huihua zhao
huihua zhao
Research Scientist, Toyota Research Institute
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Human-inspired multi-contact locomotion with amber2
HH Zhao, WL Ma, AD Ames, MB Zeagler
2014 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS …, 2014
Motion primitives for human-inspired bipedal robotic locomotion: walking and stair climbing
MJ Powell, H Zhao, AD Ames
2012 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation, 543-549, 2012
Learning impedance controller parameters for lower-limb prostheses
N Aghasadeghi, H Zhao, LJ Hargrove, AD Ames, EJ Perreault, T Bretl
2013 IEEE/RSJ international conference on intelligent robots and systems …, 2013
First steps toward translating robotic walking to prostheses: a nonlinear optimization based control approach
H Zhao, J Horn, J Reher, V Paredes, AD Ames
Autonomous Robots 41, 725-742, 2017
Multicontact locomotion on transfemoral prostheses via hybrid system models and optimization-based control
H Zhao, J Horn, J Reher, V Paredes, AD Ames
IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering 13 (2), 502-513, 2016
Preliminary results on energy efficient 3D prosthetic walking with a powered compliant transfemoral prosthesis
H Zhao, E Ambrose, AD Ames
2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 1140-1147, 2017
Multi-contact bipedal robotic locomotion
H Zhao, A Hereid, W Ma, AD Ames
Robotica 35 (5), 1072-1106, 2017
Realization of nonlinear real-time optimization based controllers on self-contained transfemoral prosthesis
H Zhao, J Reher, J Horn, V Paredes, AD Ames
Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE Sixth International Conference on Cyber-Physical …, 2015
Human-inspired walking via unified PD and impedance control
WL Ma, H Zhao, S Kolathaya, AD Ames
Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2014 IEEE International Conference on, 5088-5094, 2014
Model-based adaptive control of transfemoral prostheses: Theory, simulation, and experiments
V Azimi, T Shu, H Zhao, R Gehlhar, D Simon, AD Ames
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems 51 (2), 1174-1191, 2019
Human‐inspired motion primitives and transitions for bipedal robotic locomotion in diverse terrain
H Zhao, MJ Powell, AD Ames
Optimal Control Applications and Methods 35 (6), 730-755, 2014
Realization of Stair Ascent and Motion Transitions on Prostheses utilizing Optimization-Based Control and Intent Recognition
H Zhao, J Reher, J Horn, V Paredes, AD Ames
International Conference on Rehabilitation Robot, 2015
Quadratic programming and impedance control for transfemoral prosthesis
H Zhao, S Kolathaya, AD Ames
2014 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 1341-1347, 2014
Outputs of human walking for bipedal robotic controller design
S Jiang, S Partrick, H Zhao, AD Ames
2012 American control conference (ACC), 4843-4848, 2012
Robust control of a powered transfemoral prosthesis device with experimental verification
V Azimi, T Shu, H Zhao, E Ambrose, AD Ames, D Simon
2017 American Control Conference (ACC), 517-522, 2017
Bipedal robotic running with partial hybrid zero dynamics and human-inspired optimization
Z Huihua, SN Yadukumar, AD Ames
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2012
Magnetic Milli-Robot swarm platform: a safety barrier certificate enabled, low-cost test bed
A Hsu, H Zhao, M Gaudreault, AW Foy, R Pelrine
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 5 (2), 2913-2920, 2020
3D multi-contact gait design for prostheses: Hybrid system models, virtual constraints and two-step direct collocation
H Zhao, A Hereid, E Ambrose, AD Ames
2016 IEEE 55th Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), 3668-3674, 2016
Quadratic program based control of fully-actuated transfemoral prosthesis for flat-ground and up-slope locomotion
H Zhao, AD Ames
2014 American Control Conference, 4101-4107, 2014
A hybrid systems and optimization-based control approach to realizing multi-contact locomotion on transfemoral prostheses
H Zhao, J Horn, J Reher, V Paredes, AD Ames
2015 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), 1607-1612, 2015
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