Prof. Lei Cui from Curtin University


Topic: Robotic Rehabilitation and Biomimicry Design for River Monitoring
Time: 10:00AM 22th December 2015
Location: A424

The introduction of Prof. Lei Cui

Lei Cui is a roboticist who designs and develops novel robots for various applications. His research has been motivated by the belief that rigorous mathematical results will enable engineering advancements while the practical aspects of implementation would drive theoretical progress. The goal of his work is to create sophisticated robotic systems by understanding the key issues such as robot kinematics and dynamics, path planning and gait generation. He received his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering in July 2010 from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, King’s College London (UK). He continued his employment as Postdoctoral Research Associate after graduation. In February 2011 he moved to the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University (US) and worked as Postdoctoral Fellow until July 2012. He then joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University (AU) and was appointed Lecturer in Mechatronics, which he currently holds.