Name of Lab：Mechatronics Lab
(1)Bionic Robot Design and Motion Control
(2)Robot image servo system development
(3)Robot force feedback electromechanical system development and control
(4)Smart Structure Active Vibration Suppression Control
(5) Piezo Actuation System Design and Precision Motion Control
Development of wall-jumping robot with climbing claws
The research was inspired by the concept of lizards adjusting their body landing posture by flicking their tails during mid-air jumps. Based on this idea, a novel hook-climbing robot was designed and developed. The researchers successfully demonstrated that this robot can continuously move in a continuous upward jumping manner on vertical walls.
Development, locomotion and control, and implementation of novel bio-inspired transverse ledge climbing robots
The research team independently designed two robots for “continuous climbing on protrusions” and “sideways leaping and grasping of bars,” respectively. Their objective was to develop a novel climbing robot capable of composite motion gaits. In 2018, they successfully achieved the sideways leaping and grasping motion, known as ricochetal brachiation, and subsequently developed a biomimetic robot capable of climbing on bars with varying heights and a mixed motion gait study to enhance the robot’s adaptability in different scenarios. Their research achievements were awarded the first prize for Best Conference Paper and Best Student Paper at the Taiwan Intelligent Robot Symposium, and the preliminary results are also expected to be published in an academic journal.