+ Fang Wu
I received my Ph.D degree in Mechanical Engineer from Nanyang Technological Univerisity in Singapore in 2014. Currently, I am a Postdoctoral fellow at the École Polytechnique de Montréal (Montréal, QC, Canada). My research interests include multi-robot navigation, low power solution for proximity sensor and coordination of multiple robots, magnetic-field-based motion sensing, inverse problem in sensing and imaging applications.
+ Current Projects
Currently I am collaborating with a group of researchers and industrial experts to develop an IoT platform for humanitarian aid. My work will focus on multi-robot perception and navigation, also collision avoidance between multiple robots.
+ Select Publications
- F. Wu, A. Vibhute, G.S. Soh, K. Wood, and S.H. Foong, A Compact Magnetic Field-Based Obstacle Detection and Avoidance System for Miniature Spherical Robots - SENSORS, 2017
- F. Wu, J. Jeon, S.K. Moon, H.J. Choi, and H.S. Son, Voice Coil Navigation Sensor for Flexible Silicone Intubation - IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, v.21, 2016
- F. Wu, S.K. Moon, and H.S. Son, Orientation Measurement based on Magnetic Inductance by the Extended Distributed Multi-Pole Model - SENSORS, 2014
- F. Wu, and H.S. Son, Inductance Calculation for Orientation/Position by Extended DMP Model - IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics, 2013
- F. Wu, and H.S. Son, Optimization of Measuring Magnetic Fields for Position and Orientation Tracking - IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, v.16, 2011