Hongtao Wu

Ph.D. Student, Robot and Protein Kinematic Lab, Johns Hopkins University

About

I am a 5th-year Ph.D student at Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR), Johns Hopkins University. My advisor is Prof. Gregory Chirikjian. I have also worked with Prof. Gregory Hager and Prof. Russ Taylor. Previously, I obtained a M.S.E in Robotics from Johns Hopkins University in 2019.

My primary research interests are on robot perception, robot learning, and robot manipulation.

Email (hwu67 at jhu dot edu)

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2022/02–Our paper on putting a teddy bear on an unseen chair has been accepcted by ICRA 2022! Check out the paper here. For more video demos, check out our webpage.

2021/07–Our paper on probabilistic point cloud registration with local surface geometry has been accepted to ICCV 2021! Check out the paper here. Code is available here. Data will be available later.

2020/11–Our paper on robot imagination of containability affordance has been accepted to RA-L! Paper link here. Code is available here. Data can be download from here.

2020/07–Our paper on efficient reinforcement learning has been accepted to RA-L and IROS 2020. Paper link here. It is featured on JHU HUB. Check it out!

2020/01–Our paper on robot imagination of chair affordance has been accepted to ICRA 2020. Paper link here.

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