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Q. J. Lindsey, N. A. Tenenholtz, D. I. Lee, and K. J. Kuchenbecker. Image-Enabled Force Feedback for Robotic Teleoperation of a Flexible Surgical Tool. Submitted to IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems, 2009.

W. McMahan and K. J. Kuchenbecker. Haptic Display of Realistic Tool Contact Via Dynamically Compensated Control of a Dedicated Actuator. Submitted to IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems, 2009.

N. Gurari, K. J. Kuchenbecker, and A. M. Okamura. Stiffness Discrimination with Visual and Proprioceptive Cues. Accepted to IEEE World Haptics Conference, 2009.

J. M. Romano, S. R. Gray, N. T. Jacobs, and K. J. Kuchenbecker. Toward Tactilely Transparent Gloves: Collocated Slip Sensing and Vibrotactile Actuation. Accepted to IEEE World Haptics Conference, 2009.

K. N. Winfree, J. Gewirtz, T. Mather, J. Fiene, and K. J. Kuchenbecker. A High Fidelity Ungrounded Torque Feedback Device: The iTorqU 2.0. Accepted to IEEE World Haptics Conference, 2009.

J. M. Romano and K. J. Kuchenbecker. The AirWand: Design and Characterization of a Large-Workspace Haptic Device. Accepted to IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2009.

K. J. Kuchenbecker, D. Ferguson, M. Kutzer, M. Moses, and A. M. Okamura. The Touch Thimble: Providing Fingertip Contact Feedback During Point-Force Haptic Interaction. In Proceedings, IEEE Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, pages 239-246, March 2008.

K. J. Kuchenbecker, N. Gurari, and A. M. Okamura. Effects of Visual and Haptic Position Feedback on Human Control of Targeted Movement. In Proceedings, IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, pages 513-524, June 2007.

J. Fiene and K. J. Kuchenbecker. Shaping Event-Based Haptic Transients Via an Improved Understanding of Real Contact Dynamics. In Proceedings, IEEE World Haptics Conference, pages 170-175, March 2007. Best Haptic Technology Paper Award