Ongoing Projects (项目)

On-going Projects 在研项目:

201401-201612  深圳市基础研究计划,基于协同感知的灾难现场多无人机协作搬运研究,项目负责人,结题
2015-2017  Networked Robotics
2015-2017  广东省科技计划项目,智能机器人与网络控制云平台研究,项目负责人,结题
201101-201312  国家自然科学青年基金项目,基于机器人网络的多机器人同步定位与制图研究,项目负责人,结题

201607-201907  深圳市基础研究计划基础布局项目,带机械臂的操作型无人机轨迹规划与控制研究,项目负责人

201701-202012  国家自然科学基金面上项目,多约束耦合的快速搬运型无人机运动规划与飞行控制研究,项目负责人

201801-202112  国家自然科学基金深圳联合重点项目,仿生两栖作业机器人关键技术,项目负责人

201801-202012  深圳市经信委创新链产业链融合专项,3D 视觉SLAM 与导航关键技术研究,项目负责人

2017-2020
UAV manipulation and transportation
Project Description: Supported by Natural Science Foundation of China. PI
2016-2019
UAV manipulation
Project Description: Supported by Natural Science Foundation of Shenzhen. PI
2015-2017
Networked Robotics
Project Description: Supported by Natural Science Foundation of Guangdong. PI
2014-2016
Multi-UAV Transportation and manipulation
Project Description: Supported by Natural Science Foundation of Shenzhen. PI
2015-2017
Industrial Robotics
Project Description: Supported by Natural Science Foundation of Shenzhen.

Finished Projects 结题项目:

2011-2013
Multi-robot simultaneous localization and mapping based on Robot Network,
Project Description: Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China. PI
2011-2013
Multi-sensor based simultaneous localization and mapping of service robots.
Project Description: Supported by Natural Science Foundation of Shenzhen. PI
2011-2012
Monocular SLAM for home service robots.
Project Description: Supported by Harbin Institute of Technology. PI
2011-2013
Sensitivity-based optimization of semi-Markov decision processes and its applications.
Project Description: Supported by Harbin Institute of Technology. Participate
2005/08-Present
Multi-robot formation system:
Project Description: Supported by Research Grants Council of HongKong. As a team main researcher, I concentrate on the topic that how to localize a team of robots in an unknown environment and simultaneously build a map. Several papers have been published in IEEE conference and SCI international journals.
Technical Description: Based on the platform of our Climbing Robot and Pioneer III, program using C++ under linux OS, to realize Simultaneous Localization and Mapping in an unknown environment. The robots can communicate with each other and exchange their information from vision and sonar sensors. The C++ programming involves QT/GTK GUI, Socket, Multi-Thread, Multi-Process, etc.
2004/06-2006/05
Six-wheel Terrain Climbing Robot Project Description: Supported by National 863 Funds. As a team core member, I design the control system, and study the binocular vision algorithm. This project has already passed the verification of the 863 Expert Jury.
Technical Description: We utilize DSP Ti2407 and CPLD (Altera MAXII) to control 8 brushless motors and drive the robot to climb small obstacles and avoid large obstacles based on the information from sensors.
2004/06-2004/10
Multi-output Pulse Generator of Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics
Project Description: Supported by Research Grants Funding of Chinese Academy of Sciences. As a team core member, I design the whole system of the pulse generator, including the software and hardware. The generator has already applied in many optical devices of Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics.
Technical Description: We utilize MCU 89C52 to read the input, and generate four independent pulse streams by using CPLD. The man-machine interaction consists of a keyboard and LCD displayer.
2003/12-2005/01
Four-joint Robot-fish
Project Description: Supported by 985 Funding of USTC. As a team core member, I design the control system. The robot has attended the fair of Achievements of Suzhou industry park several times.
Technical Description: We utilize DSP Ti2407 to control four servos and drive the robot to swim in the water like a fish. The robot-fish can avoid obstacles by using the information from infrared sensors.
2002/10-2003/12
Small-size Robot Soccer Team of USTC
Project Description: Supported by 985 Funding of USTC. As a team main member, I design a high-current drive circuit of robot motor and a smart charge device for the robots.
Technical Description: Design an H bridge motor driven circuit; design an auto-charger for robots using MAX713.
2002/06-2002/10
Robot Competition in USTC
Project Description: Supported by Research Grants Funding of USTC. As a leader, I allocate the task and design the circuit system of the robot. Finally, with the team cooperation, we won the top prize.
Technical Description: We utilize MCU 89C51 to receive the information from infrared sensors and control the robots to pick up balls and then put them into an appointed box.
 Awards
2008 Peter Ho Conference Scholarship
2006 Golden prize in Suzhou Technology Festival
2004 Good Graduate and Good Bachelor Thesis of USTC
2001-2004 Good Student Award by USTC
2002 Top prize in the Robot Competition of USTC