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Ming-Yen Wei | Engineering and Technology | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr Ming-Yen, Wei National Formosa University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Taiwan

Assist. Prof. Dr. Ming-Yen was born in Taichung City, Taiwan ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ผ on April 20, 1983. He earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from National Formosa University in 2005 and 2007, and his Ph.D. from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology in 2012 ๐ŸŽ“. After a decade in industrial technical roles, he joined National Formosa University as an Assistant Professor in early 2023 ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿซ. His research interests include motor drive control, embedded systems, control theory applications, mechatronics, and robotics ๐Ÿค–โš™๏ธ.

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Research focus

Dr. Ming-Yen Wei’s research primarily focuses on the design, control, and implementation of advanced motion control systems and platforms. His work encompasses the development of servo control systems, multi-axis motion chairs, and flight simulators, utilizing CAN bus and microcontroller technologies. Additionally, he has contributed to the creation of motion-cueing algorithms and inverse kinematics for six degrees of freedom (6DoF) platforms. His research has significant applications in robotics, aerospace, and virtual reality simulations, showcasing innovations in precision motion control and system integration.

Publication top notes

Design and Control of a Three-Axis Motion Servo Control System Based on a CAN Bus

Design and Implementation of a New Training Flight Simulator System

Design and Control of a Multi-Axis Servo Motion Chair System Based on a Microcontroller

Design of a DSP-Based Motion-Cueing Algorithm Using the Kinematic Solution for the 6-DoF Motion Platform

Design and implementation of inverse kinematics and motion monitoring system for 6dof platform

Optimal Control-based Motion Cueing Algorithm Design for 6DOF Motion Platform

Design and Implementation of the Inverse Kinematics and Monitoring Module for Six-axis Crank Arm Platform

Design, Analysis, and Implementation of a Four-DoF Chair Motion Mechanism

Ming-Yen Wei | Engineering and Technology | Best Researcher Award

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