Lehrstuhl Robotersysteme

Workshop Schedule

June 13, 2013

Start Time End Time Speaker Affiliataion Title
10:00 10:15 Prof. Dr. Karsten Berns University of Kaiserslautern Offroad Robotics Activities at RRLAB
10:15 10:30 Dr. Abubakr Muhammad Lahore University of Management Sciences Robotics at CYPHYNETS
10:30 11:00 Dr. Haider Ali German Aerospace Center (DLR) Cross-Domain Application of Object Category Recognition in RGB-D Images
11:00 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 11:45 Samira Nazemi Leibniz University of Hanover Distributed active Perception using multi-robot Systems for dynamic and flexible reflectivity measurements
11:45 12:15 Syed Muhammad Abbas Lahore University of Management Sciences Outdoor Terrain Classification and Mapping with Low-Cost Visual Sensors
12:15 13:15 Lunch
13:15 13:45 Stefan Laible Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen Terrain Classification With Conditional Random Fields on Fused 3D LIDAR and Camera Data
13:45 14:15 Songlin Piao University of Kaiserslautern Dynamic Object Detection and Tracking in Offroad Environments
14:15 14:45 Emrah Kalafat & Huseyin Bayram Triodor Software Autonomous Navigation in Harsh Environments: The Challenges
14:45 15:15 Tayyab Naseer Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg Lifelong Visual Localization for Outdoor Robots
15:15 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 16:00 Frank Hoeller Fraunhofer FKIE Get the bearings – outdoor navigation with a mobile robot in unknown environments
16:00 16:30 Martin Frank Volvo Autonomous Machines, applications, challenges and opportunities
16:30 17:00 Andre Volk Bundeswehr Using ROS on an unmanned Construction System
17:00 17:30 Daniel Schmidt University of Kaiserslautern The autonomous Terraforming Heavy Outdoor Robot THOR
17:30 18:00 Christian Fuchs University of Koblenz - Landau Optical Measurement of the Angle between Truck and Trailer
18:00 Dinner and informal gathering

June 14, 2013

Start Time End Time Speaker Affiliation Title
07:30 08:45 Breakfast
09:00 09:30 Prof. Dr. Bernardo Wagner Leibniz University of Hanover Autonomous Vehicles in Challenging Environments
09:30 10:00 Dr. Abubakr Muhammad Lahore University of Management Sciences What can Disparity do for Monocular SLAM?
10:00 10:15 Coffee Break
10:15 10:45 Marco Langerwisch Leibniz University of Hanover Localization and Mapping Assuming Unknown but Bounded Sensor Errors
10:45 11:15 Kilian Wolff John Deere Machine Control and Guidance – trends in agricultural technology
11:15 11:45 Thomas Wiemann University of Osnabrück Handling 3D Laserscans of Urban Environments
11:45 12:15 Discussion and Closing Remarks
12:15 13:45 Lunch
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