报告题目：“How can biomimetic sonar be an alternative for classic robot sonar?"
报 告 人：Herbert Peremans，安特卫普大学教授（比利时）
邀 请 人：杨长生副教授
报告简介：Both the biomimetic design philosophy in general and sonar sensing for autonomous robots will be introduced. An introduction into the concept of biomimetic design and show, using some examples, how it differs from more traditional engineering design approaches will be given. Next, a systematic high-level overview of the physical/engineering principles behind the operation of robotic sonar sensors will be provided. At last report will be finished with a discussion of the different approaches roboticist have taken when designing sonar systems for their autonomous robot systems.
报告人简介：Herbert Peremans is a professor at the Faculty of Applied Economics, Department of Engineering Management, at the University of Antwerp (UA). He is the head of the Active Perception Lab. The work in the lab is oriented towards the development of biomimetic sensors, in particular bat-inspired sonar systems, for environment perception by autonomous systems. Recently, he also joined the Environment Economics group, where his research is oriented towards studying the use/design of microgrids as building blocks for macrogrids.
比利时安特卫普大学的Herbert Peremans教授从上世纪九十年代开始了无人系统的仿生感知研究，是该领域的著名学者，发表论文185篇，他引1871次，H指数22。创立了主动感知实验室（APL），开展了用于智能机器人的仿生传感器、仿生声纳头、3D成像声呐等方面研究，成果发表于IEEE Transaction、Nature communications等期刊，处于该领域的国际先进水平。