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Rettungsroboter der TU Darmstadt Weltmeister bei der RoboCup-WM in Brasilien

Bei der diesjährigen RoboCup-Weltmeisterschaft, die von 19. bis 25. Juli in João Pessoa, Brasilien ausgetragen wurde, konnte sich das Team Hector der TU Darmstadt in der RoboCup Rescue-League gegen die internationale Konkurrenz durchsetzen und erstmals den Weltmeistertitel erringen. Außerdem gewann des Team erneut den Preis für den intelligentesten Roboter.

Talk by Jan Faigl, July 9, 3pm, on Multi-Goal Path Planning in Mobile Robotics

Multi-goal path planning is a problem to find a shortest path for a robot to visit a given set of locations in the robot's operating environment. This problem can be found in many practical applications where mobile robots are requested to collect information about the environment or to visit desired sites. This planning problem can be formulated as the traveling salesman problem or multiple traveling salesman problem in a case of a multi-robot team.

Talk by Iliya Gurov June 25 at 3pm

On Wednesday, June 25, at 3pm we will have a talk by Iliya Gurov on
A Holistic Framework for Controlled and Reproducible Sensor Network Experimentation in A102.

Talk by Prof. Gian Pietro Picco, Wednesday, Mai 14, 3pm in A102 on 14.05.2014 at 15:00h - Are Those Trees Messing with My Wireless Sensor Network?

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Are Those Trees Messing with My Wireless Sensor Network? 

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Rescue Robot Team Hector Wins at RoboCup GermanOpen

 

After a strong comeback in the competition, GRK's Team Hector comes in first at RoboCup GermanOpen in Magdeburg and wins RoboCup Rescue League as well as Best-in-Class Autonomy Award for the most intelligent robot for the fourth time in a row.

Talk by Dr. Abdelmajid Kheli on 16.04.2014 at 15.00h - New Enabling Communication Technologies and Architectures for the Internet of Vehicles

Topic: New Enabling Communication Technologies and Architectures for the Internet of Vehicles

Talk by Stephen McGill on 19.03.2014 at 15:00h - Human Interface Control of Next Generation Humanoids

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Human Interface Control of Next Generation Humanoids

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Talk by Stefan Kohlbrecher and Oskar von Stryk - "Humanoid Robotics for Disaster Response with Communication Constraints - Lessons from the DRC Trials" on 05.03.2014 at 15:00h

The next talk in our GK seminar, which will be held on Wednesday, March 05, at 3pm in A102.

We will have a presentation by Stefan Kohlbrecher and Oskar von Stryk. The title of the talk is

"Humanoid Robotics for Disaster Response with Communication Constraints - Lessons from the DRC Trials"

Talk by Alexander Stumpf, a new coming PhD student in the GK on 19.02.2014 at 15:00h

Title: "Perception and Planning for Rough Terrain Locomotion of a Humanoid Robot / Umgebungserkennung und Bewegungsplanung zur Überwindung schwierigen Terrains durch einen Humanoidroboter".

Talk by Mohammadreza Mahmudimanesh on 05.02.2014 at 15:00h

Title: Handling Node and Link Failures in Compressed Sensing for Wireless Sensor Networks

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Talk by Prof. Danny Hughes on 22.01.2014 at 15:00h

The ESS and DVS groups are pleased to invite you to a talk by Prof. Danny Hughes on Wednesday, January 22nd, at 3pm in our GK room A102.

 

Title: Next Generation Sensing Systems

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