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 karimi Amirhossein Karimi received the BSc in Mechanical engineering from Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Isfahan, Iran, in 2011. He is currently pursuing the MSc in Mechatronic Engineering from University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran. His BSc thesis concentrated on dynamic analysis, stability, and optimal path planning of biped robots.  In this regard, he developed a teen-size humanoid robot together with the robotic research core at department of mechanical engineering of IUT. His current research interests include convex optimization with applications to parallel robots and model predictive control (MPC), in order to find systematic and propitious approaches in the singularity-free workspace and dimensional synthesis of planar and spatial parallel mechanisms. Additionally, the obstacle-avoidance and on-line trajectory planning of redundant serial manipulators via MPC is of his fields of interest. He is a member of Human and Robot Interaction Laboratory at faculty of new sciences and technologies. He has received the outstanding student award as ranked the 1st place among the Mechatronic Engineering  students throughout MSc at university of Tehran. His major hobbies and interests consist in the theory of classical music and playing violin. 
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