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PhD Proposal: Learning-based Motion Planning for High-DOF Robot Systems
Biao Jia
Zoom: Umd.zoom.us/my/dmanocha
Monday, December 19, 2022, 11:00 am-1:00 pm Calendar
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High-DOF robot systems are increasingly used for different applications. These systems include soft robots with deformable joints, which have a high-dimensional configuration space. Other scenarios correspond to articulated robots interacting with highly deformable objects like cloth or deformable environments like fluids. In this proposal, we focus on designing a general learning-based framework for accurate and flexible High-DOF robot systems.


Examining Committee


Dr. Dinesh Manocha

Department Representative:

Dr. John Aloimonos


Dr. Huaishu Peng


Dr. John Aloimonos


Biao Jia is a PhD student of Computer Science at University of Maryland at College Park and currently working in Gamma Lab under the guidance of Prof. Dinesh Manocha.

He worked in the same lab in University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed his Master's degree there. Before that, he completed his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Technology at Tsinghua University.

This talk is organized by Tom Hurst