Man Zheng

Interests

  • System identification
  • Input and experimental design
  • Minimal order realization for HMM

Education

  • Current: Doctor’s course, Department of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University.
  • 2016-2018: Master’s Degree, Department of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University.
  • 2011-2015: Bachelor’s Degree, School of Automation Science and Engineering, South China University of Technology.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  • Zheng, M. and Ohta, Y., 2020. Input design for Bayesian frequency response identification via convex programming. Automatica. (major revision)

Peer-reviewed International Conference

  • Zheng, M. and Ohta, Y., 2020, December. The reducibility of reachable space for structured hidden Markov models. In the 59th Conference on Decision and Control, Jeju Island, Republic of Korea.
  • Zheng, M. and Ohta, Y., 2020, July. Stochastic input design problems for the frequency response in Bayesian identification. In the IFAC World Congress 2020, Berlin, Germany.
  • Zheng, M. and Ohta, Y., 2019, September. Hyperparameters estimation for Bayesian positive system identification via the EM algorithm. In the SICE Annual Conference 2019, Hiroshima, Japan. [pdf]
  • Zheng, M. and Ohta, Y., 2018, September. A quest for objective priors in Bayesian identification: a noninformative prior perspective. In the SICE Annual Conference 2018, Nara, Japan. [pdf]
  • Zheng, M. and Ohta, Y., 2018, July. Positive FIR System Identification using Maximum Entropy Prior. In the 18th IFAC Symposium on System Identification, Stockholm, Sweden.

Experience

  • 2018.4-2019.3: Research Assistant for Graduate School of Informatics.
  • 2019.10-2020.3: Research Assistant for Graduate School of Informatics.
  • Reviewer of Systems and Control Letters

Grants

  • Supported by China Scholarship Council from 2018.8 to 2020.8.
  • Telecommunications Advancement Foundation, Grants for Researchers Attending International Conferences (2020).
  • NEC C&C Foundation, Grants for Researchers Attending International Conferences (2018).