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Jacob Rosen

 

 

Jacob Rosen Ph.D.

Bionics Lab Director
Professor
Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
School of Engineering

University of California, Los Angeles
420 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles,
CA  90095-1597, USA

Dept. of Surgery (Joint Appointment)
School of Medicine

Dept. of Bioengineering (Joint Appointment)
School of Engineering

Office: Engineering 4 Building, Rm. 37-146
Lab: Engineering 4 Building, Rm. 18-111
Voice Office: (310) 206-0174

e-mail: jacobrosen@ucla.edu

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Bio


Jacob Rosen is a professor of medical robotics at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering with joint appointments with the Department Surgery and the Department of Bioengineering, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His research interests focus on medical robotics, biorobotics, human centered robotics, surgical robotics, wearable robotics, rehabilitation robotics, neural control, and human-machine interface. Dr. Rosen received his B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Biomedical Engineering from Tel-Aviv University in 1987, 1993 and 1997 respectively.

From 1987 to 1992 he served as an officer in the IDF studying human-machine interfaces. From 1993 to 1997 he was a research associate developing and studying the EMG based powered Exoskeleton at the Biomechanics Laboratory, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tel-Aviv University. During the same period of time he held a position at a startup company developing innovative orthopedic spine/pelvis implants. From 1997 to 2000 he was a Post-Doc at the departments of Electrical Engineering and Surgery, University of Washington while developing surgical robotic and medical simulation systems. From 2001- 2008 he served as a faculty member at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Washington in Seattle with adjunct appointments with the Departments of Surgery. From 2008- 2013 he served as a faculty member at the Department of Computer Engineering, University of California - Santa Cruz (UCSC). Since 2014 he serves as a full professor at UCLA, directing the Bionics lab, and serves as a member at the Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology at David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA.

Dr. Rosen developed several key systems in the field of medical robotics such as the Blue and the Red Dragon for minimally invasive surgical skill evaluation that is commercialized by Simulab as the “Edge”, Raven – a surgical robotic system for telesurgery that is commercialized by Applied Dexterity as an open source research platform, several generations of upper and lower limb exoskeletons and most recently the Exo-UL7 – a dual arm wearable robotic system. He is a co-author of 100 manuscripts in the field of medical robotics and a co-author and co-editor of two books entitled “Surgical Robotics – Systems, Applications, and Visions” and "Redundancy in Robot Manipulators and Multi-robot systems" published by Springer.        



Publications

 

Most of the Bionics Lab publications (book chapters, journal papers, and conference papers) are available on-line in a PDF format

Books

Surgical Robotics
Systems, Applications, and Visions
Jacob Rosen, Blake Hannaford, Richard M. Satava (Editors)


Publisher: Springer; 1st Edition. (November 1, 2010)
Hardcover: 889 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1441911251
ISBN-13: 978-1441911254




Book Web Site
Publisher Web Site

 

 

Redundancy in Robot Manipulators and Multi-robot systems
Dejan Milutinovic, Jacob Rosen (Editors)

Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol. 57
Publisher: Springer; 1st Edition. (2013)
Hardcover: 241 pages
Language: English
ISBN: 978-3-642-33970-7



Publisher Web Site

 


IEEE Spectrum





Doc at a Distance (PDF 8.5 MB)

Robot surgeons promise to save lives in remote communities, war zones, and disaster-stricken areas
Jacob Rosen, Blake Hannaford
IEEE Spectrum, Oct. 2006
Spectrum URL | Surgical Robotics |

 

 






The Rise of the Body Bots (PDF 2.7 MB)

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Exoskeletons - An Interview with IEEE Spectrum Correspondent
Erico Guizzo
URL Link - Select Oct. 2005 > Exoskeleton
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Research Fields


Wearable Robotics - Exoskeletons

 

Surgical Robotics

 

Multidimensional Topics

 

 


 

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Mt. Rainer National Park
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Rowing


The challenge is within
The opponent is yourself
Salute to those who meet the challenge and win

 


Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Daniel Rutenberg
1983
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Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Daniel Rutenberg
1983
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Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Daniel Rutenberg
1983
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Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Arje Brilleman
1984
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Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Arje Brilleman
1985
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Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Arje Brilleman
1985
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Daniel Rutenberg, Ram Golombig, JR, and Arje Brilleman
Hazewinkel Belgium, 1985
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Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Arje Brilleman
Nottingham, UK, 1986
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Lightweight double scull (2xLW)
With Arje Brilleman
Nottingham, UK, 1986
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Lexington Reservoir
Los Gatos, CA, 2009
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