Our work focusses on building autonomous robots and other cyber-physical systems systems, capable of working robustly in application domains such as the following:
This motivates us to develop new models and algorithms to address conceptial issues such as:
Subramanian Ramamoorthy will speak as part of the CITRIS People and Robots Seminar Series at the University of California at Berkeley on 26th October 2016. His talk is entitled Understanding Others: Robot Learning in Interactions and further details are available here.
Subramanian Ramamoorthy will speak at the University of Texas at Austin on 29th August, 2016, in the Forum for Artificial Intelligence organised by the Department of Computer Sciences. This talk will also be on the topic of Representations and Models for Collaboratively Intelligent Robots, including updated results from recent work. Further details are available at here.
Subramanian Ramamoorthy will be giving a talk as part of this series within the Stanford AI Laboratory, on 10th June 2016. He will be discussing recent results from the RAD group on Representations and Models for Collaboratively Intelligent Robots. Further details are available here.
We are helping organise a workshop at ICRA aimed at popularising the use of emerging topological techniques in robotics, also seeking to encourage collaboration between the computational geometry and robotics communities. The workshop will be held on 20th May 2016, in Stockholm. Please see the workshop website for further details.