Access to the workshops/tutorials will be strictly controlled and only delegates with valid badges/passes will be allowed entry to the respective areas. Lunch and coffee breaks are included in the registration fee for workshops/tutorials.

  • Coffee breaks: 10:00 – 10:30 (AM) / 15:00 – 15:30 (PM)
  • Lunch break: 12:00 – 13:30

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Monday - May 29, 2017

Full Day Workshops: 08:30 – 17:00

Title Organizers
Advances and Challenges on the Development, Testing and Assessment of Assistive Robots: Experiences from Engineering and Human Science Research J. Solis, Y. Takeda, E. Tanaka, A. Frisoli
Second Workshop on: Robust Perception, Planning, and Control for Legged Robot Locomotion in Challenging Domains D. Kanoulas, I. Havoutis, M. Fallon, A. Del Prete, E. Yoshida
Sensor-Based Object Manipulation for Collaborative Assembly M. Li, H. Ding, Q. Li, Z. Chen
Warehouse Picking Automation Workshop 2017: Solutions, Experience, Learnings and Outlook of the Amazon Picking Challenge A. Causo, J. W. Durham, K. Okada, K. Hauser, A. Rodriguez
Advanced Fabrication and Morphological Computation for Soft Robotics C. Laschi, K. Hosoda, J. Wei, P. Valdivia y Alvarado, S. G. Nurzaman, F. Iida
Autonomous Structural Monitoring and Maintenance using Aerial Robots K. Alexis, M. W. Achtelik, G. Antonelli, M. Chli, A. Ollero, R. Siegwart, K. Valavanis
The Robotic Sense of Touch: From Sensing to Understanding S. Somlor, A. Schmitz, L. Jamone, L. Natale, G. Cheng
Recent Advances in Dynamics for Industrial Applications J. Pan, Y. Wu, F. Park
AI Planning & Robotics: Challenges and Methods J. C. Beck, A. Finzi, N. Hawes, A. Orlandini, G. Nejat
Mechanics of Human Locomotion and the Development of Wearable Robotic Systems E. Rouse, H. Lee, H. Vallery, P. Artemiadis
Reproducible Research in Robotics: Current Status and Road Ahead F. P. Bonsignorio, S. Redfield, A. P. del Pobil

Half Day Tutorials: 8:30 – 12:00 (AM) / 13:30 – 17:00 (PM)
Title Organizers
Tutorial on AI Planning for Robotics (AM) D. Magazzeni, M. Cashmore
Buzz: A Programming Language for Multi-Robot Systems (PM) C. P. Giovanni Beltrame

Friday - June 2, 2017

Full Day Workshops: 08:30 – 17:00
Title Organizers
Human Multi-Robot Systems Interaction Y. Wang, A. Franchi, N. Ayanian, L. Sabattini, R. Fitch
Biohybrid Machine by Small-scale Robotics and Systems M. Nakajima, K. Morishima, H. Sato, T. Fukuda, M. Sitti, S. Bergbreiter, L. Ricotti
Learning and Control for Autonomous Manipulation Systems: The Role of Dimensionality Reduction F. Ficuciello, S. Calinon, P. Falco
Disaster Response Robots: Design Principles and Control for Effective Mobility and Manipulation N. Tsagarakis, P. Ogren, P. Jensfelt, S. Behnke
Assistive Robotics: From the Natural to the Artificial and Back Again A. Ajoudani, K. Y. Cho, T. Flash, E. Schearer
Innovative Haptic Interfaces Emerging from Soft Robotics H. A. Wurdemann, M. Srinivasan, K. Althoefer, C. Laschi, A. M. Okamura, Y. Zhang, Y. Zhang, V. Pawar
Multi-robot Perception-Driven Control and Planning J. Alonso-Mora, E. Montijano, D. Rus, M. Schwager
Event-based Vision D. Scaramuzza, A. Censi, G. Gallego
AI in Automation K. Harada, D. Manocha, K. Goldberg
C4 Surgical Robots: Compliant, Continuum, Cognitive, and Collaborative H. Ren, C. Bergeles, P. Dupont, P. Poignet, A. Garg, C. Liu, R. Alterovitz, M. C. Yip
Robotics and Vehicular Technologies for Self-Driving Cars M. H. Ang Jr, D. Hsu, D. Rus, C. Laugier, M. Meghjani
IC3 - Industry of the Future: Collaborative, Connected, Cognitive. Novel Approaches Stemming from Factory of the Future & Industry 4.0 Initiatives P. Dario, A. Knoll, L. Seneviratne, M. Maffei, A. Baroncelli

Best practices in computational reproducibility and reuse, from why to how - Free Code Ocean Workshop

Code Ocean

Friday - June 2,  2017
09:00 – 11:00
Venue: 4610/4710 (Level 4)

IEEE is excited to partner with Code Ocean, a cloud-based executable research platform that gives authors the ability to upload their algorithms so that other IEEE Xplore users can discover, view, and run them in real-time. This additional interactivity allows users a more robust and efficient way to experiment with algorithms, reproduce the research, and develop new algorithms.

For details and registration for this special FREE workshop, please visit the RAS Events page.