Abdullah Yaşır received his master degree in mechanical engineering from Izmir Institute of Technology, Izmir, Turkey, in 2018.
Since January 2019, he joined Mechatronic System Design (MSD) group in the department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering at Delft University of Technology as a full-time PhD student. He focuses on the design of decoupled compliant parallel mechanism. He is investigating the kinematic methods to obtain fully-decoupled compliant mechanisms to be used as initial designs for topology optimization.
- Type Synthesis of Parallel Mechanisms
- Design of Monolithic compliant mechanisms
- Fully-decoupled Parallel Mechanisms
- Kinematics and Dynamic of Mechanisms and Robotics
Yaşır A, Kiper G, Dede MIC, Van der Wijk V (2019) Static force balancing of a 2R1T parallel manipulator with remote center of motion. In: Uhl T (Ed), Advances in Mechanism and Machine Science: Proceedings of the 15th IFToMM World Congress on Mechanism and Machine Science, Springer, 3219-3226
Yaşır A, Kiper G (2018) Structural synthesis of 2R1T type mechanisms for minimally invasive surgery applications. In: Dede MIC, İtik M, Lovasz EC, Kiper G (Eds), Mechanisms, Transmissions and Applications: Proceedings of the Fourth MeTrApp Conference 2017, Springer, 31-38
Jovichikj R, Yaşır A, Kiper G (2018) Reconfigurable deployable umbrella canopies. In: Herder JL, Van der Wijk V (Eds), 2018 International Conference on Reconfigurable Mechanisms & Robots (ReMaR 2018) Proceedings, IEEE, 1-6
Van der Wijk V, Kiper G, Yaşır A. (2015) Synthesis and experiments of inherently balanced umbrella canopy designs, TrCIFToMM Symposium on Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (TrISToMM), İzmir, June 14-17, 2015, 247-254