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In recent years, with the increase in labor costs and the in-depth integration of information technology and manufacturing, global manufacturing is developing along the direction of lightweight, flexibility, and intelligence. Robots have become the core equipment of intelligent manufacturing, and their R&D, manufacturing, and application have become an important indicator of a country's technological innovation capability and manufacturing level. The pace of R&D and application of robots is accelerating worldwide, and the robots are becoming more and more widely integrated into various fields and levels of human activity, stimulating extensive attention and research interest in academia and industry. 

This workshop will focus on the innovation of robot mechanisms, parallel robots, critical technologies of cable-driven robots & space robots, the application of robots in the fields of industry, national defense, and science.

Vice president, executive chairman
Professor, doctoral supervisor,Winner of National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, Distinguished professor of "Yangtze River scholars" of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Innovation Leading Talents of the National "ten thousand talents plan"
Professor, doctoral supervisor,Winner of National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, Distinguished professor of "Yangtze River scholars" of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Innovation Leading Talents of the National "ten thousand talents plan"
Associate Professor, doctoral supervisor
Zhufeng Shao, Associate Professor and PhD Supervisor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Tsinghua University, Senior Member of the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, Expert Strategy Consultant of Plan for Strengthening Basic Disciplines of Chinese Academy of engineering, editorial board member of Defense Technology and member of National Standardization Technical Committees. His research focuses on the cable-driven robot equipment and intelligent manufacturing system. As the person in charge, he has presided over more than 10 national scientific research projects led by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, National Key Technology Research and Development Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the Intelligent Manufacturing Project. He has completed the application of dynamic accuracy assurance theory in the FAST (Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope) project, effectively improving the observation accuracy; established the theory and method of comprehensive performance optimization design; invented the cable-driven high-speed robot with internal tension chain, which outperforms foreign similar products; presided over the development of "Digital Workshop-Machine Tools Manufacturing-Information Model" (GB/T 37928-2019) and other four national standard drafts; presided over the research and development of China's first large civil aircraft intelligent coating system and automatic coating equipment for large ship segmented non-structural surface. He has published 32 SCI papers and 24 EI papers. He owns 32 authorized patents from the application for 54 Chinese invention patents and 4 software copyrights. He participated in the compilation of two monographs. He is the winner of the China Industry-University-Research Cooperation Innovation Award, Second Prize of Natural Sciences Award by the Ministry of Education, and Special Prize of China Machinery Industry Science and Technology.
Guests
Professor,doctoral supervisor
Clément Gosselin received the B. Eng. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Université de Sherbrooke in 1985, and the Ph.D. degree from McGill University in 1988. He was then a post-doctoral fellow at INRIA in Sophia-Antipolis, France in 1988-89. In 1989 he joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Université Laval, Québec where he is a Full Professor since 1997. He is currently holding a Canada Research Chair in Robotics and Mechatronics since January 2001. He was a visiting researcher at the RWTH in Aachen, Germany in 1995, at the University of Victoria, Canada in 1996 and at the IRCCyN in Nantes, France in 1999. His research interests are kinematics, dynamics and control of robotic mechanical systems with a particular emphasis on the mechanics of grasping, the kinematics and dynamics of parallel manipulators and the development of human-friendly robots. His work in the aforementioned areas has been the subject of numerous publications in international journals and conferences as well as of several patents and two books. He has been directing many research initiatives, including collaborations with several Canadian and foreign high-technology companies and he has trained more than 120 graduate students. He is an Associate Editor of the ASME Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics. Dr. Gosselin received several awards including the ASME DED Mechanisms and Robotics Committee Award in 2008, the ASME Machine Design Award in 2013 and the IFToMM Award of Merit in 2019. He was appointed Officer of the Order of Canada in 2010 for contributions to research in parallel mechanisms and underactuated systems. He is a fellow of the ASME, of the IEEE and of the Royal Society of Canada.
Associate Professor, doctoral supervisor
Zhufeng Shao, Associate Professor and PhD Supervisor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Tsinghua University, Senior Member of the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, Expert Strategy Consultant of Plan for Strengthening Basic Disciplines of Chinese Academy of engineering, editorial board member of Defense Technology and member of National Standardization Technical Committees. His research focuses on the cable-driven robot equipment and intelligent manufacturing system. As the person in charge, he has presided over more than 10 national scientific research projects led by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, National Key Technology Research and Development Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the Intelligent Manufacturing Project. He has completed the application of dynamic accuracy assurance theory in the FAST (Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope) project, effectively improving the observation accuracy; established the theory and method of comprehensive performance optimization design; invented the cable-driven high-speed robot with internal tension chain, which outperforms foreign similar products; presided over the development of "Digital Workshop-Machine Tools Manufacturing-Information Model" (GB/T 37928-2019) and other four national standard drafts; presided over the research and development of China's first large civil aircraft intelligent coating system and automatic coating equipment for large ship segmented non-structural surface. He has published 32 SCI papers and 24 EI papers. He owns 32 authorized patents from the application for 54 Chinese invention patents and 4 software copyrights. He participated in the compilation of two monographs. He is the winner of the China Industry-University-Research Cooperation Innovation Award, Second Prize of Natural Sciences Award by the Ministry of Education, and Special Prize of China Machinery Industry Science and Technology.
Professor,doctoral supervisor
Marco Ceccarelli received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engi-neering from La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, in 1988. He is Professor of Mechanics of Machines at the University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy, where he chairs LARM2: Labora-tory of Robot Mechatronics. His research interests cover subjects of robot design, mecha-nism kinematics, experimental mechanics with special atten-tion to parallel kinematics machines, service robotic devices, mechanism design, and history of machines and mechanisms whose expertise is documented by several published papers in the fields of Robotics. He has been visiting professor in several universities in the world and since 2014 at Beijing Institute of Technology. He is ASME fellow and doctor honoris causa from sev-eral Universities. Professor Ceccarelli serves in several Journal editorial boards and conference scientific committees. He is editor of the Springer book series on Mechanism and Machine Sci-ence (MMS) and History of MMS. Professor Ceccarelli is the President of IFToMM, the Interna-tional Federation for the Promotion of MMS. He has published several papers on Robotics and has several patents of robot systems.He has started several IFToMM sponsored conferences including MEDER (Mechanism Design for Robotics) and MUSME (Multibody Systems and Mechatronics).
Professor,doctoral supervisor
Panfeng Huang is now Professor and Dean of the College of Automation, Northwestern Polytechnical University. He received B.S. degree and M.S degree from Northwestern Polytechnical University, and Ph.D. from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Automation and Computer Aided Engineering in 2005. He was granted by the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, and was awarded by The National Ten-thousand Talents Program in 2017. He served as a national expert on High-Technology Development Planning (863) from 2008 to 2016, vice president of National Major Task from 2009 to 2016. He was invited expert on National Manned Space Applications and Services from 2015, and served as expert on National New Generation AI Major Project from 2018. He is responsible for developing the first teleoperation system for space robotic arm in China, which successfully achieved remote operation of the space manipulator by man on the ground. A Tethered Space Robotics system for on-orbit capture including design theory and methodology is first addressed and refined by Prof. Huang. Besides, he was a PI of more than forty national projects in the last ten years, including the National Natural Science Foundation of china, National Key Research and Development Project, and major projects in High-Technology Development Planning (863) etc. He was awarded two Second Prize of National Defense Technology Inventions (ranking first). He has published two English monographs and Two Chinese monographs. He was published over 100 academic papers, more than seventy papers were published or accepted by international journal among these papers. He has been authorized 55 national invention patents.
Schedule
2020-08-21
14:00-14:10

Opening Ceremony

14:10-14:55

Key Technology and Application of Intelligent Space Robots

Guest
2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Panfeng Huang
Professor,doctoral supervisor
14:55-15:40

Role and impact of Mechanism Design for robots

Guest
2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Marco Ceccarelli
Professor,doctoral supervisor
15:40-15:50

Break

15:50-16:35

Research and application of high-performance cable-driven parallel robots

Guest
2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Zhufeng Shao
Associate Professor, doctoral supervisor
16:35-17:20

Kinematic Redundancy in Parallel and Hybrid mechanisms

Guest
2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Clément Gosselin
Professor,doctoral supervisor
17:20-17:30

Closing ceremony

Opening Ceremony

Key Technology and Application of Intelligent Space Robots

2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Panfeng Huang
Professor,doctoral supervisor
Panfeng Huang is now Professor and Dean of the College of Automation, Northwestern Polytechnical University. He received B.S. degree and M.S degree from Northwestern Polytechnical University, and Ph.D. from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Automation and Computer Aided Engineering in 2005. He was granted by the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, and was awarded by The National Ten-thousand Talents Program in 2017. He served as a national expert on High-Technology Development Planning (863) from 2008 to 2016, vice president of National Major Task from 2009 to 2016. He was invited expert on National Manned Space Applications and Services from 2015, and served as expert on National New Generation AI Major Project from 2018. He is responsible for developing the first teleoperation system for space robotic arm in China, which successfully achieved remote operation of the space manipulator by man on the ground. A Tethered Space Robotics system for on-orbit capture including design theory and methodology is first addressed and refined by Prof. Huang. Besides, he was a PI of more than forty national projects in the last ten years, including the National Natural Science Foundation of china, National Key Research and Development Project, and major projects in High-Technology Development Planning (863) etc. He was awarded two Second Prize of National Defense Technology Inventions (ranking first). He has published two English monographs and Two Chinese monographs. He was published over 100 academic papers, more than seventy papers were published or accepted by international journal among these papers. He has been authorized 55 national invention patents.

Role and impact of Mechanism Design for robots

2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Marco Ceccarelli
Professor,doctoral supervisor
Marco Ceccarelli received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engi-neering from La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, in 1988. He is Professor of Mechanics of Machines at the University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy, where he chairs LARM2: Labora-tory of Robot Mechatronics. His research interests cover subjects of robot design, mecha-nism kinematics, experimental mechanics with special atten-tion to parallel kinematics machines, service robotic devices, mechanism design, and history of machines and mechanisms whose expertise is documented by several published papers in the fields of Robotics. He has been visiting professor in several universities in the world and since 2014 at Beijing Institute of Technology. He is ASME fellow and doctor honoris causa from sev-eral Universities. Professor Ceccarelli serves in several Journal editorial boards and conference scientific committees. He is editor of the Springer book series on Mechanism and Machine Sci-ence (MMS) and History of MMS. Professor Ceccarelli is the President of IFToMM, the Interna-tional Federation for the Promotion of MMS. He has published several papers on Robotics and has several patents of robot systems.He has started several IFToMM sponsored conferences including MEDER (Mechanism Design for Robotics) and MUSME (Multibody Systems and Mechatronics).

Break

Research and application of high-performance cable-driven parallel robots

2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Zhufeng Shao
Associate Professor, doctoral supervisor
Zhufeng Shao, Associate Professor and PhD Supervisor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Tsinghua University, Senior Member of the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, Expert Strategy Consultant of Plan for Strengthening Basic Disciplines of Chinese Academy of engineering, editorial board member of Defense Technology and member of National Standardization Technical Committees. His research focuses on the cable-driven robot equipment and intelligent manufacturing system. As the person in charge, he has presided over more than 10 national scientific research projects led by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, National Key Technology Research and Development Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the Intelligent Manufacturing Project. He has completed the application of dynamic accuracy assurance theory in the FAST (Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope) project, effectively improving the observation accuracy; established the theory and method of comprehensive performance optimization design; invented the cable-driven high-speed robot with internal tension chain, which outperforms foreign similar products; presided over the development of "Digital Workshop-Machine Tools Manufacturing-Information Model" (GB/T 37928-2019) and other four national standard drafts; presided over the research and development of China's first large civil aircraft intelligent coating system and automatic coating equipment for large ship segmented non-structural surface. He has published 32 SCI papers and 24 EI papers. He owns 32 authorized patents from the application for 54 Chinese invention patents and 4 software copyrights. He participated in the compilation of two monographs. He is the winner of the China Industry-University-Research Cooperation Innovation Award, Second Prize of Natural Sciences Award by the Ministry of Education, and Special Prize of China Machinery Industry Science and Technology.

Kinematic Redundancy in Parallel and Hybrid mechanisms

2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
Clément Gosselin
Professor,doctoral supervisor
Clément Gosselin received the B. Eng. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Université de Sherbrooke in 1985, and the Ph.D. degree from McGill University in 1988. He was then a post-doctoral fellow at INRIA in Sophia-Antipolis, France in 1988-89. In 1989 he joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Université Laval, Québec where he is a Full Professor since 1997. He is currently holding a Canada Research Chair in Robotics and Mechatronics since January 2001. He was a visiting researcher at the RWTH in Aachen, Germany in 1995, at the University of Victoria, Canada in 1996 and at the IRCCyN in Nantes, France in 1999. His research interests are kinematics, dynamics and control of robotic mechanical systems with a particular emphasis on the mechanics of grasping, the kinematics and dynamics of parallel manipulators and the development of human-friendly robots. His work in the aforementioned areas has been the subject of numerous publications in international journals and conferences as well as of several patents and two books. He has been directing many research initiatives, including collaborations with several Canadian and foreign high-technology companies and he has trained more than 120 graduate students. He is an Associate Editor of the ASME Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics. Dr. Gosselin received several awards including the ASME DED Mechanisms and Robotics Committee Award in 2008, the ASME Machine Design Award in 2013 and the IFToMM Award of Merit in 2019. He was appointed Officer of the Order of Canada in 2010 for contributions to research in parallel mechanisms and underactuated systems. He is a fellow of the ASME, of the IEEE and of the Royal Society of Canada.

Closing ceremony

Date & Location
Date:  2020-08-21 14:00 ~ 17:20
Location:   Virtual