演讲人：Prof. Ben M. Chen
题 目： Development of Fully Autonomous Unmanned Systems
时 间： 2018 年 12 月 11日(周二)16:00-17:00
地 点：哈工大(深圳) T5205
In this talk, we aim to report some recent advancements in unmanned systems research, which are developed by Unmanned Systems Research Groups at National University of Singapore and Chinese University of Singapore. Emphases are placed on mission management, motion planning and perception technologies that are capable of autonomously guiding, navigating and controlling unmanned systems in cluttered and GPS-denied environments, such as hostile buildings, sewer tunnels, radiation contaminated areas and inside forests, to intelligently provide solutions to real life problems. Topics under studied include multi-sensor data fusion, real-time simultaneous localization and mapping, dynamic path planning in unknown environments, and intelligent mission planning and management.
Ben M. Chen is currently a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was a Provost's Chair Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the National University of Singapore (NUS), where he was also serving as the Director of Control, Intelligent Systems and Robotics Area, and Head of Control Science Group, NUS Temasek Laboratories. His current research interests are in unmanned systems, robust control, control applications, and financial market modeling.
Dr. Chen has published more than 400 journal and conference articles, and a dozen research monographs in control theory and applications, unmanned systems as well as financial market modeling. He had served on the editorial boards of several international journals including IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control and Automatica. He currently serves as an Editor-in-Chief of Unmanned Systems. Dr. Chen has received a number of research awards nationally and internationally. His research team has actively participated in international UAV competitions, and won many championships in the contests. He is an IEEE Fellow.