Seminar Humanoid Robots (Freiburg, Summer 2007)
Humanoid robots have become popular in recent years not only
in science fiction, but also in research.
The seminar covers topics relevant for the design and control of such
robots. This includes perception of the robot’s environment,
realization of low-level skills, higher-level behavior control, and
Dr. Sven Behnke and Dr.
- You have to prepare a talk of approx. 30 minutes
and write a
summary. Both can be done in English or German. Including
discussion your slot will be 45 minutes.
- The seminar will held as a Blockseminar on
Tuesday, 24.7.2007 9:30-12:45 in
- The summaries should be approx. 10
summaries will not be accepted. The summaries must be submitted
August 15th, 2007.
have been assigned in the first meeting.
- 10:15: Localization
- 11:00: Human-like
Person Tracking [Jan Meyer]
- 11:15 -
Recognition and Cross-modal Mimicry [Matthias Laquai]
- 12:45: Human
Capture [Balint Atila Gorog]
- 14:15: Hand
Tracking [Johannes Schwenk]
- 15:00: Learning to
Reach for Joint Attention [Muhammad Awais]
Computer Science, Departments: I,