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Yeo Song Huat


Yeo Song Huat
Associate Professor
Tel: 6790 4701
Email: MYEOSH@ntu.edu.sg
Office: N3.2-02-18
   
Education
  • PhD University of Birmingham 1987
  • BSc(Hons) University of Birmingham 1983

Biography
Dr. Yeo joined the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) at NTU in 1992 and is currently an Associate Professor. He received both his B.Sc and Ph.D degrees from the University of Birmingham (UK). He has conducted research in mechanics of gripping, mechanism synthesis, kinematics of parallel robots and expert systems. As a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Birmingham, he worked on an industrial project on the design and development of computer-controlled high-speed confectionery packaging systems. His research interests are in cable-driven mechanisms, synthesis of mechanisms, wearable haptic devices, and kinematics of reconfigurable robots. Dr. Yeo has published more than 100 technical articles in refereed international journals and conferences. He was voted by students for MAE Teacher of the Year Award in 1998.

Research
  • Interest:
    Robotics, Cable-driven Mechanisms, Human motion capture, Flexure Mechanisms, Modular robots.
  • Projects:
    Investigation of the bio-mechanics of arm motion for rehabilitation through wearable haptic devices
    [Robotics Research Centre , Robotics & Automation]
    Dexterous Cable - driven Manipulator with variable Stiffness for Industrial Applications
    [Robotics Research Centre , Robotics & Automation]
    Reimagining Show & Tell: Child-manipulated Robotic Puppetry for Child-Centered Participatory Pedagogy in Early Childhood to Primary School education
    [Robotics Research Centre , Robotics & Automation]
    Remote Monitoring of Rehabilitation in Patients Validation Study of Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) as a low-cost substitute for high-fidelity CPR-training manikins
    [Robotics Research Centre , Robotics & Automation]

Research Students under supervision

PhD Students
Name Project
Pham Minh Tuan Design and Analysis of Flexure Mechanisms for Printing
Lum Guo Zhan Mechatronics Approach to the Design and Analysis of Robotic System for Micro/Nano Scale Manipulation
Zhang Zhao Design and Analysis of Cable-driven Snake-like Robot Arm with Flexible Backbone

Selected Publications
  • Guo Zhan Lum, Tat Joo Teo, Guilin Yang, Song Huat Yeo, Metin Sitti, Integrating mechanism synthesis and topological optimization technique for stiffness-oriented design of a three degrees-of-freedom flexure-based parallel mechanism, Precision Engineering, 39, pp 125–133.
  • Shabbir Kurbanhusen Mustafa, Wen Bin Lim, Guilin Yang, Song Huat Yeo, Wei Lin, Sunil Kumar Agrawal, Cable-Driven Robots, In Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, Andrew Y. C. Nee Ed., Springer, 2014, pp 2169-2228.
  • Lim W.B., Yeo S.H., Yang G., Optimization of Tension Distribution for Cable-driven Manipulators Using Tension Level Index, IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Vol. 19, Issue 2, 2013, pp. 676-683.
  • Yeo S.H., Yang G., Lim W.B. Design and Analysis of Cable-driven Manipulators with Variable Stiffness, Mechanism and Machine Theory, Vol 69, 2013, pp. 230-244.
  • Ding ZQ, Luo ZQ, Causo A, Chen IM, Yue KX, Yeo SH, Ling KV, Inertia Sensor-based Guidance System for Upper limb Posture Correction, Medical Engineering and Physics. Vol. 35, No. 2, pp 269-276, 2013.
  • Causo A, Dung TL, Yeo SH, Chen IM, Visual Cue and Vibrotactile in Series Configuration: Multimodal Feedback Design for Arm Posture Correction, J. Medical Imaging and Health Informatics, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp 430-437, 2012.
  • W.B. Lim, G. Yang, S.H. Yeo, and S.K. Mustafa, Modular Cable-driven Robotic Arms for Intrinsically Safe Manipulation, In Service Robots and Robotics: Design and Application, M. Ceccarelli Ed., IGI Global Publishers, 2012.
  • Lim W B, Yang G, Yeo S H, Mustafa S K, A generic force closure analysis algorithm for cable-driven parallel manipulators, Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol. 46, 2011, pp. 1265 - 1275.
  • Lum G. Z., Yeo S. H., Yang G. Teo T. J., and Sitti M, Topological Optimization for Continuum Compliant Mechanisms via Morphological Evolution of Traditional Mechanisms, 4th International Conference on Computational Methods, November 25-28, Gold coast, Australia, 2012.
  • Teo T. J., Lum G. Z., Yeo S. H., Yang G. and Sitti M, Design and Development of X–Y–θ Planar Motion Compliant Parallel Nanopositioner, 13th International Conference of the European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology, May 27 - 31, Berlin, Germany, 2013.

Teaching
  • Control of A Dc Servomotor
  • Theroy of Mechanism
  • Advanced Mechanism Design
  • Physics
  • Kinematics & Dynamics of Machinery