Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Assoc Prof Wang Han

Associate Professor, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Email: hw@ntu.edu.sg
Phone: +65 67904506
Office: S2 B2B 49
Assoc Prof Wang Han

Biography
Prof WANG Han is currently in the School of EEE since 1992. He received his Bachelor degree in Computer Science from Northeast Heavy Machinery Institute(China), and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Leeds(UK) respectively. His research interests include Computer Vision, and Robotics. He has done significant research work his research areas and published over 120 top quality international conference and journal papers. He has been invited as an member of Editorial Advisory Board, The Open Electrical & Electronic Engineering Journal. Dr. Wang is a senior member of IEEE.

Research Interests
Prof. Wang' research interests include:

(1) Computer Vision
(2) 2D/2D image tracking
(3) Object recognition
(4) Mobile robot navigation using vision
(5) Vision application for robots
Current Projects
  • Design and Development of a Compact, Integrated Slam Module for Indoor Perception and Localization
Selected Publications
  • K. Wu, M. Abolfazli Esfahani, S. Yuan, and H. Wang. (2019). TDPP-Net: Achieving Three-Dimensional Path Planning via a Deep Neural Network Architecture. Neurocomputing, .
  • K. Wu, M. Abolfazli Esfahani, S. Yuan, and H. Wang. (2019). OTDPP-Net: Achieving Deep Neural Network based Real-Time 3D Path Planning in Completely Unknown Cluttered Environments. International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics, .
  • K. Wu, M. Abolfazli Esfahani, S. Yuan, and H. Wang. (2019). BND*-DDQN: Learn to Steer Autonomously through Deep Reinforcement Learning. IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems, .
  • K. Wu, M. Abolfazli Esfahani, S. Yuan, and H. Wang. (2018). Learn to steer through deep reinforcement learning. Sensors, .
  • K. Wu, T. Xi, and H. Wang. (2018). Real-Time Three-Dimensional Smooth Path Planning for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Completely Unknown Cluttered Environments.

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