Contact: haiminhu (at) seas.upenn.edu
I am a first-year master student in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, currently working in the GRASP Lab with Prof. George Pappas. I received my bachelor degree in Electronic and Information Engineering from ShanghaiTech University, among the first cohort of bachelor students ever graduated since the university was founded in 2013. I spent my senior year as a visiting student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley.
My research is mainly focused on model predictive control (MPC), with application to robotic and cyber-physical systems.
I’m looking for PhD positions starting Spring or Fall 2020. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in hiring me. Many thanks!
I have been an undergraduate researcher at Chinese Academy of Sciences (Shanghai) from 2015 to 2017, working on robot mapping. I joined the group of Prof. Boris Houska at ShanghaiTech University in 2017, and started to explore the area of tube-based robust model predictive control. In Summer 2017, I did my research internship at the University of Padova and the National Institute for Nuclear Physics, Italy, where I contributed to the Fermi-LAT project under the supervision of Prof. Denis Bastieri. From 2017 to 2018 I was a research assistant in the Hybrid Systems Lab at UC Berkeley, advised by Prof. Claire Tomlin.
Outside of research, I like to play video games, watch movies and travel around the world. Photography has been my hobby for years.