Our Soft Robotics paper won the best paper award at the International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and Applications!
Prof. Li Wen's co-authored paper won best conference paper award at IEEE-CYBER 2017!
Prof. Li Wen presented a talk on bio-robotic remora in conference Robotics: Science and System at MIT, USA.
The octopus gripper was demostrated at the Hanover Messe in Germany, link:
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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.