Universität Bonn: Autonomous Intelligent Systems GroupHumanoid Soccer School 2013

International Summer School on Humanoid Soccer Robots 2013

July 22nd – July 26th, 2013

University of Bonn, Germany
 

Background

The development of humanoid robots able to play soccer is a fundamental challenge problem for robotics and AI. Since the start of the humanoid league in 2002, there have been lots of improvements in humanoid soccer robots hardware and software. This is partially due to the introduction of standard platforms (Nao, DARwIn-OP, NimbRo-OP) and competitions for complex simulated robots (3D Simulation).

Objective

The objective of the school is to give students deep insights into the currently leading approaches to bipedal locomotion, dynamic motion generation, environment perception, tactics, and team play. Lectures by leading experts will provide the necessary theoretical background for hands-on exercises with humanoid soccer robots.

Program

The program is based on three pillars: 

Speakers

Organizers

Registration

The number of participants is limited. Please register here

Acknowledgement

We acknowledge the support of

 The RoboCup Federation

and

 igus GmbH.

Impressions

           

Flyer

Humanoid_Soccer_School_2013.pdf

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Universität Bonn, Institute for Computer Science, Autonomous Intelligent Systems