Christophe Maufroy
Christophe Maufroy
Fraunhofer IPA
Verified email at ipa.fhg.de
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Towards a general neural controller for quadrupedal locomotion
C Maufroy, H Kimura, K Takase
Neural Networks 21 (4), 667-681, 2008
1032008
Integration of posture and rhythmic motion controls in quadrupedal dynamic walking using phase modulations based on leg loading/unloading
C Maufroy, H Kimura, K Takase
Autonomous Robots 28 (3), 331-353, 2010
802010
Concept and design of the biobiped1 robot for human-like walking and running
K Radkhah, C Maufroy, M Maus, D Scholz, A Seyfarth, O Von Stryk
International Journal of Humanoid Robotics 8 (03), 439-458, 2011
542011
Leg-adjustment strategies for stable running in three dimensions
F Peuker, C Maufroy, A Seyfarth
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 7 (3), 036002, 2012
532012
Robust hopping based on virtual pendulum posture control
MA Sharbafi, C Maufroy, MN Ahmadabadi, MJ Yazdanpanah, A Seyfarth
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 8 (3), 036002, 2013
422013
Stable dynamic walking of a quadruped robot “Kotetsu” using phase modulations based on leg loading/unloading
C Maufroy, T Nishikawa, H Kimura
2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 5225-5230, 2010
322010
Controllers for robust hopping with upright trunk based on the virtual pendulum concept
MA Sharbafi, C Maufroy, HM Maus, A Seyfarth, MN Ahmadabadi, ...
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2012
312012
MYOROBOTICS: A modular toolkit for legged locomotion research using musculoskeletal designs
HG Marques, C Maufroy, A Lenz, K Dalamagkidis, U Culha
6th International Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines (AMAM …, 2013
132013
Simplified control of upright walking by exploring asymmetric gaits induced by leg damping
C Maufroy, HM Maus, A Seyfarth
2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics, 491-496, 2011
112011
Simulation and experimental evaluation of the contribution of biarticular gastrocnemius structure to joint synchronization in human-inspired three-segmented elastic legs
D Scholz, C Maufroy, S Kurowski, K Radkhah, O von Stryk, A Seyfarth
International Conference on Simulation, Modeling, and Programming for …, 2012
102012
Stable dynamic walking of the quadruped “Kotetsu” using phase modulations based on leg loading/unloading against lateral perturbations
C Maufroy, H Kimura, T Nishikawa
2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 1883-1888, 2012
102012
Stable dynamic walking of a quadruped via phase modulations against small disturbances
C Maufroy, H Kimura, K Takase
2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 4201-4206, 2009
92009
Musculoskeletal robots and wearable devices on the basis of cable-driven actuators
M Haegele, C Maufroy, W Kraus, M Siee, J Breuninger
Soft Robotics, 42-53, 2015
32015
Dynamic leg function of the BioBiped humanoid robot
C Maufroy, HM Maus, K Radkhah, D Scholz, O Von Stryk, A Seyfarth
Proc. 5th Intl. Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines (AMAM …, 2011
32011
Switching from hopping to running with HZD controller
MA Sharbafi, MJ Yazdanpanah, MN Ahmadabadi, C Maufroy, A Seyfarth
Dynamic Walking 2012, 2012
22012
A two-dimensional passive dynamic runner with upper body
D Owaki, S Kubo, S Yamaguchi, A Ishiguro, A Tero, HM Maus, C Maufroy, ...
Emerging Trends In Mobile Robotics, 622-630, 2010
22010
Generation and stabilization of quadrupedal dynamic walk using phase modulations based on leg loading information
C Maufroy
22009
Biologically inspired neural controller for quadruped
C Maufroy, H Kimura, K Takase
2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 1212 …, 2007
22007
2A2-E24 Passive Dynamic Running Biped with Upper Body
D OWAKI, S KUBO, S YAMAGUCHI, A TERO, M MAUS, C MAUFROY, ...
The Proceedings of JSME annual Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics …, 2010
2010
Stable Dynamic Walking of a Quadruped Robot “Kotetsu” against Perturbations on Posture and Rhythmic Motion
C Maufroy, H Kimura
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