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Seminar Robot Navigation - WS 2011/12

Requirements & Information
  • Organizers: Prof. Dr. Maren Bennewitz (Juniorprof.) and Prof Dr. Wolfram Burgard
  • Co-Organizers: Dipl. Inf. Armin Hornung, Dipl. Inf. Daniel Maier, and Dipl. Inf. Kai Wurm
  • You have to prepare a talk of 30 minutes and to write a summary. Both can be done in English or German.
  • The seminar is restricted to 9 students.
  • Please register via the LSF (click here). We apply the strategy: first come, first serve.
  • The seminar will be held as a "Blockseminar" on February 21 starting at 9.30 s.t..
  • The first meeting will be on November 4, 10.00 s.t. (for registered students only) in room 101 00 026.
  • A first version of the slides for the presentation must be sent to the superviser on January 31 at the latest.
  • A first version of the summary must be sent to the superviser on February 05. You can revise the summary once according to the comments of your supervisor. The final version has to be submitted by February 12.
  • The summaries should be 7 pages long at maximum (latex, a4wide, 11pt) not counting the bibliography and figures. Significantly longer summaries will not be accepted.
  • Topics will be assigned in the first meeting.

Updated Information:
  • The seminar takes place on February 21, starting 9.30 s.t. in Building 101, room 01 009/013. Please be there on time!

Schedule
    DayFrom To Presenter
    Tue 9:30 10:10Diego Cerdan Puyol
    Tue 10:10 10:50Benedikt Mendorf
    Tue 10:50 11:00 10 Min Break
    Tue 11:00 11:40 Daniel Leinfelder
    Tue 11:40 12:20 Johannes Meyer
    Tue 12:20 13:201h Lunch Break
    Tue 13:20 14:00Tobias Domhan
    Tue 14:00 14:40 Malte Ahl

Papers
  1. L. Baudouin, N. Perrin, T. Moulard, F. Lamiraux, O. Stasse, and E. Yoshida
    Real-time Replanning Using 3D Environment for Humanoid Robot
    presented at Humanoids 2011.
    [supervisor: Maren Bennewitz]
  2. Neil Dantam and Mike Stilman
    The Motion Grammar
    presented at ICRA 2011 / RSS 2011.
    [supervisor: Maren Bennewitz]
  3. Jacqueline Kenney, Thomas Buckley, and Oliver Brock
    Interactive Segmentation for Manipulation in Unstructured Environments
    presented at ICRA 2009.
    [supervisor: Kai Wurm]
  4. T. Grundmann, M. Fiegert, and W. Burgard
    Probabilistic Rule Set Joint State Update as Approximation to the Full Joint State Estimation Applied to Multi Object Scene Analysis
    presented at IROS 2010.
    [supervisor: Kai Wurm]
  5. Eitan Marder-Eppstein, Eric Berger, Tully Foote, Brian Gerkey, and Kurt Konolige
    The Office Marathon: Robust Navigation in an Indoor Office Environment
    presented at ICRA 2010.
    [supervisor: Armin Hornung]
  6. Paul Vernaza, Maxim Likhachev, Subhrajit Bhattacharya, Sachin Chitta, Aleksandr Kushleyev, and Daniel D. Lee
    Search-based Planning for a Legged Robot over Rough Terrain
    presented at ICRA 2009.
    Background paper: Maxim Likhachev and Anthony Stentz: R* Search (AAAI 2008). [supervisor: Armin Hornung]
  7. Hauke Strasdat, J.M.M. Montiel, Andrew J. Davison
    Scale-drift Aware Large Scale Monocular SLAM
    presented at RSS 2010.
    [supervisor: Daniel Maier]
  8. E. Einhorn, Ch. Schroeter, H.-M. Gross
    Attention-Driven Monocular Scene Reconstruction for Obstacle Detection, Robot Navigation and Map Building
    published in RAS 2011.
    [supervisor: Daniel Maier]
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