Han Fan

Han Fan

I am PhD student working on SmokeBot project. I have a master degree of Science with major subject Engineering Physics from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. Before I went to the graduate school, I had my undergraduate education in Automation at University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, in Chengdu, P.R. China.

I am interested in a variety of topics in Mobile Robotic Olfaction, including gas sensing, gas discrimination, gas dispersion and distribution modelling, as well as gas source localization.  My current work is to address the problem of gas discrimination using e-nose in open environments where unknown interferents are present and environmental conditions are uncontrolled. 


Han Fan

AASS Research Centre
School of Science and Technology
Örebro University
70182 Örebro, Sweden
Room T1219
Phone +46 (0)19 30 30 00


Journal Articles

[1] H. Fan, V. Hernandez Bennetts, E. Schaffernicht and A. Lilienthal. Towards Gas Discrimination and Mapping in Emergency Response Scenarios Using a Mobile Robot with an Electronic Nose. Sensors, 19(3), 2019BibTeX | DiVA  ]
[2] H. Fan, V. Hernandez Bennetts, E. Schaffernicht and A. Lilienthal. A cluster analysis approach based on exploiting density peaks for gas discrimination with electronic noses in open environments. Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical, 259:183-203, 2018BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]
[3] J. Monroy, V. Hernandez Bennetts, H. Fan, A. Lilienthal and J. Gonzalez-Jimenez. GADEN : A 3D Gas Dispersion Simulator for Mobile Robot Olfaction in Realistic Environments. Sensors, 17(7):1479-1494, 2017BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]
[4] V. Hernandez Bennetts, T. P. Kucner, E. Schaffernicht, P. P. Neumann, H. Fan and A. J. Lilienthal. Probabilistic Air Flow Modelling Using Turbulent and Laminar Characteristics for Ground and Aerial Robots. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 2(2):1117-1123, 2017BibTeX | DiVA  ]
[5] S. Asadi, H. Fan, V. Hernandez Bennetts and A. Lilienthal. Time-dependent gas distribution modelling. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 96:157-170, 2017BibTeX | DiVA  ]

Refereed Conference and Workshop Articles

[1] H. Fan, M. A. Arain, V. Hernandez Bennetts, E. Schaffernicht and A. J. Lilienthal. Improving Gas Dispersal Simulation For Mobile Robot Olfaction: Using Robotcreatedoccupancy Maps And Remote Gas Sensors In The Simulation Loop. In 2017 ISOCS/IEEE International Symposium on Olfaction andElectronic Nose (ISOEN 2017) Proceedings 2017BibTeX | DiVA  ]
[2] Y. Xing, T. A. Vincent, M. Cole, J. W. Gardner, H. Fan, V. Hernandez Bennetts, E. Schaffernicht and A. Lilienthal. Mobile robot multi-sensor unit for unsupervised gas discrimination in uncontrolled environments. In IEEE SENSORS 2017 : Conference Proceedings, pages 1691-1693, 2017BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]
[3] V. Hernandez Bennetts, E. Schaffernicht, A. J. Lilienthal, H. Fan, T. P. Kucner, L. Andersson and A. Johansson. Towards occupational health improvement in foundries through dense dust and pollution monitoring using a complementary approach with mobile and stationary sensing nodes. In Proceedings of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), pages 131-136, 2016BibTeX | DiVA  ]
[4] H. Fan, V. Hernandez Bennetts, E. Schaffernicht and A. J. Lilienthal. Unsupervised gas discrimination in uncontrolled environments by exploiting density peaks. In 2016 IEEE SENSORS 2016BibTeX | DiVA  ]

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