Wenyu Han

I am currently a fifth-year Ph.D. student directed by Prof. Chen Feng in AI4CE Lab at New York University. I had an opportinuty to work as a reserch intern at Bosch USA this summer, directed by Dr. Yuliang Guo and Dr. Cheng Zhao. My research interests lie on embodied AI, reinforcement learning, and generative models. I received my M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering department at Northwestern University and B.S. degree at Department of Engineering Mechanics in Dalian University of Technology.

Currently, I have multiple ongoing projects: 1) 3D vectorized CAD models generation, 2) LLM and semantic mapping for the visual room rearrangement task and 3) LLM for robot navigation. Welcome undergraduate and graduate students who have related background and interests in these research topics to join in. Please reach out to me via Email.

Contact: wenyuhan@nyu.edu


  • PhD Student in MAE
    Sept. 2019 -- Now

    New York University, USA

  • M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
    Sept. 2017 -- June 2019

    Northwestern University, USA

  • B.S. in Engineering Mechanics
    Sept. 2012 -- Jun. 2016

    Dalian University of Technology, China

Research Interests

    (1) Solving robotic tasks via reinforcement learning.

    • Mobile Object Rearrangement with Learned Localization Uncertainty (Han et al., Under review ICLR 2024).

    (2) Vector content generation.

    • CityGPT: Generative Transformer for City Layout of Arbitrary Building Shape (Xie et al., Under review ICLR 2024).

    (3) Spatial reasoning.