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eng. Luca Barbazza
Ph.D. Candidate
centre: UniPd - DIMEG

luca.barbazza@studenti.unipd.it

Luca Barbazza was born in Treviso on 25 Settembre 1988. He received his bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering (2010) and his master degree in Mechanical Engineering (2013) at the University of Padova. He was visiting scholar at the Technical University of Denmark (from 8/2012 to 3/2013) where he discussed a thesis entitled “Design and optimization of heat exchangers for Organic Rankine Cycles”. He is currently a PhD student in Mechatronics and Product Innovation Engineering at the Department of Management and Engineering, University of Padova. His PhD project is about the functional design of mechatronic systems for human robot-interaction. His research areas are: design and optimization of mechatronic systems, optimal control, design of flexible assembly systems. He has good experience of robot programming (Adept V+, Epson, Denso, Mitsubishi), programming languages (MatLab, C++), vision systems and image processing, finite element analysis software and 3D CAD software.


Publications

[1] L. Barbazza, D. Zanotto, G. Rosati, and S.K. Agrawal
Design and optimal control of an under-actuated cable-driven micro-macro robot
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 2(2):896-903, 2017.

[2] L. Barbazza, M. Faccio, F. Oscari, and G. Rosati
Agility in assembly systems: a comparison model
Assembly Automation, 2017. Accepted for publication, ID AA-10-2016-128.R2

[3] L. Barbazza, F. Oscari, S. Minto, and G. Rosati
Trajectory planning of a suspended cable driven parallel robot with reconfigurable end-effector
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 48:1-11, 2017

[4] L. Barbazza, D. Zanotto, G. Rosati, and S.K. Agrawal
Optimal design of a reconfigurable end-effector for cable-suspended parallel robots
Mechanisms and Machine Science, 47:267-275, 2017

[5] L. Barbazza, F. Oscari, S. Minto, and G. Rosati
Optimized trajectory planning of pick and place operations to be performed by cable-driven parallel robots
Mechanisms and Machine Science, 47:287-295, 2017

[6] L. Barbazza, D. Zanotto, G. Rosati, and S.K. Agrawal
Design and optimal control of an under-actuated cable-driven micro-macro robot
In Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2017. Accepted for publication, submission no.2981

[7] G. Rosati, F. Oscari, L. Barbazza, M. Faccio
Throughput maximization and buffer design of robotized flexible production systems with feeder renewals and priority rules
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 85(1-4):891-907, 2016

[8] Rosati, G., Faccio, M., Barbazza, L., Rossi, A.
Hybrid fexible assembly systems (H-FAS): bridging the gap between traditional and fully flexible assembly systems
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 81(5-8):1289-1301, 2015

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