top of page


Chao Huang is a Research Assistant Professor at the Department of Industrial and System Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnical University, Hong Kong, China. Dr. Chao Huang joined PolyU in August 2021 after working as a research fellow at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), where she designed and developed advanced human-machine shared control systems for highly automated vehicles. Before NTU, Dr. Chao Huang conducted research on motion planning for autonomous driving, as a project researcher at the National Institutes of Informatics (NII).

From 2014 to 2018, Chao did a Ph.D. study at the
University of Wollongong. She worked on the design of advanced fault-tolerant control systems for Steer-by-Wire systems. She also worked on optimization control design of chemical processes at the Chinese University of Petroleum (Beijing), where she received an M.S. in Control Engineering and a Bachelor's degree in Automation in 2014 and 2012, respectively. She actively participated in optimization control of human-machine intelligent systems including automated vehicles, robots,s, and UAVs.

Dr. Chao Huang has been actively contributing to major venues in research on
Human-machine intelligent systems. Having published various research papers on control engineering and automotive engineering, she is a co-author of "Wireless Communication Networks Supported by Autonomous UAVs and Mobile Ground Robots". She has served on program committees and/or helped to organize special issues on sensors, Machines, Aerospace. She has served as review editor of Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering

bottom of page