Sep 2008 - Jul 2013 PhD in Mechanical Engineering Tsinghua University
Sep 2004 - Jul 2008 BS in Mechanical Engineering and Automation Tsinghua University
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Dr Liao "Leo" Wu is currently a Lecturer with the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
He received the BS and PhD degrees in mechanical engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 2008 and 2013, respectively. From 2014 to 2015, he was a Research Fellow at National University of Singapore. He then worked as a Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia from 2016 to 2018. Between 2016 and 2020, he was also affiliated with the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision, an ARC Centre of Excellence. Since 2019, he joined UNSW as a lecturer in robotics.
His current research focuses on medical robotics, including flexible robots and intelligent perception for minimally invasive surgery. His research interests have also covered Lie groups theory in robotics, kinematic modelling and calibration, etc., with applications in industrial robotics.
2018 QUT IHBI Early Career Researcher Development Scheme
2017 Associate Fellowship of Higher Education Academy
2017 QUT ECARD/VCRF Travel Fellowship
2016 QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowship
2015 ICIA 2015 Best Paper Finalist
2008 Outstanding Graduate of Beijing
2008 Excellent Graduate of Tsinghua University
2007 Chinese National Encouragement Scholarship
2006 Tsinghua Daimler-Chrysler Scholarship
2005 Tsinghua Want-Want Scholarship
2021-2023, ARC Discovery Project, AUD $381,238, Bioinspired flexible haptic memory materials for artificial sensory nerves, CI: Dewei Chu, Shuhua Peng, Claudio Cazorla, Teri Furlong, Liao Wu
2021, UNSW MME RIS, AUD $45,456, OptiTrack infrared tracking system for long-range, real-time and precision 3D motion capture, CI: Mohammad Deghat, Liao Wu
2018, QUT IHBI Early Career Researcher Development Scheme, AUD $10,000, A hand-held dexterous, flexible, and intelligent robotic arthroscope to make arthroscopy easier and safer, CI: Liao Wu
2017, QUT SEF Small Equipment Fund, AUD $5,000, CI: Liao Wu
2017, QUT ECARD/VCRF Travel Fellowship, AUD $7,000, CI: Liao Wu
2016, QUT SEF Capital Equipment Fund, AUD $18,870, CI: Liao Wu
2016, QUT SEF Small Equipment Fund, AUD $3,934, CI: Liao Wu
2016-2018, QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowship, AUD $20,000, CI: Liao Wu