Seminar: Cooperative Perception and Its Safety and Robustness Implications for Connected and Automated Vehicle Operations, 6th May, 1p

When: Thursday 6th of May, 1pm AEST Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speaker: Dr Mao Shan Title: Cooperative Perception and Its Safety and Robustness Implications for Connected and Automated Vehicle Operations Abstract: Cooperative perception, or collective perception (CP), is an emerging and promising technology for intelligent transportation systems (ITS). It enables …

Seminar: Recent work accepted for CDC, 29th April, 1p

When: Thursday 29th of April, 1pm AEST Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speakers: Dr Lei Wang, Prof Ian Manchester Title: Recent work accepted for CDC II In this seminar will comprise of two talks by Dr Lei Wang and Prof Ian Manchester where they will present their recent work which was …

Seminar: Recent work accepted for CDC, 22th April, 1p

When: Thursday 22th of April, 1pm AEST Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speakers: Yijun Chen, Dr Bowen Yi Title: Recent work accepted for CDC In this seminar will comprise of two talks by Yijun Chen and Dr Bowen Yi where they will present their recent work which was accepted for the …

Seminar: Lipschitz bounded equilibrium networks, 15th April, 1p

When: Thursday 15th of April, 1pm AEST Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speakers: Max Revay, Dr Ruigang Wang Title: Lipschitz bounded equilibrium networks Abstract: This talk presents new parameterizations of equilibrium neural networks (networks defined by implicit equations), which includes many standard deep learning models as a special case. The new …

Seminar: Data-Driven Model-Free Control of Mineral Grinding Using Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reference Governor, 8th April, 1p

When: Thursday 8th of April, 1pm AEST Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speaker: Dr Xinglong Lu Title: Data-Driven Model-Free Control of Mineral Grinding Using Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reference Governor Abstract: Mineral grinding is one of the most energy consuming and costly procedures in mineral processing industry. Operation performance of mineral …

Congratulations to Julie Stephany Berrio Perez who has satisfied the requirements for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

Stephany Berrio Perez has successfully completed her PhD thesis, entitled “Scene understanding and map maintenance for autonomous vehicles applications”. The work was supervised by Professor Eduardo Nebot and Dr Stewart Worrall. Congratulations Stephany! Two of the main challenges to enable vehicles to operate autonomously in urban streets are scene understanding and long-term localisation. This thesis …

Seminar: Recent Developments in Robotic Imaging, 1/4/2021

When: Thursday 1st of April, 1pm AEDT Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speakers: Ahalya Ravendran, Dr Tejaswi Digumarti and Dr Donald Dansereau Title: Recent Developments in Robotic Imaging Abstract:Three speakers will present their recent work in helping robots to see and interpret the world: Ahalya Ravendran: Burst imaging for light-constrained structure …

Seminar: Active and Interactive Mapping with Dynamic Gaussian Process Implicit Surfaces for Mobile Manipulators, 25/3/2021

When: Thursday 25th of March, 1pm AEDT Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speaker: Dr Liyang Liu Title: Active and Interactive Mapping with Dynamic Gaussian Process Implicit Surfaces for Mobile Manipulators Abstract: In this seminar, we present an interactive probabilistic mapping framework for a mobile manipulator picking objects from a pile. The …

Seminar: Operations Research Techniques for Robotic Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems, 11th March, 1p

When: Thursday 11th of March, 1pm AEDT Where: This seminar will be presented online, RSVP here. Speaker: Dr Mehdi Foumani Title: Operations Research Techniques for Robotic Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Abstract: In this presentation, we consider a scheduling-based optimisation of robotic automated storage and retrieval system (ASRS) where a Cartesian robot (or automatic stacker …

Robotic Vision Summer School 2021

Sunday, Jan 31st – Friday, Feb 5th, 2021 For the first time ever, the Robotic Vision Summer School (RVSS) is running as a hybrid live / online event this year. Attendees wil join us online from around the world, and in-person at physical workshop nodes at Australian National University, Queensland University of Technology, Monash University, …

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