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Seminar Robot Navigation - WS 2012/13

Seminar Robot Navigation

Requirements & Information
  • Organizers: Prof. Dr. Maren Bennewitz (Juniorprof.) and Prof Dr. Wolfram Burgard
  • Co-Organizers: Daniel Maier, Christoph Sprunk, Pratik Agarwal, Markus Kuderer, Nichola Abdo, and Henrik Kretzschmar
  • 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 online registration system. We apply the strategy: first come, first serve.
  • The seminar will be held as a "Blockseminar" on February 19th in building 101, room 01-016.
  • The first meeting will be on Monday, October 29, 2.00 p.m. in room 00-010/014, building 101 (for registered students only) .
  • A first version of the slides for the presentation must be sent to the superviser on January 20 at the latest.
  • A first version of the summary must be sent to the superviser on February 3. You can revise the summary once according to the comments of your supervisor. The final version has to be submitted by February 10.
  • 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.
  • A list of papers will be published soon.

Updated Information:
  • The seminar takes place on Tuesday, February 19th in building 101, room 01-016.

DayFrom To Presenter
Tue 10:00 10:40Patrick Ebner
Tue 10:40 11:20Serdar Oguz Ata
Tue 11:20 11:30 10 Min Break
Tue 11:30 12:10Florin Godard
Tue 12:10 13:101h Lunch Break
Tue 13:10 13:50Stefan Glaser
Tue 13:50 14:30 Jonas Koenemann

  1. Dmitry Berenson, Joel Chestnutt, Siddhartha S. Srinivasa, James J. Kuffner, and Satoshi Kagami
    Pose-Constrained Whole-Body Planning using Task Space Region Chains
    HUMANOIDS 2009
    [Stefan Glaser, supervisor: Maren Bennewitz]

  2. Winston Churchill and Paul Newman
    Practice Makes Perfect? Managing and Leveraging Visual Experiences for Lifelong Navigation
    ICRA 2012
    [supervisor: Henrik Kretzschmar]

  3. F. Fraundorfer, L. Heng, D. Honegger, G. Lee, L. Meier, P. Transkanen, M. Pollefeys
    Vision-Based Autonomous Mapping and Exploration Using a Quadrotor MAV
    IROS 2012
    [Philipp Lerche, supervisor: Daniel Maier]

  4. Peter Henry, Michael Krainin, Evan Herbst, Xiaofeng Ren, and Dieter Fox
    RGB-D mapping: Using Kinect-style depth cameras for dense 3D modeling of indoor environments
    IJRR 2012
    [Patrick Ebner, supervisor: Daniel Maier]

  5. Emili Hernandez, Marc Carreras, Javier Antich, Pere Ridao and Alberto Ortiz
    A Topologically Guided Path Planner for an AUV Using Homotopy Classes
    ICRA 2011
    [supervisor: Markus Kuderer]

  6. Mike Phillips, Benjamin Cohen, Sachin Chitta, and Maxim Likhachev
    E-Graphs: Bootstrapping Planning with Experience Graphs
    RSS 2012
    [Jonas Koenemann, supervisor: Nichola Abdo]

  7. Adam Bry and Nicholas Roy
    Rapidly-exploring Random Belief Trees for Motion Planning Under Uncertainty
    ICRA 2011
    [Florian Godard, supervisor: Nichola Abdo]

  8. Mike Phillips and Maxim Likhachev
    SIPP: Safe Interval Path Planning for Dynamic Environments
    ICRA 2011
    [Serdar Oguz Ata, supervisor: Christoph Sprunk]

  9. Max Pfingston and Andreas Birk
    Simultaneous localization and mapping with multimodal probability distribution
    IJRR 2012
    [supervisor: Pratik Agarwal]

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