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Biography

Dr S. Parasuraman's research interests lie in Robotics, Kinematics, Engineering in Medicine and health science, Spine, Human Motion and Gait analysis. He has 217 publications including 46 journals. The amount of project funding he holds are: RM 500.000 (External), RM 450,000 (Internal) and RM 596,608 RAM Research Strength funding. He has the following research and education recognition:

Elected as Vice Chairman, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Malaysia Chapter (2013).
Research Excellence in Robotics in the year 2012, round 1, by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2012).
Research Excellence in Robotics in the year 2011, round 2, by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2011).
Elected as Chairman, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Malaysia Chapter (2012).
Research Excellence in Robotics in the year 2011, round 1 by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2011).
Research Cluster Leader, Robotics, Automation and Manufacturing at Monash University Sunway Campus (2010).
Excellence in Research Award for the year 2010, round 2 by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2010).
Excellence in Research Award for the year 2010, round 1 by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2010).
Excellence in Research Award for the year 2010, round 2 by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2009)
Excellence in Research Award for the year 2009, round 1 by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2009).
Excellence in Research Award for the year 2009, round 2 by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2008).
Excellence in Research Award for the year 2008, round 1 by Pro Vice Chancellor and President, Monash University (2008).
Best Invited Paper Award for the paper titled ‘Multiple sensors data Integration using MFAM for Mobile Robot Navigation’ in the International Conference on Control, Instrumentation and Mechatronics Engineering (CIM’ 2007) on 29th of May 2007, Malaysia (2007).

Research interests

  • Deformities and spine research
  • Human motion and gait analysis

Monash teaching commitment

  • TRC4800 - Robotics
  • TRC4901 - Computation Intelligence and AI

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

Research area keywords

  • Deformities and spine research
  • Human motion and gait analysis

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