Maki K. Habib

American University in Cairo

Maki K. Habib – Doctor of Engineering Science in Intelligent and Autonomous Robots, University of Tsukuba, Japan. He is a Full Professor of Robotics and Mechatronics at the Mechanical Engineering Department, School of Sciences and Engineering, The American University in Cairo, Egypt. His main areas of research interest are focused on: Autonomous Vehicles: Control and Navigation, Human adaptive and friendly Mechatronics, Service robots and Humanitarian demining, Autonomous Arial Vehicles and Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, Telecooperation, Distributed teleoperation, and Collaborative control, Flexible automation, Wireless sensor networks and Ambient intelligence, Biomimetic and biomedical robots, industry 4.0: IoTs, CPSs, and WSNs, Intelligent control.

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Bioinspired systems, technologies and techniques known as “biomimetics” or the “mimicry of nature,” represent a ground-breaking method of scientific research based on innovation and a creative design approach of the ‘nature’ laboratory to be applied to any scientific discipline. This approach and the associated way of thinking facilitates the cross-fertilization of scientific fields, integrating biology and the interdisciplinary knowledge featuring the evolution of models that have refined in nature within any scientific discipline.

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