We are very pleased to have Shenyu Liu as our guest speaker for this week’s social hour on Friday, Feb 9th at 3:00PM in 369 CSL. In this week’s social hour Shenyu will talk about
“Deforming a curve into a “good” trajectory”.
Bio: Shenyu Liu is a 3rd year Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UIUC. After accomplished double bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics at the National University of Singapore, he then received master’s degree in Mechanical Science and Engineering at UIUC in 2015. Shenyu is currently under the supervision of Professor Daniel Liberzon on the study of almost Lyapunov function and input-to-state stability of switched systems. He also has collaboration with Professor Ali Belabbas on path planning for non-holonomic systems.
Besides academia life, Shenyu is also a gym addict. You may have a higher probability finding him in ARC than in CSL.