Yao Su

Yao Su
Beijing Institute for General Artificial Intelligence

Doctor of Philosophy
I am now a research scientist at Beijing Institute for General Artificial Intelligence (BIGAI).

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February 2019 - March 2021
DMAI
Position
  • Engineer
Education
September 2016 - June 2021
University of California, Los Angeles
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering
September 2012 - June 2016
Harbin Institute of Technology
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Publications (18)
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Tracking position and orientation independently affords more agile maneuver for over-actuated multirotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) while introducing unde- sired downwash effects; downwash flows generated by thrust generators may counteract others due to close proximity, which significantly threatens the stability of the platform. The complexi...
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Tracking position and orientation independently affords more agile maneuver for over-actuated multirotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) while introducing undesired downwash effects; downwash flows generated by thrust generators may counteract others due to close proximity, which significantly threatens the stability of the platform. The complexity...
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Overactuated multirotor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) usually consist of multiple tiltable thrust actuators. The controllers are mostly designed by regarding the thrust forces and actuator tilting angles as inputs of outer-loop position and attitude controllers, while formulating an inner-loop controller for each actuator to track the thrust and...
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We devise a cooperative planning framework to generate optimal trajectories for a tethered robot duo, who is tasked to gather scattered objects spread in a large area using a flexible net. Specifically, the proposed planning framework first produces a set of dense waypoints for each robot, serving as the initialization for optimization. Next, we fo...
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Overactuated multirotor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) usually consist of multiple tiltable thrust actuators. The controllers are mostly designed by regarding the thrust forces and actuator tilting angles as inputs of outer-loop position and attitude controllers, while formulating an inner-loop controller for each actuator to track the thrust and...
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Multirotor copters with full six Degree of Free-dom(DoF) maneuvering are often overactuated. The control allocation of overactuated UAV platforms can have an infinite number of solutions due to their redundancy. The most common allocation framework is based on Force Decomposition(FD), which provides a robust least-square solution and is easy to imp...
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Conventional multirotors have coupling between position and attitude control due to underactuation in dynamics, and thus can not track six degree-of-freedom (DoF) trajectories in space. Previous works proposed fully actuated multirotors with modifications to mechanical structure to provide varying orientations of thrust forces without changing the...
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Multirotor copters with full six Degree of Freedom (DoF) maneuvering are often overactuated. The control allocation of overactuated UAV platforms can have an infinite number of solutions due to their redundancy. The most common allocation framework is based on Force Decomposition (FD), which provides a robust least-square solution and is easy to im...
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Fully-actuated multi-rotor aerial platforms are receiving increasing research interests for the capability of six degree-of-freedom (DOF) motions such as hovering at non-horizontal attitude angles. Existing real world hardware and experiments have demonstrated such capability for a limited range of angles. This paper presents an aerial platform tha...
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Multirotor copters with full six DoF maneuvering are often overactuated with redundancy. By having redundant actuation, the multirotors can have better fault-tolerance, energy-efficiency, and payload carrying capability. And they can have an infinite number of solutions when doing control allocation due to their redundancy. However, how to take ful...
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Overhead manipulation often needs collaboration of two operators, which is challenging in confined space such as in a compartment or on a ladder. Supernumerary Robotic Limb (SuperLimb), as a promising wearable robotics solution for overhead tasks, can provide optimal assistance in terms of broader workspace, diverse manipulation functionalities, an...
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Robust Bipedal Locomotion Based on a Hierarchical Control Structure – CORRIGENDUM - Jianwen Luo, Yao Su, Lecheng Ruan, Ye Zhao, Donghyun Kim, Luis Sentis, Chenglong Fu
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To improve biped locomotion's robustness to internal and external disturbances, this study proposes a hierarchical structure with three control levels. At the high level, a foothold sequence is generated so that the Center of Mass (CoM) trajectory tracks a planned path. The planning procedure is simplified by selecting the midpoint between two cons...

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