Chloe Pogue is a Ph.D. Student in the Mechanical & Industrial Engineering department at the University of Toronto. She is a member of both the Continuum Robotics Laboratory (CRL) and the Microrobotics Laboratory. Her research interests are continuum robots used for non-medical applications, collaborating continuum robots, long continuum robots and continuum robots with magnetic actuation.

Before joining CRL in January 2022, Chloe completed her Master of Applied Science in the Microrobotics Laboratory in the Mechanical & Industrial Engineering department at the University of Toronto. Chloe’s Master’s research focussed on magnetically-actuated continuum robots, a project completed in collaboration with the Continuum Robotics Laboratory. Chloe developed a method of producing two curvatures in a single tendon-driven continuum robot segment using magnetic actuation. This work sparked Chloe’s interest in continuum robots, motivating her to pursue a Ph.D. in the continuum robotics field. Chloe obtained her B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering at McGill University in 2019.

Papers

2023

Modeling and Analysis of Tendon-driven Continuum Robots for Rod-based Locking

Rao, Priyanka; Pogue, Chloe; Peyron, Quentin; Diller, Eric D.; Burgner-Kahrs, Jessica

Modeling and Analysis of Tendon-driven Continuum Robots for Rod-based Locking Journal Article

IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters [in press], 2023

BibTeX, Details | Tags: modeling

2022

Multiple Curvatures in a Tendon-Driven Continuum Robot Using a Novel Magnetic Locking Mechanism.

Pogue, Chloe; Rao, Priyanka; Peyron, Quentin; Kim, Jongwoo; Burgner-Kahrs, Jessica; Diller, Eric D.

Multiple Curvatures in a Tendon-Driven Continuum Robot Using a Novel Magnetic Locking Mechanism. Inproceedings

IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2022

BibTeX, DOI, Details | Tags: magnetic_locking tendon_driven design