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Submission Deadline:June 28, 2019

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Registration Deadline:July 15, 2019

Conference Date:August 9-11, 2019

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Keynote Speakers:


Prof. Seth Hutchinson

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Keynote Lecture: Design, Modeling and Control of a Biologically-Inspired Bat Robot 

Abstract: In this talk, I will describe our recent progress building a biologically-inspired bat robot. Bats have a complex skeletal morphology, with both ball-and-socket and revolute joints that interconnect the bones and muscles to create a musculoskeletal system with over 40 degrees of freedom, some of which are passive. Replicating this biological system in a small, lightweight, low-power air vehicle is not only infeasible, but also undesirable; trajectory planning and control for such a system would be intractable, precluding any possibility for synthesizing complex agile maneuvers, or for real-time control. Thus, our goal is to design a robot whose kinematic structure is topologically much simpler than a bat's, while still providing the ability to mimic the bat-wing morphology during flapping flight, and to find optimal trajectories that exploit the natural system dynamics, enabling effective controller design. 

The kinematic design of our robot is driven by motion capture experiments using live bats. In particular, we use principal component analysis to capture the essential bat-wing shape information, and solve a nonlinear optimization problem to determine the optimal kinematic parameters for a simplified parallel kinematic wing structure. We then derive the Lagrangian dynamic equations for this system, along with a model for the aerodynamic forces. We use a shooting-based optimizer to locate physically feasible, periodic solutions to this system, and an event-based control scheme is then derived in order to track the desired trajectory. We demonstrate our results with flight experiments on our robotic bat.

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Prof. Peter Corke


Keynote Lecture: Creating robots that see

Absract: This talk will define and motivate the problem of robotic vision, the challenges as well as recent progress at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision. This includes component technologies such as novel cameras, deep learning for computer vision, transfer learning for manipulation, evaluation methodologies, and also end-to-end systems for applications such as logistics, agriculture, environmental remediation and asset inspection.

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Prof. Feng Gao

Shanghai Jiaotong University, China


Keynote Lecture: Design and Control of 6-Legged Parallel-Parallel Robots for Applications

Abstract: Research on the walking robots has been one of key topics in robotics for a long time. In recent years, many legged robots were developed in the world, which of them achieved great progress and received much attention from the robotic field. The most important challenging issues are the design and human robot Interaction control of the legged robots. This speech will introduce our research on both mechanism design and real time control of the 6-legged parallel-parallel robots for applications, which include the following issues: design process of type synthesis for legged robotic mechanisms;design of the unit composed of motor, reducer, encoder and torque sensor for legged robots; real-time operating system for legged robots, walking based on force sensing, obstacle avoidance with both vision and F/T sensor, walking upstairs by vision, human-robot interactive assembly based on F/T sensor, manufacturing based on F/T sensor, locked door opening based on F/T sensor for legged robots, fire-fighting and so on.

Invited Speakers:

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Pro.M.Shahidul Islam

Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia 

报告题目/Title:Engineering Role in Developing Technologies for Carbon Capturing from Industries and Using to Mitigating Global Climate Change Effect



Pro.Badrul Hisham bin Ahmad

Faculty of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia 

报告题目/Title:Design and Development of High Performance RF Frontend Interfero Meter System


A.Pro.Huang Chao-Hsi

Department of Computer Science & Information Engineering,National Ilan University. Taiwan

报告题目/Title:Beyond the MOOC - Exploring Computer Technology applied to Online Courses



Dr.Jiang Zhu

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

报告题目/Title:Advanced researches on digital manufacturing and intelligent manufacturing


Senior Engineer Pengfei Hu-胡鹏飞高级工程师

Guizhou University, China-贵州大学

报告题目/Title:The Application of orthogonality cross correlation algorithm in weak signal detection

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