RESEARCH ASSISTANT, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Chang was originally a terminal masters student who was looking for a normally paid job in industry, but was sufficiently enticed by the honeyed promises of research assistantship's and PhD program's low pay, long hour, interesting problems. As a result, he is currently working as a research assistant at the BMM-lab and will be a PhD student in the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Notre Dame. His major responsibilities include breaking things and asking questions.
His interests include computational design exploration of legged robotics systems, identifying regions of skipping gait, exploring bipedal gaits with simple models, gait transitions identification (bifurcations identification), atherectomy methodologies and techniques, manufacturing system & paradigm analysis.
In the News:
(05/2018) Chang presented his work at the Dynamic Walking Conference this year in Pensacola, FL. Check out his poster and other posters and talks in the workshop. more...
[Journals] [Conferences] [Workshops] [Theses] [Patents]
Liu, C., Gan, Z., and Remy, C.D., 2018, "Exploring All Bipedal Gaits with a United Simplistic Model", Dynamic Walking (Abstract) [URL]
Liu, C., Gan, Z., and Remy, C.D., 2018, "Exploring All Bipedal Gaits with a United Simplistic Model", Dynamic Walking (Poster Presentation) [URL]
Gan, Z., Liu, C., Zaytsev, P., and Remy, C. D., 2019, "Exploring All Skipping Gaits with a Simplistic Model", IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, In preparation [Ask me for details]
Liu, C., 2018, "Exploring All Bipedal Gaits with a United Simplistic Model", MS Thesis [Ask for details]
Liu, C., 2017, "Identification of Regions of Skipping", Independent Study Report [Ask me for details]