About me

I am a PhD student at Robotic Manipulation Lab, Osaka University, advised by Prof. Kensuke Harada. Before my PhD studies, I obtained my master’s degree in 2019 from the University of Tokyo and Bachelor’s degree in 2016 from Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

My research interests include:

  1. Task-level planning for mobile manipulators. Specifically, I plan the positions for the mobile manipulator to efficiently and robustly pick-and-transport objects stored in different locations.
  2. Motion planning for nonholonomic mobile manipulators. Both optimization- and sampling-based methods are involved in my research. Recently, I am more interested in optimization-based approaches.