Academic Profile : Faculty

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Prof Wang Dan Wei
Professor, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
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Danwei Wang received his Ph.D and MSE degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1989 and 1984, respectively. He received his B.E degree from the South China University of Technology, China in 1982. Since 1989, he has been with the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Currently, he is professor and Head, Division of Control and Instrumentation. He is a senator in NTU Academics Council. He has served as general chairman, technical chairman and various positions in international conferences, such as International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision (CARCVs) and IROS conferences. He is an associate editor for the International Journal of Humanoid Robotics and served as an associate editor of Conference Editorial Board, IEEE Control Systems Society from 1998 to 2005. He was a recipient of Alexander von Humboldt fellowship, Germany. His research interests include robotics, control theory and applications.
Iterative learning control;
Repetitive control;
Manipulator/mobile robot dynamics, path planning, and control;
Model-based fault diagnosis and identification as well as prognosis;
Satellite formation flying.
 
  • Automonous Environmental Service Vehicles For Singapore Phase 2.1
  • Centre for Advanced Robotics Technology Innovation (CARTIN) - Logistic Thrust
  • Multi-Modal Perception for Tropic Condition (Logistic Thrust WP 1.2)
  • Navigation in Repetitive and Dynamic Environment (Logistic Thrust WP 1.3)
  • Regional Positioning System in Large Industrial Environment (Logistic Thrust WP 1.1)
US 2014/0375475 A1: Traffic Signal Control Method And Traffic Signal Controller (2017)
Abstract: A distributed traffic signal control method is provided for a directed network comprising a plurality of junctions, each junction having a plurality of links connected thereto, the links comprising one or more upstream links and one or more downstream links, the method comprising: activating one of a plurality of phases of the junction for a predetermined time period which maximizes the directed network throughput based on current differential traffic backlogs between said one or more upstream links and said one or more downstream links, each phase providing a unique combination of traffic signals at the junction for guiding traffic from the upstream link(s) to the downstream link(s). There is also provided a corresponding traffic signal controller, a traffic control system comprising the traffic signal controller, and a computer readable medium having stored therein computer executable codes for instructing a computer processor to execute the distributed traffic signal control method.