Liang Li

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I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Couzin lab at the Max Planck Department of Collective Behaviour, Konstanz, Germany. I study collective motion in fish school by artificial tools, including robotic fish and virtual reality technique. During my Ph. D, I focused on design, control, modelling and optimising of carangiform robotic fish. Based on the robotic fish platform, energy saving mechanism in collective motion in fish school was systematically explored in both spatial and time scales. I will continue test this hypothesis in the real fish system and explore further mechanisms in collective motion in fish school by projecting controllable virtual fish.

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Education

2017 - Present Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Collective Behaviour, Max Planck Institute for ornithology
Advisor:  Prof. Iain D. Couzin
2011 - 2016 Ph. D, Intelligent Control Laboratory, Peking University
Advisor:  Prof. Guangming Xie
2007 - 2011 B.Sc. Chongqing University

Awards

2016 May Fourth Scholarship Award
2012 - 2013 May Fourth Scholarship Award
2011 National Scholarship Award
2008 - 2010 The Scholarship For Comprehensive Performance

Honors

2016 Outstanding graduate in Beijing
2016 Outstanding graduate in Peking University
2015 Merit student in Peking University
2015 Participated in and completed the Hands-On Research in Complex Systems School in The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics. And got a Distinguished Poster Award. (6/70)
2014 Champion of the International Underwater Robot Competition
Champion of Robot Competition of China and RoboCup Open
2013 Champion of Underwater Robot Competition of China
Champion of Robot Competition of China and RoboCup Open
Peking University Innovation Award
2012 Champion of Underwater Robot Competition of China
Present of Robot Association of Peking University
2010 Honorable Mention in the Interdisciplinary Contest In Modeling
Outstanding Student Award Winner
Outstanding Projects of 'Innovative Experiment Projects' (Leader of this Project)
2008 Outstanding Student Award Winner