Graduated Seminar/ Brown Bag Talks

Wednesday 22. May 2019 - 22. May 2019 02:00 PM
Category: DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Modern C++

From:  Hans Hohenfeld (Universität Bremen)

The upcoming C++20 standard, which is feature complete since February 2019, will be the largest update to the C++ programming language since C++11 and is expected to fundamentally change the way we think about and write programs...[more]

Wednesday 24. April 2019 - 24. April 2019 02:00 PM
Category: DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

How Do We Control Robots? (Part 1)

From:  Dr.-Ing. José de Gea Fernández (DFKI GmbH)

Friday 29. March 2019 - 29. March 2019 01:00 PM
Category: DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Field Test Morocco - Mars Analogue Simulations in the African Desert

From:  Dr. Thomas Vögele (DFKI GmbH)

This talk gives a report on field tests organized by DFKI RIC in Morocco during November and December 2018. The field tests were part of the EU project "FACILITATORS", in which DFKI was responsible for the provision of...[more]

Wednesday 20. March 2019 - 20. March 2019 02:00 PM
Category: DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Talk on Software-Board

From:  Dr. Sirko Straube (DFKI GmbH)

This Brown Bag Talk presents the current state of work of the software-board. The general goal of this group is to increase the development quality and reduce the risk of double developments without blocking cutting edge...[more]

Wednesday 06. March 2019 - 06. March 2019 02:00 PM
Category: DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

InFuse: Framework for Data Fusion Software Engineering

From:  Raúl Dominguez (DFKI GmbH)

In the project InFuse the Common Data Fusion Framework (CDFF) and the Developer Tools (CDFF Dev) were designed, implemented and tested (Dominguez et al., 2018). At this stage, we are excited to present the features of the final...[more]

Wednesday 27. February 2019 - 27. February 2019 02:00 PM
Category: DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Phd-Talk: Variable Stiffness Mechanisms

From:  Christoph Stoeffler (DFKI GmbH)

In this talk, the general idea of ``Variable Stiffness Mechanisms'' is presented and a specific design to achieve stiffness modulation in mechanisms is explicated. Following this approach, we want to exploit Parallel Redundant...[more]

Friday 22. February 2019 - 22. February 2019 01:00 PM
Category: Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Gast-Vortrag: Modeling and Identification of Robotic Manipulators – A Geometric Approach

From:  Prof. Andreas Müller (JKU, Linz)

Robots are controlled mechanisms, and their analysis and control requires adequately accurate but at the same time efficient models. While in the past, the computational efficacy of the kinematic and dynamic models were...[more]

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