Evan Drumwright, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2007 Computer Science: Doctor of Philosophy University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Robotics Engineering, Computer Science
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Maja Mataric grad student 2007 USC
 (The Task Matrix: A robot-independent framework for programming humanoids.)
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Drumwright E, Shell DA. (2012) Extensive analysis of Linear Complementarity Problem (LCP) solver performance on randomly generated rigid body contact problems Ieee International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems. 5034-5039
Drumwright E, Shell DA. (2011) An evaluation of methods for modeling contact in multibody simulation Proceedings - Ieee International Conference On Robotics and Automation. 1695-1701
Drumwright E, Shell DA. (2010) Modeling contact friction and joint friction in dynamic robotic simulation using the principle of maximum dissipation Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics. 68: 249-266
Shell DA, Drumwright E. (2009) Precise generalized contact point and normal determination for rigid body simulation Proceedings of the Acm Symposium On Applied Computing. 2107-2108
Drumwright E, Shell DA. (2009) A robust and tractable contact model for dynamic robotic simulation Proceedings of the Acm Symposium On Applied Computing. 1176-1180
Drumwright E, Kallmann M, Matarić M. (2004) Towards single-arm reaching for humanoids in dynamic environments 2004 4th Ieee-Ras International Conference On Humanoid Robots. 2: 749-763
Drumwright E, Jenkins OC, Matarić MJ. (2004) Exemplar-based primitives for humanoid movement classification and control Proceedings - Ieee International Conference On Robotics and Automation. 2004: 140-145
Drumwright E, Matarić MJ. (2003) Generating and Recognizing Free-space Movements in Humanoid Robots Ieee International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems. 2: 1672-1678
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