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Mechanical Engineering Professor recognized for innovation in robotic systems and machine design

Mechanical Engineering Professor recognized for innovation in robotic systems and machine designAnurag Purwar, a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and his PhD student Shrinath Deshpande were honored with  A. T. Yang Memorial Award in Theoretical Kinematics in recognition of their prize-winning paper “A Task-driven Approach to Optimal Synthesis of Planar Four-bar Linkages for Extended Burmester Problem” at the  American Society of Mechanical Engineers 41st Mechanisms and Robotics Conference, held August 6 through 9 in Cleveland, OH as part of the  ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences.

The award carries an inscribed plaque and an honorarium sponsored by the A. T. Yang Memorial founded in recognition of late Prof. A. T. Yang's seminal contributions to the field of theoretical kinematics.

 
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