Fachbereich Informatik

64-425 Intelligente Roboter

Ort G-021/G-022, G-203, G-228
Zeit Mo 16:15 - 17:45 Uhr
Veranstalter Lasse Einig, Marc Bestmann, Yannick Jonetzko


Rules of Conduct


Date G-021/G-022 G-203 G-228
2018-10-15 Introduction to our group, possible topics, scheduling presentations
2018-10-22 Brief voluntary LaTeX introduction. Bring your laptop if possible. Topic discussion also possible. No mandatory attendance.
2018-10-29 Literature research training at library. Meet @16:10 in G-021/G-022 or @16:15 at entrance of House A.
Registered Participants:
Nana Baah, Kavish Bhatia, Christopher Wulur, Oleksii Oliinyk, Stefanie Stoppel, Mozzam Motiwala, Anton Volker, Luca Knobloch, Henri Engelhardt, Glareh Mir, Benjamin Pawlowski, Ankit Srivastava, Brenda Vasiljevic, Sophia Zell, Emy Arts, Tim Reipschläger, Shahd Safarani, Robert Wolfinger, Sebastian Zörner, Matthew Ng, Florian Schmalzl, Jasper Güldenstein
2018-11-05 Artur Galstyan
Model-Based Reinforcement Learning in Robotics pdf
Anton Volkov
Fuzzy Logic for Robot Navigation pdf
Jasper Güldenstein
Challenges of Humanoid Motion Planning for Navigation pdf
Moath Qasim
Autonomous Robotics for Landmine Detection and Defusing
Lasse Einig Marc Bestmann
2018-11-12 Glareh Mir
Collision Avoidance in Micro Aerial Vehicles Motion Planning pdf
Luca Knobloch
Adaptive Strategies for Robot Soccer pdf
Dennis Struhs
Learning to Walk Using Genetic Algorithms pdf
Lukas Wendt
Fusing Camera and Lidar to Detect and Recognize Motion pdf
No talk
No talk
Kavish Bhatia
Haptic Feedback in Robot-Assisted Minimal Invasive Surgery pdf
Lasse Einig Marc Bestmann Yannick Jonetzko
2018-11-19 Florian Schmalzl
PPO Reinforcement Learning for Dexterous In-Hand Manipulation pdf
Matthew Ng
Pick-and-Place: Learning from Virtual Demonstration pdf
Vadym Gryshchuk
Neural Architectures for Continuous Life-Long Learning on Humanoid Robots pdf
Sophia Zell
Genetic Algorithms for Smooth Path Planning pdf
Janine Steinmann
Ethical Consideration of Humanoid Robots in the Area of Elderly Care
Amy Bryce
Intelligent Gait Adaption in Malfunctioning Robots pdf
Yannick Jonetzko Lasse Einig Marc Bestmann
2018-11-26 Jonas Tietz
Object Reconstruction with ICP pdf
Angelie Kraft
Emotion Recognition for Empathy-Driven HRI: An Adaptive Approach pdf
Hassan Ali
Safety in Phyical Human Robot Interaction pdf
Patrick Eickhoff
Simulation2Real: Bridging the Reality Gap
Ozan Özdemir
Human-Robot Interaction through Natural Language Dialogue pdf
Irina Barykina
Emergent Communication in Collaborative Multi-Agent Environments pdf
Yannick Jonetzko Lasse Einig Marc Bestmann
2018-12-03 Aleksej Logacjov
Stereo Vision Approaches for Human to Robot Handover pdf
Nambiar Surendrakumar
Distributed SLAM for Multi-Robot Systems Using Particle Filters pdf
Mozzam Motiwala
Neural Network controllers for Trajectory control of Mobile Autonomous Robots pdf
Shahd Safarani
Deep Reinforcement Learning for Street Following in Self-Driving Cars pdf
Tim Reipschläger
Challenges of Swarm Robotics in Search and Rescue pdf
Emy Arts
Variants of the Dijkstra and A* Algorithms Used in Path Planning pdf
Marc Bestmann Yannick Jonetzko Lasse Einig
2018-12-10 Mariela Sanchez
Bio-Inspired Soft Robotics for Exploration of Unknown Environments pdf
Anton Wiehe
Directed, Intrinsically-motivated Exploration for Reinforcement Learning in Robotics pdf
Ahmed Abdelghany
Robotics performance improvement using the cloud
No Talk
No Talk
Yannick Jonetzko Marc Bestmann
2018-12-17 Marc Siemering
Next Best View for Automated 3D Object Reconstruction pdf
Nana Baah
Human-Robot Social Interactions Through Multimodal Deep Attention Recurrent Q-Network pdf
Sonya Vijayakumar
The Kinematics of End-Effectors in Collaborative Robots pdf
Benjamin Pawlowsky
Semantic Localization for Robots Household Environments Using Neural Networks
Sebastian Zörner
Firefly Algorithm for Object Tracking in Aerial Swarm Robotics pdf
Christopher Wulur
Application of Reactive Robots with Subsumption Architecture pdf
Lasse Einig Yannick Jonetzko Marc Bestmann
2019-01-07 Ankit Srivastava
Sense-Plan-Act in Robotic Applications
Henri Engelhardt
Central Pattern Generators for Legged Locomotion
Oleksii Oliinyk
Neural Architectures for real time object detection and classification pdf
Lennart Waltke
Localization for Soccer Robots Using Omnivision pdf
Augustine Ekweariri
Formation Control of Evolutionary Aquatic Swarm Robots
Brenda Vasiljevic Souza Mendes
Brain-Based Control Systems for Animal-Like Companion Robots pdf
Marc Bestmann & Lasse Einig Yannick Jonetzko
2019-01-11 Draft submission deadline @14:00
2019-01-14 We will distribute the reviews. If you are not there you will have to come to our office to collect yours.
Augustine Ekweariri
Application of Swarm Robotics Systems to Marine Environmental Monitoring pdf
Emna Hadiji
Benjamin Pawlowsky
Velocity Prediction for Moving Objects in Regard to Collision Avoidance for Turtlebots
Robert Wolfinger
Lasse Einig, Marc Bestmann
2019-01-21 Instead of having seminar talks, you will be able to discuss the reviews you received with us. Afterwards, Marc will do a summary lecture and give you the oportunity to ask questions regarding the lecture content. Presence is not mandatory, but highly recommended.
2019-01-24 Review submission deadline @14:00
2019-01-28 Seminar Paper Peer Review (SPPR):
The SPPR is supposed to improve your own writing skills and give you feedback on your seminar paper. Each student must submit their draft until January 11th, 2017 at 14:00 o'clock. On January 14th, the submitted papers will be raffled among the other submitted papers such that each student who has submitted a paper will receive two other papers for review. The review is due on January 24th at 14:00 o'clock and will be returned to the original author and discussed on January 28th. Reviews following the review template and with sufficient quality will receive a bonus for the reviewers own seminar paper. Reviews may be anonymous on request (using a unique review ID) or the reviewer can discuss the review with the paper author. Please note, that only the latter part of the review will be handed to the author. The first part remains with the lecturer.
The review process has two main objectives. The first is for the reviewed author to receive feedback on his paper in order to improve his submission regarding the structure, scientific content, comprehensibility, wording and spelling. The second objective is for the reviewer to see how other student write their seminar paper and to see what other students do better to improve their own writing.
A draft has at least 80% of the length of the final paper. It may be missing the last touch on grammar and language. In order to pass the draft round, your draft must obey the same requirements as the final submission.
2019-02-07 Final paper submission deadline @23:59