I am an ECE Master student advised by Patricio A. Vela at Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, Georgia Tech. I am a practical roboticist, interested in combining robotics and computer vision together to solve the challenges in the real world. For my Master thesis, I am currently extending my previous object grasping work in two ways. The first is incorporating 6-DoF Object Pose Estimation to propose better grasp candidates. The second is adopting Domain Adaptation method to narrow the gap between the simulation and the reality. [View my CV] (Updated in Jan. 2020).
Before coming to Georgia Tech, I received B.E. in Automation from Southeast University (SEU) in 2018. During that period, I was advised by Wenze Shao and Yangang Wang. I also interned at Applied Nonlinear Control Lab, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, in Fall 2017, working with Alan Lynch. My previous research experiences include (a) Underwater Robot System Design, (b) Motion Image Deblurring, (c) Visual Servoing of Unmanned Vehicle Systems, and (d) Object Grasping via Primitive Shapes.
M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2020(Expected)
Georgia Institute of Technology
B.E. in Automation, 2018