During the 27th until the 29th November they were interesting presentations and talks about robotics and its related fields. On the first day the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Robotik hold their DGR conference. The remaining two days, people got the chance to visit the EASE symposium to get the newest research results. More information about those events can be found here .
EASE principal investigator Rolf Drechsler and his co-authors Andrea Fink and Jannis Stoppe have published the book “Computer – Wie funktionieren Smartphone, Tablet & Co.?”. This books attempts to explain complex digital technologies for the broad public in an easy way. Their book has recently received a lot of attention in the press and at the Frankfurter Buchmesse 2017. More information and also a reading sample can be found here .
The homepage of the University of Bremen currently features a personal portrait of EASE vice speaker Kerstin Schill [Link].
EASE researchers Gordon Cheng and Karinne Ramirez Amaro (TUM) co-organize a workshop on Semantic Policy and Action Representations for Autonomous Robots as part of the IROS 2017 conference in Vancouver (Link).