嘉宾简介：Dr. Qiang Li a Principle Investigator at the Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC) in Bielefeld University, with research interests covering multimodality interaction and learning, robotic dexterous manipulation and Collaborated Robots R&D. He is also the President of Association of Chinese Computer Scientists in Germany. From 2019 to 2020, Dr. Li was a Principal Scientific Researcher and Project Leader at RoboticsX Lab. From 2012 to 2018, he was a Senior scientific researcher at Neuroinformatik group, Bielefeld University. From 2009 to 2012, he was a postdoc at CorLab, Bielefeld University. Dr. Li hold a PhD from Shenyang Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (2010). Dr. Li is leading the Association of Chinese Computer Scientists in Germany and developed its whole scientific organization structure and construct the Experts Committees of intelligent robots, big data and AI, Industrial IoT, autonomous driving and Brain Neurorecognition. In 2016, he founded the Sino-Germany Symposium on Intelligent Robots and developed it as a serial robotics conference (2016,2019,2020,2021) for the researchers and engineers in the whole Europe. In 2018, he was awarded “ 10 leading Chinese Talents on Science and Technology in Europe” by Federation of Chinese Professional Associations in Europe.
报告题目：Robotic dexterous manipulation: discussing from sensory-based control perspective
报告摘要：In order to autonomously work in an unstructured environment, robots have to employ their perception capabilities and robust controllers to realize the safe interaction with external environment. In this talk, I will focus on the vision and tactile sensing and integrate them into a general multi-modality closed-loop controller to implement lots of common contact-based learning and manipulation tasks. The whole talk is composed by two sub-topics:
Sub-topic 1: a general tactile servoing controller and its applications.
•exploring unknown objects
•learning robot’s body schema
•learning to use a grasped tactile tool
Sub-topic 2: a general visuo-tactile servoing controller and its applications
•unknown object’s in-hand manipulation
•learning a grasped hinged tool