Graduated Seminar/ Brown Bag Talks

 -  02:00 pm
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
Robots with high levels of autonomy are crucial for a fast and fruitful development of space exploration, but hard challenges exist. One of the most challenging goals is to achieve systems capable of predicting accurately the results of their actions, deliver and autonomously develope theories whic...

 -  02:00 pm
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 research. The details of the work will be presented and questions will be ...

 -  02:00 pm
Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

ARES: Autonomous Routing on Extreme Surfaces

from: J. Ricardo Sánchez Ibañez & Carlos J. Pérez-del-Pulgar  (Universität Málaga)
Autonomy in planetary exploration is nowadays in the spotlight since space agencies are preparing different missions to place rovers in other planets and satellites. Although autonomy has been widely researched for terrestrial applications, it remains to be fully adapted to rovers. To solve this iss...

 -  02:00 pm
Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
The objective of this short talk is to share experience from my journey after leaving Bremen and to be there for questions. Starting my career in Berlin as a mathematician, I had been working in the robotics institute for almost 7 years and became a machine learning expert. Last year, I joined the m...

 -  02:00 pm
Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Possibilities and challenges in computer-assisted surgery (CAS)

from: Dr. Jan Wolff , Dr. Maureen van Eijnatten  (VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, NL)
Currently spatial information embedded in CT scans is being increasingly used to personalise treatments in medicine by means of computer-assisted surgery (CAS). The field of computer-assisted surgery encompasses virtual surgical planning, 3D printing of personalised constructs such as anatomical mod...

 -  02:00 pm
Externer Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Autonomous and robotic observations of the Arctic sea ice and the associated ecosystem

from: Christian Katlein  (Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven)
To better observe the ongoing changes in the polar climate- and ice-associated ecosystem, the Alfred-Wegener-Institute is developing new technologies for ice based observations in the framework of the Helmholtz initiative “FRontiers in Arctic marine Monitoring (FRAM)”. This includes the development ...

 -  09:00 am
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
Im Rahmen des Robocademy Final Meetings werden zwölf Vorträge gehalten.

 -  02:00 pm
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03

Feldtests auf Teneriffa und Lanzarote

from: Janosch Machowinski  (DFKI GmbH)

 -  01:00 pm
Externer Vortrag
RH5 117

Planning and control of robotic multi-contact interactions: manipulation and locomotion

from: Dr. Máximo A. Roa  (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Robotics and Mechatronics Center (RMC))
Interaction of robots with the real world requires making and breaking multiple contacts with the environment, either for robot balancing and locomotion or for grasping and manipulation of objects. Planning and control issues for such interactions will be discussed during the talk. Design tools and ...

 -  02:00 pm
DFKI Vortrag
RH1 A 1.03
While serial robots are known for their versatility in applications, larger workspace, simpler modeling and control, they have certain disadvantages like limited precision, lower stiffness and poor dynamic  characteristics in general. A parallel robot can offer higher stiffness, speed, accuracy...

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