A Pint of Robotics

A Pint of Robotics is a bi-weekly seminar series running on Wednesdays evening, with invited speakers from across the world sharing their exciting research with us! A wide range of topics is discussed, including (but not limited to) Field Robotics, Medical Robotics, Space Robotics, Robot Learning, Drones, Human-Robot Interaction, AI, Autonomous Vehicles, Virtual Reality, etc.

Organizers: Rory Turnbull, Sam Wilcock, Nikita Greenidge, Shuhao Dong, Michael Brockdorff and Erick Romo. (Logo by Aleks Attanasio).

This event will be our second in-person event at the Library Pub! Two speakers from the University of Leeds will be talking about their current research: Muhammad A. Mohd Sharif and Rafael De Castro Aguiar
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For the first time since covid started, this event will be an in-person event at the Library Pub! Three speakers from the University of Leeds will be talking about their current research: James Martin, Jose Sosa Martinez and Shuhao Dong
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Title: From Tracking to Planning: Context Understanding for Autonomous Systems
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Title: Human-Centered Robotics: Towards Assisted and Intuitive Co-Manipulation
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Title: Human Motion Prediction for Safe and Efficient Operation in Human Environments
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Title: A Vision Towards Feedback Robotic Manipulation
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Title: Towards whole-body model predictive control for safe and compliant interaction
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Title: Learning Human Actions: from Perception to Robot Learning
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Title: The role of force-dependent feedback in the regulation of limb impedance and inter-joint coordination
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Title: In-situ learning from human interactions in public spaces
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Title: My journey from single to multi-drone systems
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Title: Robot Learning by Motor-Impaired Teachers
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Title: Perceptually-enabled interactions towards the Operating Theatre of the Future
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