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International Journals

    1. A. Israr, H. Z. Tan, and C. M. Reed, “Frequency and amplitude discrimination along the kinesthetic-cutaneous continuum in the presence of masking stimuli,” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 120(5), pp. 2789-2800, 2006. PDF


    2. G. R. Pennock and A. Israr, “Kinematic Analysis and Synthesis of an Adjustable Six-Bar Linkage,” Mechanism and Machine Theory, 44(2), pp. 306-323, 2009. PDF


    3. A. Israr, Y. Li, V. Patoglu, and M. K. O’Malley, “Passive and Active Discrimination of Natural Frequency of Virtual Dynamic Systems,” IEEE Transactions on Haptics, 2(1), pp. 40-51, 2009. PDF


    4. A. Israr, P. H. Meckl, C. M. Reed, and H. Z. Tan, “Controller Design and Consonantal Contrast Coding using a Multi-finger Tactual Display,” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125(6), pp. 3925-3935, 2009. PDF
    5. J.C. Huegel, O. Celik, A. Israr, & M.K. O’Malley, “Expertise-Based Performance Measures in a Training Virtual Environment,” Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments, 18(6), pp. 449-467, 2009. PDF

    6. R. Sodhi, I. Poupyrev, M. Glisson, & A. Israr, “AIREAL: Interactive Tactile Experiences in Free Air,” ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) - SIGGRAPH 2013, 32(4) Article No. 134, 2013.

    7. A. Israr, S. Zhao, K. Schwalje, R. Klatzky, & Jill Lehman, Feel Effects: Enriching Storytelling with Haptic Feedback, ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 11(3) Article No. 11, Publication date: August 2014.

    Peer-reviewed Conferences

      1. A. Israr, P.H. Meckl, & H.Z. Tan, "A two DOF controller for a multi-finger tactual display using a loop-shaping technique," in Proc. of the 2004 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Anaheim, CA USA. pp. 1083-1089, November 2004. pdf

      2. A. Israr, H.Z. Tan, & C.M. Reed, "Tactual Frequency and Amplitude Discrimination with Fixed and Roving Background", in Proc. of 14th Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environments and Teleoperator Systems, Alexandria, VA USA. pp 383-385, 25-26 March 2006. pdf

      3. A. Israr, S. Choi, & H.Z. Tan, "Detection Threshold and Mechanical Impedance of the Hand in a Pen-Hold Posture," in Proc. of the 2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), pp. 472-477, October 2006. pdf

      4. A. Israr, S. Choi, & H.Z. Tan, "Mechanical Impedance of the Hand Holding a Spherical Tool at Threshold and Suprathreshold Stimulation Levels", in Proc. of the Second Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment & Teleoperator Systems, 2007 World Haptics Conference (WH2007), Tsukuba, Japan. pp. 56-60, 22-24 March 2007. pdf

      5. G.R. Pennock and A. Israr, "Kinematic Analysis of a Variable-Speed Transmission Mechanism", in Proc. of the ASME 2007 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference (IDETC2007), Las Vegas, NV USA. pp. 379-388, 4-7 September 2007.

      6. A. Israr, J. Mynderse, G.T.-C. Chiu, & H.Z. Tan, "A Psychophysical Model of Motorcycle Handlebar Vibrations ", in Proc. of the Symposium on Advances in Robot Dynamics & Control, 2007 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE2007), Seattle, WA USA. pp. 1233-1239, 11-15 November 2007. pdf

      7. A. Israr, C.M. Reed, & H.Z. Tan, "Discrimination of Vowels with a Multi-finger Tactual Display," in Proc. of the 16th Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environments and Teleoperator Systems, Reno, NV USA. pp. 17-24, March 2008. pdf

      8. Y. Li, A. Israr, V. Patoglu, & M.K. O’Malley, "Passive and Active Kinesthetic Perception Just Noticeable Difference for Natural Frequency of Virtual Dynamic Systems," in Proc. of the 16th Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environments and Teleoperator Systems, Reno, NV USA. pp. 25-31, March 2008. pdf

      9. A. Israr, H. Kapson, V. Patoglu, & M.K. O’Malley, "Effects of Magnitude and Phase Cues on Human Motor Adaptation," in Proc. of the Third Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment & Teleoperator Systems, 2009 World Haptics Conference (WH2009), Salt Lake City, UT USA. pp. 344-349, 22-24 March 2009. pdf

      10. E.Y. Wong, A. Israr, & M.K. O’Malley, "Discrimination of Consonant Articulation Location by Tactile Stimulation of the Forearm," in Proc. of the 17th Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environments and Teleoperator Systems, Waltham, MA USA. pp. 47-54, 2010. pdf

      11. A. Israr & I. Poupyrev, "Exploring Surround Haptics Displays," Work-in-progress in CHI 2010, Atlanta, GA USA. ACM Press, pp. 4171-4176, 2010. pdf

      12. O. Bau, I. Poupyrev, A. Israr, & C. Harrison, "TeslaTouch: Electrovibration for Touch Surfaces," in Proc. of the 23rd Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2010), New York, NY USA. pp.283-292, 2010. pdf

      13. A. Israr & I. Poupyrev, "Tactile Brush: Drawing on Skin with Tactile Grid Display," in Proc. of ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011), Vancouver, Canada. pp. 2019-2028, 2011. pdf 

      14. A. Israr & I. Poupyrev, "Control Space of Apparent Haptic Motion," in Proc. of the IEEE World Haptics Conference 2011, Istanbul, Turkey. pp. 457-462, technical talk. pdf

      15. A. Erdogan, A. Israr, M. K. O'Malley & V. Patoglu, "Rate of Human Motor Adaptation under Varying System Dynamics," in Proc. of the IEEE World Haptics Conference 2011, pp. 167-172, Istanbul, Turkey. technical poster. pdf

      16. A.  Israr, O. Bau, S.C. Kim & I. Poupyrev, "Tactile Feedback on Flat Surfaces for the Visually Impaired," in Proc. of the ACM CHI, Work-­in-progress, Austin, TX USA. pp. 1571-­1576, 2012. pdf

      17. A.  Israr, S.C. Kim, J. Stec & I. Poupyrev, "Surround Haptics: Tactile Feedback for Immersive Gaming Experiences," in Proc. of the ACM CHI, Extended Abstract, Austin, TX USA. pp. 1087‑1090, 2012. pdf
         
      18. S.C. Kim, A. Israr & I. Poupyrev, "Tactile Rendering of 3D Features on Touch Surfaces," in Proc. of the 26th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2013), 2013. pdf

      19. A. Israr, S. Zhao, K. Schwalje, R. Klatzky, & Jill Lehman, "Feel Effects: Enriching Storytelling with Haptic Feedback," presented in ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP 2014), Vancouver, Canada. 2014. (Best Paper Award)

      20. O. Schneider, S. Zhao, & A. Israr, "FeelCraft: User-Crafted Tactile Content," accepted to  present at 1st Asia Haptics 2014, Tsukuba, Japan. Springer Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering.

      21. Y. Ishiguro, A. Israr, A. Rothera, & E. Brockmeyer, "Uminari: Freeform Interactive Loudspeakers," accepted to present at 2014 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surface (ITS 2014), Dresden, Germany, 2014.

       

      Short papers, Abstracts, Studios and Demonstrations
        1. M.K. O’Malley, V. Patoglu, Y. Li, A. Israr, J. Huegel, & O. Celik, “Adaptation of Internal Models and Shared Control for Motor Skill Training,” In Symposium on Recent Advances in Neuro-Robotics: Sensorimotor Control, Freiburg, Germany, 20-22 July, 2008.

        2. J.C. Huegel, A. Israr, & M.K. O’Malley, “Task-independent Performance Measures as a Basis for Virtual Guidance Scheme,” In 2008 Annual Meeting of National Center for Human Performance, Houston, Texas, 7 November, 2008.

        3. D. Eng, A. Israr and M.K. O’Malley., “Design and Implementation of a Tactile Respiratory Management System,” in 26th Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research, Houston, TX, 19-20 March 2009. pdf

        4. A. Israr, D.P. Eng, & M.K. O’Malley, "A Low Cost Vibrotactile Array to Manage Respiratory Motion," demonstrated in the 2009 World Haptics Conference, 22-24 March 2009. [pdf]

        5. A. Israr, H. Kapson, V. Patoglu, & M.K. O’Malley, "Effects of Force and Displacement Cues while Adapting to a Rhythmic Motor Task," abstract presented as a poster in Understanding the Human Hand for Advancing Robotic Manipulation. Full-Day Workshop at 2009 Robotics: Science and Systems Conference, June 28 to July 1, 2009.

        6. C. Xu, A. Israr, O. Bau, C. Harrison, & I. Poupyrev, "Tactile Display for the Blind using TeslaTouch," demonstrated in CHI 2011 Interactivity, Vancouver, Canada. (Juried)

        7. A. Israr, O. Bau, & I. Poupyrev, "Electrovibrations for Hand Held Devices using TeslaTouch," demonstrated at World Haptics Conference 2011, Istanbul Turkey. (Best Demo Award)

        8. A. Israr, I. Poupyrev, C. Ioffreda, J. Cox, N. Gouveia, H. Bowles, A. Brakis, B. Knight, K. Mitchell, & T. Williams, "Surround Haptics: Sending Shivers Down Your Spine," demonstrated at SIGGRAPH 2011 Emerging Technology, Vancouver, Canada.

        9. C. Moussette, S. Kuenen, & Ali Israr, "Designing haptics," workshop at TEI '12: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, Kingston, Canada.

        10. S.C. Kim, A. Israr, & I. Poupyrev, "Authoring High Resolution Haptic Feedback using Touchpads,"demonstrated at 2012 IEEE Haptics Symposium, Vancouver, Canada.

        11. A. Israr, S.C. Kim, J. Stec, & I. Poupyrev,"Surround Haptics: Tactile Feedback for Immersive Gaming Experiences," demonstrated at CHI 2012 Interactivity, Austin, Texas. (Juried)

        12. S. Zhao, Ol. Schneider, R. Klatzky, J. Lehman, & A. Israr, "FeelCraft: Crafting Tactile Experiences for Media using a Feel Effect Library," demonstrated at UIST 2014, Honolulu, Hawaii.

        13. Y. Ishiguro, E. Brockmeyer, A. Rothera, & A. Israr, "Ubisonus: Spatial Freeform Interactive Speakers," demonstrated at UIST 2014, Honolulu, Hawaii.

        Honors

        • Recipient of Magoon Award for Excellence in Teaching, Purdue University 2004-05.
        • Served as a President of Pakistan Student Association, Purdue University 2006-07.
        • Best Demo AwardElectrovibrations for Hand Held Devices using TeslaTouch , World Haptics Conference 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.
        • Disney Inventor Award, 2011, 2011, 2013, 2014.
        • Best Paper Award, Feel Effects: Enriching Storytelling with Haptics Feedback, ACM Symposium on Applied Perception 2014, Vancouver, Canada.
          Technical Services
        • Reviewed manuscripts for:
          • Journals: ASME JDSMC, ASME JCISE, IEEE ToH, IEEE TRo, ACM TAP, PRESENCE, Elsevier IJHCS. 
          • Conferences: ASME IMECE, IDETC, IEEE Haptics Symposium, RO-MAN, ICRA, VR, World Haptics Conference, Eurohaptics, ACM CHI, UIST, MoHCI, Siggraph ASIA.
          • Funding proposals: NIH.
        • Organizational:
          • Session Chair/co-chair: ASME IMECE 2007 - Haptics and Teleoperation; Human-Robot Interaction; Controls.
          • Session Chair/co-chair: ASME IDETC 2007 - Planar Mechanisms: Analysis and Synthesis I.
          • Session Co-­‑Chair: IEEE Haptics Symposium 2012 - Special Session on Haptics/Human-­Computer-Interaction.
          • Studio Co-­Organizer: ACM TEI 2012 - Designing Haptics.
          • Session Chair: ACM TEI 2012 - One Step Beyond.
          • Program Committee Member: 4th International Workshop on Haptics and Audio Interface Design (HAID'09).
          • Student Volunteer Chair: IEEE Haptics Symposium 2012.
          • Program Committee: IEEE Haptics Symposium 2012.
          • Student Volunteer Chair, IEEE Haptics Symposium 2012.
          • Associate Editor: World Haptics Conference 2013.
          • Program Committee: IEEE Haptics Symposium 2014.
        • Talks:
          • Programming Tactile Perception. Invited lecture at Perception course November 15, 2012, Psychology Department, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA.
          • The Next Interfaces - Sensory Gaming Platforms. Invited panel at Neurogaming 2013, May 1-3 2013, San Francisco, USA.
          • Emerging Haptic Technologies. Invited talk at Access-board.gov quarterly meeting, July 9, 2013, Washington D. C., USA.
          • Fabrication Techniques at Disney Research. Invited talk at American Manufacturing Summit Strategies (AMSS) 2013, October 22-24, 2013, Chicago, USA.
          • Haptics in Entertainment: Context without Content. Keynote talk at Advances in Computer Entertainment (ACE) 2013, November 13-15 2013, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. 
        Patents & Products 
        • Several patents filed in January-April 201, October 2012, November 2013, September 2014.
        • Marvel Avenger Vybe Haptic Gaming Pad, release date December 2012.
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