专业： Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
研究领域：control and estimation for multi-robotic systems, swarms, autonomous cars, robotic vision and control, Detect and Avoid and GPS-denied navigation for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and human and robot interaction
详细内容网站：http://www.mae.okstate.edu/bai-he and https://sites.google.com/view/osu-coral.
要求：有相关的控制机器人相关背景，掌编程语言，最好有ros x-plane 的经历或者曾从事机器视觉的经验。
One graduate research assistantshipposition (full tuition waiver and monthly stipends) is available in theControl, Robotics and Automation Lab (CoRAL) in Mechanical and AerospaceEngineering at Oklahoma State University (www.okstate.edu). Successful candidatesare expected to conduct state-of-the-art research in control and estimation formulti-robotic systems, swarms, autonomous cars, robotic vision and control, Detectand Avoid and GPS-denied navigation for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), andhuman and robot interaction. For more information on the research, please visithttp://www.mae.okstate.edu/bai-he and https://sites.google.com/view/osu-coral.
- Bacheloror master degree in Mechanical/Electrical/Aerospace engineering or Automation.
- Strongbackground in control, estimation, robotics or signal processing.
- Proficiencyin one of the programming languages: (Matlab/C/C++/Python/Java).
- Goodwriting and communication skills.
- Experiencewith ROS, X-Plane, or computer vision is a plus.
- Graduatestudents are encouraged to apply.
- Fall2019 admission is expected.
Students interested inthis position please feel free to send an email to Dr. He Bai ([email protected])with a detailed CV/resume and a research statement. Any questions are alsowelcome.
Dr. He Bai’s researchinterests include nonlinear control and estimation, multi-agent systems, sensorfusion, vision-based control and navigation, and robotics. He joined OklahomaState University in 2015. He has published a research monograph “Cooperativecontrol design: a systematic passivity-based approach” in Springer in 2011 andnumerous peer-reviewed conference and journal papers. His research has beensupported by the Air Force, Navy, NASA, DAPRA and industry partners. Beforejoining Oklahoma State University, he was a Senior Research and DevelopmentScientist in private industry, where he was the principal investigator for anumber of research projects on UAS related research and technologies. From 2009to 2010, he was a post-doc at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. Hereceived the B. Eng degree in the department of Automation from University ofScience and Technology of China, Hefei, China, in 2005, and the M. S. and Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in2007 and 2009, respectively.