Engineering Department, University of Oxford
FOLDING SURFACES, ORIGAMI STRUCTURE, 2015-2016
My 4th year project is to model the folding and expansion process using numerical structural analysis, to determine the stress/ strain distributions on the surface according to different folding schemes, and to find an optimum folding scheme to relieve peak stress at vertices. The results of the project may be used to assist the development of very large foldable antenna reflectors at the European Space Agency.
MEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSIGN SOFTWARE DESIGN, 2014-2015
My 3rd year project is a group project building an intelligent software application for the diagnosis and treatment of a brain disease named arteriovenous malformations (AVM). My main contributions are researching about the nature of AVM and the current need for clinicians, pre-filtering CT images, investigating various segmentation methods, and designing user interface of the software based on doctors' needs.
THE DESIGN AND OPTIMISATION OF STEPHENSON'S BRITANNIA BRIDGE, Oct-Dec, 2014
In the 3rd year B1 individual project, I worked on a project which investigates the control of stresses in a multi-span bridge. A simple model is built and analysed firstly and then developed into a complicated form in which more realistic factors are considered. The main learning outcome of this project is how to use computational tools and knowledge such as finite element method and optimization to solve real construction problem.
ROBOTICS COURSE MODULUS
I program a robotic car using C to enable it travel by tracking the black guidelines on floor through pixel recognition and avoid any obstacles in front.