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Matthew DiCicco
Member of Technical Staff
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Biography (more>>)
Matt DiCicco is a member of technical staff at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He received a masters degree from MIT where he studied high power robotic manipulators for the Navy. At JPL he has continued his work on robotic manipulators and is currently working on simulation software and hardware testing for the Mars Science Lab rover mission as a member of the Mobility and Manipulation Group.

Education (more>>)
M.S. in MechE - MIT, 2005
B.S. in MechE - Carnegie Mellon, 2003

Professional Experience (more>>)
JPL - Member of Technical Staff
June 2005 to Present

Research Interests (more>>)
Control system design and analysis
Kinematics and dynamics of mechanisms
Simulation and visualization
Manipulator kinematics and control
Teleoperation and force control
Vision guided manipulation
Concepts development

Selected Publications (more>>)

M. Bajracharya, M. DiCicco, K. Nickels, P. Backes, "End-Effector Position Error Compensation for Planetary Robotics," Journal of Field Robotics, Vol. 24, Issue 5, May, 2007, 299-419.

M. DiCicco, M. Bajracharya, K. Nickels, P. Backes, "The EPEC Algorithm for Vision Guided Manipulation: Analysis and Validation," IEEE Aerospace Conference, March, 2007.

M. Bajracharya, M. DiCicco, P. Backes, "Vision-Based End-Effector Position Error Compensation," IEEE Aerospace Conference, March, 2006.

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