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航天学院邀请丹麦Poramate Manoonpong教授来校讲学
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4月27日,航天学院在明故宫校区3号楼318会议室举办了机器人专题名家讲坛。本次活动邀请到了丹麦知名教授Poramate Manoonpong进行分享,主题为“Embodied neural mechanisms for adaptive, versatile, autonomous behaviors of bio-inspired walking robots”。航天学院仿生所教师以及学院研一、研二的硕士生参与交流。

活动开始,Manoonpong教授通过几个生动活泼的例子,带我们了解了当今智能机器人的发展现状,让我们体会到了智能机器人的强大,同时也激发了我们研究和开发先进机器人的热情。此外,Manoonpong教授还详细介绍了他正在研究和开发的先进机器人,以及他设计这一机器人的灵感来源和设计思路。

由于讲座采用全英文进行,因而台下的大部分同学听的格外的认真,每个人都被Manoonpong教授风趣幽默的谈吐和渊博的知识所吸引。当Manoonpong教授解说完毕,进入互动环节时,同学们争相提问,就智能机器人研究关键技术等话题进行请教,而Manoonpong教授的解答也让大家茅塞顿开、受益匪浅。

在讲座的尾声,Manoonpong教授提出了对当代研究生尤其是热爱机器人研究的未来专家,未来智能机器人的发展还有很多的路要走,也有很多的挑战需要我们去面对,只有我们勤于思考、勇于创新,才能不断推动智能机器人的发展和社会的进步。


专家简介:

Poramate Manoonpong was born in Nan, Thailand, in 1978. Currently he is an Associate Professor of embodied AI & robotics and a co-founder of Embodied AI & Neurorobotics Lab, part of Center for BioRobotics (CBR), at the University of Southern Denmark.

He received his B.Eng. degree in mechanical engineering from the King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand, in 2000, M.Sc. degree in mechatronics from Fachhochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany, in 2002, and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Siegen, Germany, in 2006. As a Ph.D. student, he worked in the areas of robotics, mechatronic systems, biologically inspired walking machines, evolutionary robotics and artificial neural networks at Fraunhofer institute for Autonomous Intelligent Systems (AIS), Sankt Augustin, Germany.

He was the PI of the Emmy Noether research project for "Neural Control, Memory, and Learning for Complex Behaviors in Multi Sensori-Motor Robotic Systems" at Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN), Department for Computational Neuroscience, Third Institute of Physics-Biophysics, the University of Goettingen, Germany. He was a JSPS Postdoctoral fellow at Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Computational Neuroscience Laboratories, Department of Brain Robot Interface, Kyoto, Japan.

Currently he serves on an Associate Editor of Frontiers in Neuroscience (Neurorobotics), the editorial board of International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems (ARS), (Topic: Bioinspired Robotics) and Advances in Robotics Research, Techno press, and as a program committee member for international conferences and workshops. He has published over 60 publications in major robotics journals and conferences.

Research interests: neural locomotion control of walking machines, biomechanics, dynamics of recurrent neural networks, learning/plasticity, embodied cognitive systems, prosthetic and orthopaedic devices.