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Research interests

My research interest lies at the intersection of machine learning, robotics, and machine vision, particularly, at the area of open-ended learning, 3D object perception, grasp affordance detection, and object manipulation. I am interested in developing algorithms for an adaptive perception system based on interactive environment exploration and open-ended learning, which enables robots to learn from past experiences and interact with human users. I have been investigating on active perception, where robots use their mobility and manipulation capabilities not only to gain perceptual information to model the world but also to predict the next-best-view for improving object detection and manipulation performances. I have evaluated my works on different robotic platforms, including PR2, robotic arms (UR5e, Kinova, Franka), and humanoid robots. For more details, please check my webpage


Explain What You See: Open-Ended Segmentation and Recognition of Occluded 3D Objects

MVGrasp: Real-time multi-view 3D object grasping in highly cluttered environments

A Hybrid Compositional Reasoning Approach for Interactive Robot Manipulation

A Strong Transfer Baseline for RGB-D Fusion in Vision Transformers

Lifelong 3D object recognition and grasp synthesis using dual memory recurrent self-organization networks

Lifelong Ensemble Learning based on Multiple Representations for Few-Shot Object Recognition

Local-HDP: Interactive open-ended 3D object category recognition in real-time robotic scenarios

Obstacle Avoidance for Robotic Manipulator in Joint Space via Improved Proximal Policy Optimization

Throwing Objects into A Moving Basket While Avoiding Obstacles

3D_DEN: Open-ended 3D Object Recognition using Dynamically Expandable Networks

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