Date and Time:
10:00 -11:00 am, Monday, May 8, 2017
Room 146, Research Building
Robotic Grasping-Related works in Robotics and Automation
Grasp synthesis refers to the problem of finding a grasp configuration that satisfies a set of criteria. Finding suitable grasp configurations is a challenging problem int robotics and automation. In this talk, I will review the work on analytic and data-driven grasp synthesis and the methodologies for sampling and ranking candidate grasps.
I am a Ph.D candidate student of IRC, at Computer Science and Technology School of Shandong University, supervised by Prof. Changhe Tu, and have been collaborating with Prof. Andrei Sharf, Prof. Kai xu and Prof. Baoquan Chen from 2016.
My research interests are Computer Graphics and Robot. My email is jianliu2006 at gmail dot com, welcome to contact me at anytime!