The Stanford Robotics Seminar provides a forum for robotics researchers across the campus to share their work. Each seminar will have four to five talks, and will be followed by a short discussion and potentially some demos. Lunch will be served before the seminar starts. The seminar this year is co-organized by the Cutkosky, Delp, Okamura, and Khatib labs.
We hope to feature some projects on the website, and welcome you to send us a 1900x850 image
describing your project.
(Scroll down to the end of the page for the organizer's contact details).
|Fri, May 30||Seminar #5 (Talk abstracts and Speaker Details)|
|Challenges in extending sampling based motion planning to the stochastic setting||Lucas Janson|
|Hapkit: A low-cost educational haptic device||Tania Morimoto|
|A dynamical system approach to learning robot motions from human demonstrations||Mohammad Khansari|
|3D ultrasound with a single transducer||Mark Stauber|
|Fri, May 16||Seminar #4 (Talk abstracts and Speaker Details)|
|Design methodologies for a remotely teleoperated bimanual underwater robot||Xiyang Yeh|
|Tactor-induced skin stretch as a sensory substitution method in teleoperation||Sam Schorr|
|Hand design for an underwater humanoid robot||Hannah Stuart|
|Developing musculoskeletal models||Apoorva Rajagopal|
|The metabolics of human biomechanical simulations||Chris Dembia|
|Fri, May 02||Seminar #3 (Talk abstracts and Speaker Details)|
|Novel instrument for kinematic measurements of mild traumatic brain injury||Fidel Hernandez|
|Opposed Grip Mechanisms for Inverted Perching||Morgan Pope|
|Robust and Flexible Control of Muscle-Driven Simulation||Justin Si|
|Contact Event Detection for Robotic Drilling||Alice Wu|
|Learning complex neural network policies with trajectory optimization||Sergey Levine|
|Fri, Apr 18||Seminar #2 (Talk abstracts and Speaker Details)|
|Sensory Substitution using 3-Degree-of-Freedom Tangential and Normal Skin Deformation Feedback||Zhan Fan Quek|
|Scalable Control of Pin Arrays||Ryder Winck|
|Combining Haptics and Functional Neuroimaging to Study Human Motor Control||Samir Menon|
|Simulation-based Design of Performance Enhancing Devices for a Standing Long Jump||Carmichael Ong|
|Fri, Apr 4||Seminar #1 (Talk abstracts and Speaker Details)|
|Humanoid Multi-contact Locomotion for 3D Unstructured Environments||Caspar Chung|
|Towards the neural dynamics of motor feedback control||Daniel O'Shea|
|Closed-loop Stiffness and Damping Accuracy of Impedance-type Haptic Displays using Effective Impedances||Nick Colonnese|
|Robot Control with Spiking Neurons||Sam Fok|
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Last updated on Apr 1st, 2014