Mohammad is a Ph.D. candidate in the VR & AR Group at the Institute of Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology, TU Wien. Since October 2022, he’s been part of the “SFB Advanced Computational Design” project, a collaborative project involving prominent research groups in Austria. His current research within this project centers on enabling large-scale haptic interaction in virtual reality using collaborative robots.

With an academic background in Robotics and Reinforcement Learning, Mohammad is currently focused on the innovative fusion of Robotics and RL with VR/AR technologies, particularly in designing robotic platforms to deliver large-scale haptic feedback to VR users.

Beyond academia, Mohammad brings over five years of entrepreneurial experience to the table. He co-founded a startup in the IoT field, steering it from its early stages to becoming a major player in the industry.


Research Interests:

  • Robotics
  • Large-scale Haptics in VR
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Multi-user Haptics


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