertation is computer engineering, automation and signal processing.
He was also a participant in two national projects and two international projects. Project "Development of remote controlled mobile robotic solar electric generator to improvement of agricultural production". Project "Research and development of environmentally intelligent service robots anthropomorphic characteristics". Project “Building attributes of artificial emotional intelligence aimed to make robots feel and sociable as humans (Emotionally Intelligent Robots - EIrobots)”. The "Romeo" project, Aldebaran Robotics. He conducted teaching and research activities at ISTY and within the Endicap Laboratory (UMR Inserm U1179).
ForNextCobot role: Djordje Urukalo is primarily engaged in assessments of human impedance in interaction tasks (work package 1)