Fachbereich Informatik

64-425 Intelligente Roboter

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


Rules of Conduct


Date G-021/G-022 (Marc) G-203 (Yannick)
2019-10-14 Introduction to our group, possible topics, scheduling presentations
2019-10-17 Topic submission Deadline @14:00
2019-11-04 (1) Mozzam Motiwala
Path Following with Reinforcement Learning for Autonomous Cars pdf
(2) Yannic Jänike
Human Pose Estimation pdf
(3) Fabian Kaleun
Car to Car Communication of Autonomous Driving Vehicles in Dangerous Situationspdf
(4) Nilesh Vijayrania
Transfer Learning for Robotic Tasks pdf
2019-11-11 (5) Moath Qasim
Deep Imitation Learning with Virtual Reality for Robot Manipulation Tasks pdf
(6) Miguel Pedregosa Perez
Fast Surface Reconstruction with Delaunay's Triangulation pdf
(7) Jan-Gerrit Habekost
Bio-Inspired Grasping in Soft Robotics pdf

2019-11-18 (9) Jonas Hagge
Flocking Navigation in Swarm Robotics pdf
(10) Yiyao Wei
Communicating Robot Motion Intent with Augmented Reality pdf
(11) Victor Rubia Lopez
Robots in Greenhouses
(12) Julian Rettelbach
Audio Source Localization in Robotics
2019-11-25 (13) Till Nicke
Dexterous Object Manipulation using Reinforcement Learning pdf
(14) Fin Töter
Multi-Agent Pathfinding (MAPF) pdf
(15) Pia Cuk
Optical Flow Estimation with Deep Neural Networks pdf
(16) Niklas Fiedler
Improving Imitation Learning with Reinforcement Learning pdf
2019-12-02 (17) Stefanie Stoppel
Brain-Computer Interface Enabled Shared Control Systems for Robotic Grasping pdf
(18) Jeanine Liebold
Image Segmentation with Gated Shape CNN for Autonomous Driving pdf
(19)Teresa Lübeck
Synchronisation of Captured Sensor Data
(20) Jan-Tarek Butt
Energy Efficient Robotic Walking
2019-12-09 (21) Volodymyr Shvets
Road Line Detection with Autonomous Cars pdf
(22) Laura Schäfer
Human-Robot-Collaboration (HRC) in an Industrial Environment pdf


2019-12-16 (25) Rohan Chaudhari
Moral Decision Making in Robotics pdf
(26) Tanja Flemming
Noise Reduction in Robot Audition pdf

2020-01-06 (29) Lisa Mickel
Few-Shot Learning for Robot Motion pdf
(30) Ahmed Abdelghany
Gesture Recognition with Convolutional Neural Networks

(31) Shirley Rix
Collision Avoidance with Lidar Sensors for Autonomous Driving
(32) Pablo Correa Gómez
GPU-Powered Robots: Path Planning
2020-01-09 Draft submission deadline @14:00 (80% of the length of the final paper)
2020-01-13 (33) Finn Rietz
Soft Actor-Critic: Deep Reinforcement Learning for Robotics pdf
(34) Nicolas Frick
Advantages of FPGA Based Robot Control Compared to CPU and MCU Based Control Methods. pdf
(35) Fahim Zaman
Autotuning in PID Controllers
(36) Vincent Rolfs
Shimon: An Intelligent Music-Playing Robot Capable of Improvising with Humans pdf
2020-01-20 (37) Ahmed Abdelghany
Gesture Recognition with Convolutional Neural Networks pdf
(38) Paul Hölzen
A Behavioral Approach to Visual Navigation with Graph Localization Networks pdf
(39) Tronje Krabbe
Reinforcement Learning for Robot Soccer
(40) Sebastian Lembcke
Recent Approaches to Driver Intent Prediction in Intelligent Vehicles
2020-01-24 Review submission deadline @14:00
2020-01-27 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 09th, 2020 at 14:00 o'clock. On January 13th, 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 27th. 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.
2020-02-07 Final paper submission deadline @23:59