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Haolin Fei

Research student

Lancaster University

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LA1 4YR

Lancaster

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Haolin is a PhD student in robotics at Lancaster University, currently working at the Advanced Robotic Teleoperation Lab. He has been awarded a full studentship on a UKRI project funded by TWI Ltd and the Lloyds Register Foundation.

Haolin holds a BEng degree in Electronics and Electrical Engineering with Honours of the First Class from the University of Glasgow, as well as a BEng degree in Electronic Information Engineering from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, which he completed in 2020. He is an active member of the Lancaster Intelligent Robots and Autonomous Systems Center (LIRA), the Joining 4.0 Innovation Centre (J4IC) at TWI and the National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) in Cambridge. Additionally, he works part-time as a Software Engineering for Global Product Development at TWI SEA.

His research interests and expertise encompass various areas of human-robot interaction, robot learning, teleoperation systems, and robot visual servoing. Haolin is focused on enhancing overall robot intelligence and developing next-generation human-robot interactive platforms. He is particularly passionate about applying artificial intelligence to address real-world challenges, such as intelligent manufacturing, teleoperated surgery, and elderly care.

Haolin actively contributes to the academic community by serving as a reviewer for several international journals and conferences.

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