Geometric Representations

The Roles of Modern Screw Theory, Lie algebra, and Geometric Algebra in Robotics

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Save the date:  June 02, 2023

Accepted Paper Information 

Please find below a list of excellent papers (extended-abstracts) accepted for presentation during the workshop. All papers have been peer-reviewed (single-blind) for the relevance of content to the workshop and basic quality. 

 

Accepted manuscripts will present a teaser of their work to all participants of the workshop (single-track presentation). Presentations will take 2-minutes. The spotlight teasers will be accompanied by posters during the interactive session at the coffee-break.

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Accepted Papers

Topics of Interest

The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers from different applied fields of robotics research with geometers and researchers of core robotics' methods. This workshop is therefore interested in covering and addressing topics within the following scope (but not limited to): 

  • Applications of Riemannian manifolds to robotics; 
  • Geometric algebra applied to data-driven methods; 
  • Data-driven methods for learning in special geometric groups; 
  • Task-Environment constraint extraction, learning, and exploration through geometric methods; 
  • Screw theory and motion representation applied to robotics;
  • Descriptors for robotics’ motion;  
  • Geometric constraints within whole-body control, multi-arm systems, and elaborated kinematics; 
  • New methods of identification and modelling through geometric methods; 
  • Clifford and motor algebra with applications to robotics' kinematics and dynamics;
  • Dual quaternion algebra and applications that go within and beyond kinematics;
  • Kinematic synthesis and analysis of mechanisms;
  • Lie algebra in robotics;
  • Optimization using geometric or topological tools; 
  • Leverage/extension of Euclidean methods to special geometric groups; 
  • AI driven design and optimization.

Contact

Dr. Luis Figueredo
luis.figueredo@tum.de 

Note: For further information, please contact the organizers or the corresponding organizers