200 Boston Avenue
Medford, MA 02155
Chenlu Wu is a Researcher at the Tufts University Center for Engineering Education and Outreach,
where her primary research interest focused on robotics, computer vision, IoT, autonomous control,
and automation. She completed her second master's degree within the Control, Robotics, Identification,
and Signal Processing Lab at Tufts University to work on a smart home robotic assistance program
for the C4-C7 Spinal Cord injury people to help them with daily care. Her first master's degree
majored in Control Science and Control Engineering while bachelor’s degree majored in Automation.
Outside of work she enjoys hiking, dancing, playing ping pong and traveling.
M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Tufts University, 2017
M.S., Control Science and Control Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 2013
B.S., Automation, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 2009
Chenlu's responsibilities in CEEO is LEGO Backpack developing.
Connects LEGO EV3/Spike Prime with non-LEGO products (microcontrollers,
sensors, etc.) to help LEGO talk with the world and offer better development
environment for LEGO educators.
- Wu Chenlu, Xiong Xiaoran, Hu Wenzhe, Yuan Yang.
Exploration of dynamic property for a reactive distillation column with two reaction sections [J].
Modern Chemical Industry, 2016 (10)
- Hu Wenze, Wu Chenlu, Xiong Xiaoran. The Design and Control of
Isopropyl Palmitate Reactive Distillation Column [J]. Chemical Engineering, 2017(1)