Graduiertenseminar/ Brown Bag Talks

 -  12:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
Der nationale und internationale Wettbewerb der Forschung erfordert zunehmend die Entwicklung von immer komplexeren Systemen in kürzester Zeit. Die Wettbewerbsteilnehmer fordern sich durch ihre Kompetenzen wie Innovationsdynamik heraus, innovative Lösungen in kürzester Zeit anzubieten ist für sie es…

 -  12:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
To avoid a future onset of the self-sustaining cascading process, the Kessler syndrome, there is a general consensus that the mitigation measures alone are inadequate to stabilize the current space debris environment. Therefore, Active Debris Removal missions (ADR) should be performed in the near fu…

 -  12:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
Current approaches for intelligent technology are efficient and effective, but usually also highly specific and complex - solutions are generally formed around a specific problem, even more comprehensive approaches for the treatment of multiple tasks or scenarios mostly consist of a variety of speci…

 -  14:30 Uhr
Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Actuation Approaches for Tomorrow's Versatile Legged Robots

von: Dr. Nicholas Paine  (Human Centered Robotics Lab, University of Texas at Austin)
Many legged robots today are specialized along a few dimensions of performance.  Some are agile and mechanically robust, others are energy efficient, still others are optimized for carrying large payloads.  None are able to accomplish all of these objectives simultaneously.  In this t…

 -  12:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

De-tumbling method based on eddy currents for space debris objects

von: Natalia Ortiz Gómez, Stardust Marie Curie Early stage researcher  (DFKI GmbH)
The Space Debris population has grown rapidly over the last few decades with the consequent growth of impact risk between current objects in orbit. Active Debris Removal (ADR) has been recommended to be put into practice by several National Agencies in order to remove objects that pose the biggest r…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
Cartesium 0.01

3D-Sensors: Axiomatization, Modeling, Calibration, Localization and Mapping

von: Dipl.-Inf., Dipl.-Math. Christoph Hertzberg  (Uni Bremen AG Robotik)
Kolloquium

 -  11:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
Kolloquium

 -  12:00 Uhr
Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Laser gated viewing and underwater laser scanning for maritime security applications

von: Dr. Bernd Michael Fischer  (Deutsch-Französisches Forschungsinstitut Saint-Louis)
The survey of the maritime and the underwater environment is of high interest for modern naval situational awareness as well as for the security of local operations like underwater engineering, geological exploration and identification of threats. Complementary to the use of sonar technologies, acti…

 -  12:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
Kolloquium

 -  14:30 Uhr
Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Development of High-Access Survey Robot

von: Dr. Natsuki Yamanobe  (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan)
AIST and Honda jointly developed a high-access survey robot in order to assess the situation in high locations within the nuclear reactor buildings at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. In this talk, I will introduce the survey robot and show the results of missions achieved by the rob…

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