Our Taste of Research students finished their 3 month scholarship this week. This year we had two students. Their projects were:
- Skeleton Tracking on the Baxter Robot
- Constructing a Mobile Domestic Robot
We’ve put together some videos summarising their work.
The Taste of Research program is a 3 month scholarship for undergraduate students in Engineering. Students undertake a research project in an existing team and discover what conducting research is like. The program runs over the summer break. For more information, and to apply in future programs, visit the Taste of Research page.
Back in December last year, Michael Thielscher gave a keynote presentation titled “Knowledge Representation for General Problem-Solving Robots” at the 10th Multi-Disciplinary International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence.
For more details, including slides see: https://khamreang.msu.ac.th/miwai16/speakers
This research has been supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC) under the Discovery Projects funding scheme (project DP 150103035).
Michael Thielscher at MIWAI’16
Maurice Pagnucco is presenting a Keynote at the 2016 Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, entitled The rise of cognitive robots.
We are also presenting the following papers:
- D. Rajaratnam, B. Hengst, M. Pagnucco, C. Sammut and M. Thielscher, Composability in Cognitive Hierarchies. Proceedings of the 29th Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 42-55, Hobart, Australia, 2016.
We are presenting the following papers at the 2016 Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation (ACRA’16):
We’ve just launched a new Youtube Channel UNSW AI & Robotics Research that will feature video content of our research.