Wang, Nan (王 南)

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Ph.D student,
Department of Computer Engineering,
University of California, Santa Cruz
E-mail: before @ put ‘‘nanwang’’, and after the @ symbol write ucsc <dot > edu
Address: Engineering 2-515, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064

About Me

I received B.S. degree in automation science and engineering from East China University of Science and Technology, China, in 2015 and M.S. degree in control theory and engineering from Tongji University, China, in 2018. I am currently a Ph.D student in computer engineering in the University of California, Santa Cruz advised by Prof. Sanfelice.

Research

My research interests include

  • Hybrid system modeling, computation and analysis

  • Motion planning and control for autonomous vehicles

Recent Publications

Conference Papers:

  1. M. Song, N. Wang, J. Wang and Timothy Gordon, “A fluid dynamics approach to motion control for rigid autonomous ground vehicles”, 25th International Symposium on Dynamics of Vehicles on Roads and Tracks.(published)

  2. N. Wang, M. Song, J. Wang, and Timothy Gordon, ” A flow field guided path planning method for unmanned ground vehicle”, The 56th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.(published)

Journal Papers:

  1. M. Song, N. Wang, J. Wang and Timothy Gordon, “Flow-field guided steering control for rigid autonomous ground vehicles in low-speed maneuvering”, Vehicle System Dynamics Special Journal Issue: Motion Control for Automated Driving and Autonomous Functions.(published)

  2. N. Wang, M. Song, J. Wang and Timothy Gordon, “A trajectory planning method for autonomous ground vehicles guided by fluid flow in dynamic environment”.(in progress)

Patterns:

  1. Nan Wang, Mengxuan Song, Jun Wang, A Fluid Flow based Planning Method for Autonomous Vehicle. (Application Number: 201710805297.2)

  2. Nan Wang, Mengxuan Song, Jun Wang, A Trajectory Planning Method based on Fluid Flow for Autonomous Vehicle. (Application Number: 201711240203.8)

Posters:

  1. N. Wang, and R. Sanfelice, ” Motion Planning for Hybrid Dynamical Systems”, 2019 Bay Area Robotics Symposium.

  2. N. Wang, and R. Sanfelice, ” Motion Planning for Hybrid Dynamical Systems”, 2020 16th Annual Graduate Research Symposium, UC Santa Cruz.

Academic Service

  1. Conference reviewer: the American Control Conference (2020)

  2. Conference reviewer: the 59th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (2020)

Teaching Assistance

  1. Computer Systems and C Programming (CSE13S). University of California, Santa Cruz: 2020 Winter.

  2. Database System (CSE181). University of California, Santa Cruz: 2020 Spring.

Hobbies


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