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September 2017

2nd Workshop on Semantic Policy and Action Representations for Autonomous Robots (SPAR)

September 24
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Tutorial: EASE course at the summer school ‘Foundations of Robotics and Autonomous Learning Summer School (RALSS’17)’

September 4 - September 7

Michael Beetz and Daniel Bessler teach Reintegrating Robotics & AI at the summer school Foundations of Robotics and Autonomous Learning Summer School (RALSS’17)

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August 2017

Tutorial: “DECLARATIVE SPATIAL REASONING — THEORY, METHODS, AND APPLICATIONS” by Mehul Bhatt, Carl Schultz, Przmyslaw Walega at IJCAI 2017 26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Melbourne Australia

August 19 - August 25

Spatial thinking, conceptualisation, and the verbal and visual (e.g., gestural, iconic, diagrammatic) communication of commonsense as well as expert knowledge about the world -the space that we exist in- is one of the most important aspects of everyday human life. Philosophers, cognitive scientists, psychologists, linguists, psycholinguists, ontologists, information theorists, computer scientists, mathematicians, architects, and environmental psychologists have each investigated space through the perspective of the lenses afforded by their respective field of study. This tutorial will present computational visuo-spatial representation…

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July 2017

Talk: “Cognitive Architectures – Roles, Requirements, and Realization” by Prof. David Vernon

July 13 @ 14:00 - 15:30

David Vernon is a Professor at Carnegie Mellon University Africa in Rwanda.  In a career spanning 38 years, he has worked for Westinghouse Electric in Ireland and the USA, for the European Commission and Science Foundation Ireland, and for leading universities in Europe, Russia, and the Middle East. He is a past Fellow of Trinity College Dublin and presently serves on the Advisory Board of Innopolis University, Russia's first university dedicated to information technology. In the past, he coordinated two cognition and vision research networks (www.eucognition.org, www.ecvision.org) and he was a…

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June 2017

Talk: “Sense-Reason-Act: From Perception to Action” by Dr. Michael Suppa (Founder and CEO Roboception GmbH)

June 22 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Dr. Michael Suppa is visiting the Department of Informatics and Mathematics and EASE on Thursday, June 22nd. He will give a talk entitled "Sense-Reason-Act: From Perception to Action". The talk will take place in the Rotunde (Cartesium) at 12 o'clock. Dr. Michael Suppa is a leading expert in robot perception and an associate member of the institute of artificial intelligence. Since 2013, he coordinates the topic group perception with SPARC and shapes the perception part of the European multi-annual road-map…

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Talk: “It’s Time to Stop Staring at Your Phone’s Mobile Map: The Importance of HCI Perspectives for Next-generation Navigation Devices” by Prof. Dr. Johannes Schöning

June 20 @ 16:00 - 17:00

The talk will take place in the Rotunde (Cartesium) at 16 o'clock. "In my talk I give a broad overview of my research. My research interests lie at the intersection of human-computer interaction (HCI), geographic information science and ubiquitous interface technologies. In our lab, we investigate how people interact with digital spatial information and create new methods and novel interfaces to help people interact with spatial information. For example,, catastrophic incidents associated with GPS devices and other personal navigation technologies…

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Talk: “Transfer of Manipulation Skills Using Task Driven Representations” by Dr. Frank Guerin (Senior Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen University)

June 16 @ 10:30 - 11:30

Dr. Frank Guerin is visiting EASE and giving a talk entitled "Transfer of Manipulation Skills Using Task Driven Representations". The talk will take place on Friday 16th of June in Room 1.58 of the TAB building at 10:30 AM. Frank is a leading expert investigating how we can equip computer systems with human-like knowledge. In this context he investigates how infants acquire/construct concepts, through sensorimotor interaction, and later with language input and how such concepts can be represented.

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April 2017

Tutorial: Bremen Summer of Cognition and Design (CoDesign 2017)

April 1 - June 30

EASE principal investigator Mehul Bhatt is organizing The Bremen Summer of Cognition and Design (CoDesign 2017). CoDesign 2017 includes a series of mutually complementary events in the areas of artifcial intelligence, spatial cognition, design computing and cognition, creativity, multi-modality, communication and media, and human-behaviour studies.

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November 2016

Talk: Bremen University Symposium on ‘Cognition-enabled Robotics: Democratising a Disruptive Technology’

16. November 2016 - 17. November 2016

Michael Beetz and Andreas Birk held the 29th Bremen University Symposium on Cognition-enabled Robotics: Democratising a Disruptive Technology

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