Dr. Xiaoxiao Cheng
Imperial College London
White City Campus
W12 0BZ London, UK
Office: 419/05 UREN - Sir Michael Uren Building
PhD in Robotics, Automation and Control, The University of Melbourne, Australia
MPhil in Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, China
BSc in Mechanical Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
I am currently a post-doctoral researcher in Human Robotics Group, at the Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, U.K.
Through my current position in HRG, I have been working on the
- the development of computational models to predict human impedance regulation for adaptive visuo-haptic sensing in human-robot collaboration.
- the design of adaptive controllers that could improve sensory prediction through impedance adaptation for soft interactive agents.
- the creation of techniques for human sensory augmentation based on the established robotic perception with multi-sensory feedback.
Human-robot interaction control
Visuo-haptic exploration and sensing
X. Cheng, Y. Tan, and I. Mareels. Robustness of Vibrational Control in the Presence of Additive Disturbances. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2022, 67(6): 3112-3119.
X. Cheng, Y. Tan, and I. Mareels. Stability and Robustness Analysis of Switched Vibrational Control. In 2020 59th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), pp. 3304-3309. IEEE, 2020.
X. Cheng, Y. Tan, and I. Mareels. On robustness analysis of linear vibrational control systems. Automatica, 2018, 87: 202-209.