Yiming Liu

Yiming Liu
Technische Universität München | TUM · Faculty of Sport and Health Science

Master of Science

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Introduction
I am interested in studying how humans physically collaborate with another human or robot, with a particular focus on the role of haptic communication in physical collaborations.
Education
October 2020 - September 2024
Technische Universität München
Field of study
  • Neuromuscular Diagnostics
October 2017 - September 2020
Technische Universität München
Field of study
  • Automation and Robotics

Publications

Publications (4)
Conference Paper
Object manipulation often requires coordination between hands and adaption to the dynamic characteristics of the object. When manipulating the same object, the two hands can have either symmetric or asymmetric impacts on the object's trajectory. In this work, we used a bimanual manipulation task of a complex object with internal dynamics to examine...
Conference Paper
Humans have unrivaled abilities to perform dexterous object manipulation. This requires the sensorimotor system to quickly adapt to environmental changes and predictively counteract external disturbances. Many studies have focused on the anticipatory control of digits with real-world experiments. However, examining manipulation using virtual realit...
Conference Paper
When grasping and manipulating objects we implicitly adapt grip forces according to the physical parameters of the object. We integrate visual, cutaneous, and force feedback to estimate these parameters and adapt our control accordingly. Using virtual reality, both feedback integration and control can be investigated in ways that are not possible u...
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Intuitive and efficient physical human-robot collaboration relies on the mutual observability of the human and the robot, i.e. the two entities being able to interpret each other's intentions and actions. This is remedied by a myriad of methods involving human sensing or intention decoding, as well as human-robot turn-taking and sequential task pla...

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