29 August 2019: Seminar by Dr Loulin Huang, SECMS, AUT

Title: Representation of rotational motion in engineering

Abstract: This talk covers several elegant mathematical frameworks for the representation of rotational motion found in robotics, aerospace engineering, computer graphics / vision, sports study and other engineering areas. It is based on the speaker’s book: A Concise Introduction to Mechanics of Rigid Bodies.

Bio: Loulin Huang is an associate professor in School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences. After receiving his master’s degree in robotics engineering in 1988, he has since kept a strong interest in the area and has gained some insights in rotational motion representation through his research and teaching in the dynamic modelling and control of robotic and mechatronic systems.

L. Huang