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Matthew Pan

  • Graduate Researcher
  • The Collaborative Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Systems Laboratory
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Research interests

MechatronicsBiomechanicsHuman Robot Interaction

About

I am currently a PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at The University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I received my B.A.Sc. from The University of Waterloo in Mechatronics Engineering with Biomechanics Option, and M.A.Sc. from UBC in Mechanical Engineering. Since September 2009, I have been engaged as research assistant at the Collaborative Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CARIS) Laboratory under the direction of Elizabeth Croft. My research interests generally fall within the categories human-machine interaction and biomedical engineering. My prior work has involved haptic displays, affective computing and human-computer interaction (HCI). I am currently engaged in research investigating novel methods of performing human-robot co-operative manipulation of objects.

Co-authors (15)

Publications (5)

  • Characterization of handover orientations used by humans for efficient robot to human handovers

    • Chan W
    • Pan M
    • Croft E
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  • Exploring the role of haptic feedback in enabling implicit HCI-Based bookmarking

    • Pan M
    • McGrenere J
    • Croft E
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    1Citations
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  • Human behavioural responses to robot head gaze during robot-to-human handovers

    • Zheng M
    • Moon A
    • Gleeson B
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  • Meet me where i'm gazing: How shared attention gaze affects human-robot handover timing

    • Moon A
    • Zheng M
    • Troniak D
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  • Now where was I? Physiologically-triggered bookmarking

    • Pan M
    • Chang J
    • Himmetoglu G
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Professional experience

Graduate Researcher

The Collaborative Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Systems Laboratory

September 2009 - Present

Education history

PhD

The University of British Columbia

September 2012 - July 2013(10 months)

Masters of Applied Science

Thu University of British Columbia

September 2009 - October 2012(3 years)

Bachelor of Applied Science

The University of Waterloo

September 2004 - April 2009(5 years)