Yuan Gao received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from China Jiliang University in 2014, and M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Arizona State University in 2016. He also worked as a robotic engineer for one and half years at Diverse Automation located in South Carolina. Yuan developed a keen interest in robotics at a very young age. He decided to pursue a Ph.D. degree in robotics at UMASS Lowell after getting exposed to the fascinating research field of robotics during his M.S. study and career. Yuan likes math and programming. He also enjoys skateboarding and playing electric guitar in his free time.
- I'm currently work on multi-domain walking and motion planing for legged robot.
I work at Robotic and Locomotion Lab. My Ph.D. research focuses on the dynamics and control of leg locomotion. I apply nonlinear control strategy to synthesis stable, energy-efficient, agile motion for legged robot.
My goal is to develop the legged robotic system to freely navigate through the dangerous, complicated environment to help people.
My expertise includes:
Time-Dependent Global-Position Tracking Control
Matlab Simulation Darwin Lowerbody
Non-gait Strategy to Deal with the Obstacles
Overview of 5G robotic chanllenge