Universitšt Bonn: Autonomous Intelligent SystemsInstitute for Computer Science VI: Autonomous Intelligent Systems

Lab Cognitive Robotics (MA-INF 4304) (B) [B]

Seminar Cognitive Robotics  (MA-INF 4211) (B) [B]

Projektgruppe Kognitive Robotik (BA-INF 051) (B) [B]


Prof. Dr. Sven Behnke


Block course: March 2nd - March 20th, 2015


Organizational meeting: Friday, February 6th 2014, 13:00 s.t, room I.42, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 144
 

Cognitive robotics is an active research area at the border between artificial intelligence and robotics. 

It investigates and tries to implement in technical systems mental functions, which are associated with intelligence.
This covers the perception of the environment, action planning, and learning.

In this block course, the students will implement algorithms for the control of our cognitive robots.
This time, the lab will focus on our new mobile manipulation robot Momaro, which combines a novel locomotion concept (legs ending in steerable pairs of wheels) with an anthropomorphic upper body and a head with many sensors.

The students will work in small groups.

The lab is a good preparation for writing a Master's thesis in the Autonomous Intelligent Systems group.

Active participants will have the opportunity to join our RoboCup team NimbRo.


Prerequisites

- Good programming skills in C/C++ or some other object-oriented programming language.

- Knowledge in robotics, artificial intelligence, or machine learning is helpful.

Mobile Manipulation Robot Momaro Mobile Manipulation Robot Momaro Turning Valve Handle


Universitšt Bonn, Institute for Computer Science, Departments: I, II, III, IV, V, VI