RSS 2016 Workshop on Robot-Environment Interaction for Perception and Manipulation
Submission deadline: April 29th 2016
Submission deadline: April 29th 2016
Deadline for extended abstract submission: June 22
Full-day workshop on July 23rd, Alicante, Spain.
Deadline for student application: June 20
Deadline for paper submission: June 30
September 18th, 2014
This workshop is sponsored by the TC on Mobile Manipulation. Deadline for submission of papers is July 18th.
Areas of interest (listed in no particular order) are:
This workshop is supported by the TC on Algorithms for Planning and Control of Robot Motion. The workshop's topics cover, but are not limited to:
If you are attending ICRA 2014, you might be interested in the following workshops
Autonomous Grasping and Manipulation: An Open Challenge (May 31st)
Organizers: Renaud Detry, Oliver Kroemer, Danica Kragic
Experiences of Research on Robot Assistance for Industrial Environments (ERRA) (May 31st)
Organizers: Mustafa Suphi Erden, Ole Madsen, Anders Billesø Beck
Active Visual Learning and Hierarchical Visual Representations for General-Purpose Robot Vision (May 31st)
Organizers: Ales Ude, Ales Leonardis, Kostas Daniidlis, Tamim Asfour
Visual Place Recognition in Changing Environments (June 1st)
Organizers: Niko Sünderhauf, Peter Corke, Michael Milford
Advances in robot manipulation of clothes and flexible objects (June 1st)
Organizers: Giorgio Cannata, Sotiris Malassiotis, Vaclav Hlavac
Robots in Homes and industry: where to look first? (June 1st)
Organizers: Michael Zillich, Simone Frintrop, Fiora Pirri, Jim Little, Ekaterina Potapova
Motion Planning for Industrial Robots (June 5th)
Organizers: Jean Paul Laumond, Dinesh Manocha, Eiichi Yoshida
The workshop will bring together researchers working on the human and robot side of grasping to identify novel directions and emphases in robotics grasping/manipulation research. The invited speakers will present paired presentations contrasting the insights gained into different key aspects on how humans grasp vs. how robots should grasp:
Hands: Francisco Valero-Cuevas, USC, and Aaron Dollar, Yale
Grasping and manipulation: Marco Santello, ASU, and Antonio Bicchi (TBC), U. Pisa
Perception for grasping/manipulation: Michael Arbib, USC, and Justus Piater, U. Innsbruck
Hope to see you in Berkeley!
Oliver Brock, Dmitry Berenson, Jim Mainprice, Clemens Eppner & Maximo A. Roa
Hope to see you in Atlanta!
Jim Mainprice, Dmitry Berenson, Dana Kulić, Olivier Stasse
This full-day tutorial is intended to expose both novice and expert users to the most recent developments, both theoretical and practical, on the topic of motion planning for mobile manipulation. The tutorial will combine talks on the latest algorithmic developments by leading experts with hands-on sessions where implemented tools will be presented and where participants will walk through actual applications in mobile manipulation.
Interactive perception is a holistic approach towards autonomous exploration. It shifts the emphasis from individual subfields such as control, planning, reasoning, learning, and perception towards the implementation of task-specific capabilities. In interactive perception, we understand the world based on functionality and behavior. As a result, manipulation becomes an integral part of perception. In other words, purposeful manipulation depends on the robot's ability to curiously explore its unknown environment through interaction.
IROS 2011 will celebrate the last 50 years of robotics with a series of special symposia. One of these symposia is on Mobile Manipulation. This symposium will consist of a combination of invited talks by leading researchers and practitioners in mobile manipulation and invited papers addressing the state of the art in this field and future directions.
The aim of the workshop is to discuss current problems and futuredirections in contact motion generation. Recent years have seensignificant progress toward enabling autonomous mobile robots tointeract with unstructured, dynamic, and human-centeredenvironments.
This workshop explores new approaches to mobile manipulation with an emphasis on the relationship between machine learning and successful interaction in human environments. Autonomous manipulation in human environments is challenging because of the associated high dimensional state space and its inherent uncertainties. It requires perceptual and manipulation skills which are robust against sparse, incomplete and noisy information.
The aim of this workshop is to discuss the state of the art in mobile manipulation research. Robust, reliable mobile manipulation is critical for robotic applications in the home, health care and retail industries.
The first CoTeSys-ROS Fall School on Cognition-enabled MobileManipulation will be held from 1.11.2010 until 6.11.2010 at Technische Universität München in Munich, Germany. The school will be organizedby the Cluster of Excellence Cognition for Technical Systems,Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group at TU Munich and Willow Garage.
The top 20 robotics Ph.D. students worldwide with a solid background in mobile manipulation are invited to gather for one week in a stimulating environment to explore, revise, and improve what is considered best practice in mobile manipulation today. The intended outcome of the research camp is an open source library of refactored and harmonized mobile manipulation algorithms and harmonized interfaces between the various hardware and software components.
The aim of this workshop is to discuss the state of the art in mobile manipulation research. We are particularly interested in the mobile aspect of manipulation where robots need to move around in cluttered environments to manipulate everyday objects.
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