Technische Universität München Robotics and Embedded Systems
 

Zhenshan Bing

 

Research Assistant

E-Mail bing@in.tum.de
Room MI 03.07.059
Phone +49.89.289.18128
Fax +49.89.289.18107
Address Institut für Informatik VI
Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching bei München
Germany
Homepage http://www6.in.tum.de/Main/bing
 

Curriculum Vitæ

I received my Bachelor degree in Mechanical Design Manufacturing and Automation from Harbin Institute of Technology, China in 2013, and my M.Eng degree in Mechanical Engineering (State Key Laboratory of Robotics System) at the same university in 2015. Then in October 2015, I joined the Robotics and Embedded System under the supervision of Professor Knoll. My research investigates the snake-like robot which is controlled to achieve autonomous locomotion and self-adaptive behavior by artificial neural networks and its related applications.

If you are self-motivated for a snake-like robot related thesis topic, please write me an email indicating your background and skills.

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Teaching

Publications

[1] Zhenshan Bing, Long Cheng, Kai Huang, Mingchuan Zhou, and Alois Knoll. Smooth gait transition of body shape and locomotion speed based on cpg control for snake-like robot. In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), to appear, June 2017. [ .bib | .pdf ]
[2] Zhenshan Bing, Long Cheng, Guang Chen, Florian Röhrbein, Kai Huang, and Alois Knoll. Towards autonomous locomotion: Cpg-based control of smooth 3d slithering gait transition of a snake-like robot. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 12(3):035001, 2017. [ DOI | .bib ]
[3] Zhenshan Bing, Long Cheng, Anyang Zhong, Feihu Zhang, Kai Huang, and Alois Knoll. Slope angle estimation based on multi-sensor fusion for a snake-like robot. In 2017 20th International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION) (FUSION 2017), Xi'an, P.R. China, to appear, July 2017. [ .bib ]
[4] Zhenshan Bing, Long Cheng, Kai Huang, Mingchuan Zhou, and Alois Knoll. A cpg-based control architecture for 3d locomotion of a snake-like robot. Technical Report TUM-I1638, Technische Universität München, 2016. [ .bib ]