I am currently a master’s student in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University. I am also serving as an graduate research assistant at the Robotics Institute, working with Professor Oliver Kroemer on developing algorithms for contact-based manipulation tasks.
A. S. Wang, W. W. Chen and P. Lin, “Control of a 2-D bounding passive quadruped model with Poincar'e map approximation and model predictive control,” 2016 International Conference on Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Systems (ARIS), Taipei, 2016
A. S. Wang, O. Kroemer, “Learning robust manipulation strategies with multimodal state transition models and recovery heuristics,” (In review)
Deep Reinforcement Learning and Control course project.
Advanced Control Systems Integration course project.
Beyond school and research, I’m an avid volleyball player, musician, gamer, and otaku.
I was a drummer for multiple bands throughout my high school and undergrads. Now I mainly do fingerstyle guitar.
I also enjoy watch movies and dramas, especially japanese anime.