Prof. Li Wen served as associate editor of IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters from 2018.
Our soft robotic manipulator grasp soft and delicate objects (sea urchin, sea cucumber) underwater. Our team won 2nd and 3rd prize in the 2nd underwater target recognition and underwater robotic grasping competition! Congratulations for Chen Bohan, Liu Jiaqi, Fang Xi, and Gong Zheyuan!
Gong, Jiahui and Kainan's paper was selected as Best papers from IEEE Robosoft, 2018 by Frontiers in Robotics and AI!
Prof. Li Wen received the National Science Fund for Excellent Young Scholars (自然科学优秀青年基金)!
Li Wen PhD
School of Mechanical Engineering and Automation
37, Xueyuan Street, Haidian Dist.
Beijing, China. 100191
By working closely with biologists, material scientists and mechanists, we are particularly interested in building robotics prototypes by using multiple soft materials, therefore to explore scientific questions in biomechanics including swimming, adhesion and grasping. Based on the understanding of biomechanics, we synthesize bio-inspired soft robotics which do work that traditional rigid robots *cannot* handle, for example, that can safely and effectively interact with human, live organisms and complex surrounding environments. We are also interested in collaborating with industrial people to bring our technologies into devices and products that meet the real-world applications.