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Du, Haiping Professor

Professor

  • Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
  • School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering
  • Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
  • Centre for Intelligent Mechatronics Research

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests:
    Robust Control Theory and Applications;

    Vehicle System Dynamics and Control;

    Smart Materials and Structures;

    Active and Semiactive Vibration Control;

    Robotics and Autonomous System

    Future Research Topics:
    Australia Research Council Linkage Project Grant (LP160100132): Comfort and Ergonomics: Innovative Seating Solution for Commercial Vehicles

    Australia Research Council Discovery Grant (DP140100303): Innovative X-by-Wire Control Systems for Improved Ve

Selected Publications


Impact Story


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Master of Philosophy - EIS The Investigation and Optimisation of Torque Vectoring Combined with Active Steering in Electrical Vehicles
    Doctor of Philosophy Energy storage systems for vehicle technology Yao, Lirong
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) High-throughput microparticle focusing using arc-shaped groove arrays Zhao, Qianbin
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Study on a novel powertrain system and it control for electric vehicles Zhang, Huan
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of an Efficient Method for Automatic Detection of Seizure Origin in Epilepsy Patients. Butt, Maryam
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Vibration reduction control for seat suspension with multiple degrees of freedom Li, Wenxing
    Doctor of Philosophy Magnetorheological Variable Stiffness Robotic Legs for Improved Locomotion Performance Christie, Matthew
    Doctor of Philosophy Active Control of Noise and Vibration of Vehicles using Dielectric Elastomers Deng, Lei
    Doctor of Philosophy Integrated Forklift Supporting System with Magnetorheological Technologies Zhu, Xiaojing
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of an integrated Microdevice for Cancer Diagnostics Yun, Guolin
    Doctor of Philosophy Human-machine Shared Control of a Vehicle Using X-by-Wire Technology Ansari, Shahzeb
    Master of Philosophy - EIS Controller design for four-wheel steering of four-wheel independent driven vehicle Jiang, Xi
    Master of Research - EIS Research and Implement of PMSM Regenerative Braking Control for Electric Vehicle Zhao, Jin
    Doctor of Philosophy Electromagnetic vibration absorber Liao, Yulin
    Master of Philosophy - EIS Cyber-Physical Security and Safety Control of Autonomous Connected Vehicles Zhang, Xiaofei
    Doctor of Philosophy Versatile Microfluidic Platforms Based on Novel Magnetorheological Elastomer Lu, Hongda
    Doctor of Philosophy Control of Connected Autonomous Vehicles Yan, Yan
    Doctor of Philosophy Seat suspension control using human body motion measurement Coyte, James

Teaching Overview


  • Previously worked as:
    Research Fellow in University of Technology, Sydney.

    Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Imperial College London

    Post-Doctoral Research Associate in University of Hong Kong, respectively.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests:
    Robust Control Theory and Applications;

    Vehicle System Dynamics and Control;

    Smart Materials and Structures;

    Active and Semiactive Vibration Control;

    Robotics and Autonomous System

    Future Research Topics:
    Australia Research Council Linkage Project Grant (LP160100132): Comfort and Ergonomics: Innovative Seating Solution for Commercial Vehicles

    Australia Research Council Discovery Grant (DP140100303): Innovative X-by-Wire Control Systems for Improved Ve

Selected Publications


Impact Story


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Master of Philosophy - EIS The Investigation and Optimisation of Torque Vectoring Combined with Active Steering in Electrical Vehicles
    Doctor of Philosophy Energy storage systems for vehicle technology Yao, Lirong
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) High-throughput microparticle focusing using arc-shaped groove arrays Zhao, Qianbin
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Study on a novel powertrain system and it control for electric vehicles Zhang, Huan
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of an Efficient Method for Automatic Detection of Seizure Origin in Epilepsy Patients. Butt, Maryam
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Vibration reduction control for seat suspension with multiple degrees of freedom Li, Wenxing
    Doctor of Philosophy Magnetorheological Variable Stiffness Robotic Legs for Improved Locomotion Performance Christie, Matthew
    Doctor of Philosophy Active Control of Noise and Vibration of Vehicles using Dielectric Elastomers Deng, Lei
    Doctor of Philosophy Integrated Forklift Supporting System with Magnetorheological Technologies Zhu, Xiaojing
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of an integrated Microdevice for Cancer Diagnostics Yun, Guolin
    Doctor of Philosophy Human-machine Shared Control of a Vehicle Using X-by-Wire Technology Ansari, Shahzeb
    Master of Philosophy - EIS Controller design for four-wheel steering of four-wheel independent driven vehicle Jiang, Xi
    Master of Research - EIS Research and Implement of PMSM Regenerative Braking Control for Electric Vehicle Zhao, Jin
    Doctor of Philosophy Electromagnetic vibration absorber Liao, Yulin
    Master of Philosophy - EIS Cyber-Physical Security and Safety Control of Autonomous Connected Vehicles Zhang, Xiaofei
    Doctor of Philosophy Versatile Microfluidic Platforms Based on Novel Magnetorheological Elastomer Lu, Hongda
    Doctor of Philosophy Control of Connected Autonomous Vehicles Yan, Yan
    Doctor of Philosophy Seat suspension control using human body motion measurement Coyte, James

Teaching Overview


  • Previously worked as:
    Research Fellow in University of Technology, Sydney.

    Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Imperial College London

    Post-Doctoral Research Associate in University of Hong Kong, respectively.
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