IROS 2023 in Detroit: MIRMI Represented with 38 Papers and five Workshops
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Workshops will happen on the 1st and 5th of October. Their topics range from formal methods of robotics design and control, Multi-Agent Dynamic Games, and machine learning for object grasping to concrete robotics and AI solutions for health and well-being, and the factory of the future.
IROS papers reflect the interdisciplinary work undertaken by MIRMI PIs. These papers include “The ILIAD Safety Stack: Human-Aware, Infrastructure-Free Navigation of Industrial Mobile Robots (I)” by Prof. Achim Lilienthal, Prof. Haddadin and team, and “Determination of the Characteristics of Gears of Robot-Like Systems by Analytical Description of Their Structure” by Prof. Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Prof. Markus Zimmermann, and Prof. Karsten Stahl, and team. Additionally, MIRMI members are joining workshops co-organized by their colleagues. Prof. Angela Schoellig will deliver a presentation as part of the workshop on the design and control of robotic systems, while Prof. Alin Albu-Schaeffer will present in the Geriatronics AI workshop.
This is the list of workshops and papers contributed by MIRMI – TUM researchers.
|MADGames: Workshop on Multi-Agent Dynamic Games
|Geriatronics: AI and Robotics for Health and Well-Being in Older Age
|Formal methods techniques in robotics systems: Design and control
|Robotics & AI in Future Factory
|Learning Meets Model-Based Methods for Manipulation and Grasping
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