Junning Huang

Junning joined the Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group at TU Darmstadt as a Ph.D. researcher in November 2020. He works with Davide Tateo and Jan Peters within IAS and its research group Safe and Reliable Robot Learning.

Before joining IAS, Junning received his bachelor‘s degree in Microelectronics, as well as his master’s degree in Computer Science from the Guangdong University of Technology. During his studies, he focused on two topics in reinforcement learning (RL): efficient exploration and RL applications in autonomous driving. His current research interest lays in three folds: 1. System Identification and Adaptive Control; 2. Observer Design; 2. Nonlinear Control, with applications on robots.


    •       Bib
      Siebenborn, M.; Belousov, B.; Huang, J.; Peters, J. (2022). How Crucial is Transformer in Decision Transformer?, Foundation Models for Decision Making Workshop at Neural Information Processing Systems.

Teaching Assistant

  • Robot Learning Integrated Project (SS 2023)

Supervised Theses and Projects

YearTypeTogether withStudent(s)TopicDocument
2023ProjectDavide TateoLu LiuSystem Identification and Control for Unitree A1
2023ProjectDavide TateoKilian FeessSystem Identification and Control for Telemax Robot
2022ProjectDavide TateoKilian FeessSystem Identification and Control for Telemax Robot
2022Master Thesis Wenhua BaoModel Based Hybrid Decision Making In Autonomous Driving
2022ProjectAn Thai LeLu Liu, Yuheng Ouyang, Jiahui ShiBenchmark Neural Lyapunov Control Algorithms on Pendulum
2022ProjectAn Thai LeChao Jin, Liyuan Xiang, Peng YanHybrid Motion-Force Optimization