Southeast University, China
BIO: Dr. Bingjue Li received her B.S. degree from University of Science and Technology of China in 2011, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degree from University of Dayton in 2013 and 2017, respectively. She joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Southeast University as a lecturer in 2017. Her research interests include methodology of synthesizing shape-changing chains for applications including machine design and morphometric analysis, accurate estimation of the center of mass of branched systems, as well as developing other Fourier-based morphometric methods. Her work has been published in Scientific Reports, Journal of Mechanical Design, Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, Evolutionary Biology, etc.
个人简介: 本科毕业于中国科学技术大学，硕士、博士毕业于美国代顿大学。2017年入职东南大学机械工程学院，担任讲师。目前主要从事可变形机构设计方法与理论及基于轮廓的形态测定学方法等研究，包括可变形平面刚性机构设计，基于可变形链的三维开放/闭合轮廓形态测定方法，基于离散余弦变换的三维开放/闭合轮廓形态测定方法，基于静态等效串行链的质心位置预测方法等。主持国家自然科学基金青年项目1项。在Scientific Reports，ASME Journal of Mechanical Design，Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics等国际期刊上发表一作/通讯SCI论文5篇。获授权国家发明专利1项。与美国University of Dayton的Andrew Murray教授（ASME Fellow）、David Myszka教授，法国 University of Montpellier的Gérard Subsol高级研究员等知名学者有密切的学术合作关系。
Monash University, Australia
BIO: Elahe Abdi is a Lecturer at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University, Australia. She is the Director of Robotics in Medicine and Interaction Laboratory (RoMI Lab) and the Robotics Education Liaison Representative at the Australian Robotics and Automation Association.
Dr Abdi received the PhD degree in Robotics in 2017, from EPFL, Switzerland. She then moved to Australia to establish her research team active in human-robot interaction with application in medicine, construction and service robotics. Elahe has received numerous recognitions including Finalist for the Women’s Agenda Award “Emerging Leader in STEM” in 2021. Her research interests include human-robot interaction, shared autonomy, and haptics.