MIN-Fakultät
Fachbereich Informatik
TAMS

64-476 Oberseminar Technische Aspekte Multimodaler Systeme

Raum F-334
Zeit Dienstag 16 - 18 Uhr (c.t.)
Veranstalter Jianwei Zhang

Termine

03.04. Vorbesprechung und Terminvergabe

10.04. fällt aus

17.04. fällt aus wegen Dies academicus

24.04. Three dimensional robotic mapping --Platform building and preliminary data processing
Vortragende: Junhao Xiao
Zusammenfassung: This presentation will focus on three dimensional robotic mapping, in other words, six dimensional simultaneous localization and mapping. The new developed three dimensional perception platform will be introduced together with some preliminary data processing results.

01.05. fällt aus wegen 1. Mai (Feiertag)

08.05. Solving Multiview Geometry Problems in Omnidirectional Vision using SOCP
Vortragender: Liwei Zhang

15.05. Flexible Modular Robotic Simulation Environment for Research and Education
Vortragender: Dennis Krupke
Folien

22.05. Behaviour Based Coordination of a Multi-Robot-System Using BDI Agents
Vortragende: Anja Richter

Pfingstferien 27.05.- 03.06.

05.06. ????
Vortragender: NN

12.06. Vistors from NUDT
16:00 Consensus Theory and Method of Cooperative Control for Multi-Agent Systems
Vortragende: Huayong Zhu
Short CV Zhu Huayong was born in 1971. He received Ph.D. Degree in control science and engineering from National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) in June, 2000. He is currently a Professor with NUDT, and director of Unmanned System Lab. His research interests include autonomous control, intelligence system and mission planning of Unmanned Aero Vehicles.
17:00 Spacecraft Rendezvous Trajectory Optimization Using Evolutionary Algorithms
Vortragende: Yazhong Luo
Short CV Ya-zhong Luo is an Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the National University of Defense Technology. He received his B.S. (2001), M.S. (2003), and Ph.D (2007) from National University of Defense Technology. He was recipient of the 2010 National Top 100 Doctoral Dissertation Award.

19.06. Two speakers!
16:00 Overview of Object Recognition
Vortragender: Haojun Guan
Abstract: An overview of object recognition which i have read in last 3 months include general process and detail approach. After the overview, there will be a short description of current idea of my research direction.
17:00 Supporting Mobile Robot's Tasks through Qualitative Spatial Reasoning
Vortragender: Pascal Rost
Abstract: In this presentation, I will demonstrate an application of qualitative spatial reasoning technologies for supporting mobile robot tasks. While focusing on detection of interaction ability, the combination of the spatial reasoning calculi RCC-8 and CDC as well as their integration with OWL-based ontologies will be covered.

26.06. Adaptive Locomotion Control of a Caterpillar-like Robot Using Policy Gradient Reinforcement Learning
Vortragender: Guoyuan Li
Zusammenfassung: This presentation will focus on the combination of CPG-based controller with reinforcement learning method. The CPG model is responsible for gait generation, while the reinforcement learning part plays a role in mapping between sensory information and the import rate of stimuli to the CPG model. Simulation result shows that this control structrue is able to achieve adaptive locomotion for a caterpillar-like robot on irregular terrain.

03.07. fällt aus

10.07. Two speakers!
16:00
Vortragender: Jianhua Zhang
17:00 (CINACS-Kolloquium) Communication through line graphs: Graphical cues, gestures and haptic line graphs
Vortragender: Dr. Cengiz Acartürk
Abstract: Statistical line graphs are widely used in daily-life communication settings, including newspapers, research reports and scientific articles. Human communication through line graphs involves the contribution of multiple sensory modalities, such as vision, audio, gesture and haptics, as well as multiple representations in the same sensory modality, such as graphical entities and language in written form, both are in visual modality. In the first part of the talk, I will present a set of experimental investigations, in which human participants were asked to sketch graphical cues on time-domain line graphs, to verbally describe graphically-cued sketches and to predict verbalized graphs among alternative representations. In the second part of the talk, the plan for future research on haptic line graphs will be presented.