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Dr Zhibin Li

Lecturer in Robotics and Control

Research Interests

Control of dynamic behaviours of humanoids, balancing and dynamic walking control of legged robots with particular focus on the humanoids

Qualifications

2012, PhD, Italian Institute of Technology and University of Genova.

2007, BEng (Hons), Harbin Institute of Technology.

Biography

Dr Zhibin Li is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh. Before joining the Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour (IPAB), he had been with the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) since 2009, where he obtained the joint PhD degree from IIT and University of Genova, worked as a post-doctoral researcher, and led the locomotion group inside the Humanoid and Human Centred Mechatronics Lab at the Department of Advanced Robotics, IIT. His past work focused on the development of a variety of balancing and dynamic walking control of humanoid robots. His current research in the ECR involves the control of dynamic behaviours of Valkyrie humanoid as well as other dynamical systems.

Research outputs

  1. iDRM: Humanoid motion planning with realtime end-pose selection in complex environments

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  2. Overview of Gait Synthesis for the Humanoid COMAN

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  3. Humanoid Balancing Behavior Featured by Underactuated Foot Motion

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Research activities & awards

  1. Award for Best Paper Finalist

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  2. Award for Best Paper Finalist

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  3. Award for Best Paper Finalist

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