Avinash Ranganath presented in October, 27th, 2016 his PhD Thesis. Its title is Locomotion through morphology, evolution and learning for legged and limbless robots. The advisor of the thesis was Luis Moreno. The examining committee was formed by Antonio Barrientos, Giuseppe Carbone and Santiago...
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9 November 2016
Project RoBot for Autonomous unDerGround trenchless opERations, mapping and navigation, BADGER, has been recently approved by the European Comission. The project will be coordinated by the Robotics Lab and is among the ICT program from by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme....
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30 September 2016
Our colleague Santigo Morante presented his PhD Thesis on 4th March, 2016. The Thesis is entitled “Continuous Goal-Directed Actions: Advances in Robot Learning" and deals with a new paradigm of robot imitation where the continuous state of the environment is affected by an action is modeled. Each...
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9 March 2016
Last Friday after Prof. Shibata's lecture he was invited to visit our laboratory and discuss about the challenges and possibilities of social robotics. He looked over our robots and held several meetings with Robotics Lab members.
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5 February 2016