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Special Session: Humanoid Robots


The Special Session on Humanoid Robots is driven by the quest to develop robots that closely resemble and interact with humans, presenting a myriad of opportunities and challenges. Motivated by the vision of humanoid robots assisting humans in tasks ranging from household chores to complex surgeries, this session aims to delve into the intricacies of humanoid robot design, control, and interaction.

The background of this session is rooted in the longstanding fascination with creating machines that mimic human capabilities. From science fiction to real-world robotics research, the concept of humanoid robots has captivated imaginations and inspired technological advancements. Building upon decades of research in robotics, artificial intelligence, and biomechanics, recent years have seen remarkable progress in the development of humanoid robots capable of walking, grasping objects, and even expressing emotions.



Biao Hu, China Agricultural University

Bio: Hu Biao has been engaged in research on real-time system scheduling algorithm analysis and design, optimization of Internet of Things system performance, scheduling of warehouse logistics robots, multi-machine collaborative path planning, and intelligent control of industrial robots for many years, and has achieved numerous important innovative results. In recent years, he has presided over one National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) youth project, one NSFC major research program incubation project, one project under the "Technology Innovation 2030" Brain Project of the Ministry of Science and Technology, one sub-project under the Key Research and Development Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and one talent initiation project at Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He has participated in several projects under the National Defense Basic Research Program and the Open Fund of Key Laboratories