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My Works

Currently I am a doctoral student in Tokyo Institute of Technology. Even though my primary blog is written in Indonesian, and most of it talking about non-professional works, I am also conducting research on robotics field especially about manipulation and grasping, multi-fingered hand, novel pneumatic actuator, tele-operated manipulator, and rescue robotics. I also have an interest on computer vision, image processing, mobile robotics, mechatronics, and embedded systems.

Below are the profiles and lists of my published works.

Education:

  1. Doctoral degree: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering. Oct 2014 – Sep 2017.
  2. Master degree: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering. Oct 2012 – Sep 2014.
  3. Bachelor degree: Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Department of Electrical Engineering. Aug 2007 – Oct 2011.

Working Experiences:

  1. Mitsubishi Electric, Advance Technology R&D Center, Mechatronics Department. Internship: Oct 2016 – Jan 2017.
  2. PT. Len Industri, Center of Technology and Innovation Division. Internship: Feb 2012 – Jul 2012.
  3. Bandung Institute of Technology, Digital Control System Laboratory. Assistant: Feb 2011 – Jul 2011.
  4. Bandung Institute of Technology, Microprocessor Laboratory. Assistant: Aug 2010 – Jan 2011.

Journals:

  1. Dameitry A, Tsukagoshi H. Lightweight and large force of underactuated pneumatic fingers with a wide range of grasping. Advanced Robotics (under review). 2017 Dec; 31(23):page.
  2. Dameitry A, Tsukagoshi H. Variable constrained flexible airbag actuator for aerial manipulator with door twisting application,” (to be submitted).

Conferences:

  1. A. Dameitry and H. Tsukagoshi, “Lightweight Underactuated Pneumatic Finger Capable of Grasping Various Objects,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Robotics and Automation, Stockholm, Sweden, May 2016.
  2. H. Tsukagoshi, T. Hamada, M. Watanabe, D. Ashlih, and R. Iizuka, “Aerial Manipulator with Perching and Door-opening Capability,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Robotics and Automation, WA, USA, May 2015, pp. 4663-4668.
  3. R. Iizuka, A. Dameitry, T. Maezumi, H. Tsukagoshi. “Manipulation Function for Aerial Robot; 6th report: Wall and Ceiling Autonomous Perching Mechanism,” Conference of Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomech) (In Japanese), Japan, 2015.
  4. A. Dameitry, T. Hamada, M. Watanabe, R. Iizuka, and H. Tsukagoshi, “Aerial Manipulator with Door Opening Function,” Proc. The 9th JFPS Int. Symp. Fluid Power, Matsue, Japan, Oct. 2014, pp. 195-200.
  5. H. Tsukagoshi, T. Hamada, M. Watanabe, R. Iizuka, and A. Dameitry, “Aerial Manipulator aimed for Door-opening Mission,” Proc. The 12th IEEE Int. Symp. Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics (SSRR), Hokkaido, Japan, Oct. 2014.
  6. T. Hamada, Y. Ikari, A. Dameitry, H. Tsukagoshi, A. Kitagawa. “Manipulation Function for Aerial Robot; 1st report: Proposal of Perching Method,” Conference of Robotics and Mechatronics (Robomech) (In Japanese), Japan, 2013.
  7. A. A. Purwita, K. Adityowibowo, A. Dameitry, M. Atman, “Automated Microaneurysm Detection Using Mathematical Morphology,” Proc. The 2nd Int. Conf. Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering (ICICI-BME), Bandung, Indonesia, Nov. 2011.

Honors & Awards:

  1. MEXT. Master & Doctoral Scholarship. Oct 2012 – Sep 2017.
  2. JFPS International Sysposium on Fluid Power. Best student paper award. Oct 2014.
  3. ITB. Ganesa Karya. Oct 2011.
  4. Electrical Engineering ITB. Outstanding student. Jul 2011.
  5. Trinity college fire fighting home robot contest. 1st place on walking division. Apr 2011.
  6. Indonesian Robot Contest (KRCI). 1st place on walking division. Jun 2010.

Academic Society:

  1. IEEE-RAS Student Member (2015-)

 

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