Activities / News

Summer School Homepage online

The research trainig group "Cooperative, Adaptive and Responsive Monitoring in Mixed Mode Environments" announces its summer school taking place from August, 18th to August, 22nd 2008 at Castle Ebernburg, Germany.

When you are interested have a look at http://www.gkmm.de/summerschool/.

Talks: Dry run of talks for the upcoming Dagstuhl event

At April 30th the talks for the upcoming Dagstuhl meeting are presented. We will meet at C120 and expect to hear two talks. First the joint talk about our planned MM-ulator and second a talk by Micha Andriluka about computer vision.

Talk: "On the Spatial Statistics of Optical Flow: Analysis, Modeling, and Estimation" by Prof. Stefan Roth

 Prof. Stefan Roth (http://www.gris.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/~sroth/) from TUD will be giving a talk on Wed April 16 1.30pm in the GK meeting.

Talk: "Deterministic Multi-Threaded Code Generation for Safety-Critical Embedded" by Sandeep K. Shukla

Sandeep K. Shukla
Associate Professor of Computer Engineering
Deputy Director of Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications
Director of FERMAT Lab
Virginia Polytechnic and State University

Talk: "UAV detection, monitoring and integration with Wireless Sensor Networks" by Prof. Anibal Ollero

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zu einem Vortrag im Kolloquium des Graduiertenkollegs
Cooperative, Adaptive and Responsive Monitoring in Mixed Mode Environments

Zeit:       Freitag, den 25. Januar 2008, 14.30 Uhr

Ort:        Raum S2|02-C120 (Piloty-Gebaeude, Hochschulstr. 10)

Referent:   Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anibal Ollero

Slides and video of Urban Challenge presentation available

A video from the talk and the slides are now public. Please have a look here for the material.

Congratulations to Virginia Tech's third place in Urban Challenge competition

On Nov 3, 2007, team Victor Tango's autonomous car Odin scored an exceptional third place in the DARPA Urban Challenge competition of autonomous, robotic cars at Victorville, CA, and earned a $500,000 prize.

New GKmM Website launched

After a long beta phase the new website of our GK is launched and made available for the public.

Our new platform provides external students, researchers and the interested public an easy way to get informations about our GK and supports the participating PhD students in collaborating with each other.

GK members participated in WASP Workshop in Darmstadt

Arthur, Daniel and Faisal participated in the WASP Workshop, which was taking place here in Darmstadt on September 27. WASP stands for Wirelessly Accessible Sensor Populations and is an EU-funded research project. The projects task is to apply and develop WSN technology to applications in three selected business areas: Assisted road transport, elderly care and herd health control.