Enrico Chiovetto attended the 9th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society (Göttingen, Germany). At this meeting he presented a poster describing partial results of the performance comparison of different unsupervised learning algorithms for the extraction of muscle synergies.
Albert Mukovskiy attended The 19th International Conference on Computer Graphics, Visualization and Computer Vision 2011, Plzen, Czech Republic. He presented the paper by Mukovskiy A. et al. “Analysis and design of the dynamical stability of collective behavior in crowds.” March 2011
Conference paper. Zhibin Li, Bram Vanderborght, N.G. Tsagarakis, Darwin Caldwell. “Fast Bipedal Walk Using Large Strides by Modulating Hip Posture and Toe-heel Motion” , IEEE ROBIO Tianjin, China, 14-18th Dec. 2010.
F. Wyffels presented a conference paper. F. wyffels, M. D'Haene, T. Wae-geman, K. Calu-waerts, C. Nunes, B. Schrauwen. Re-alization of a passive compliant ro-bot dog2010, Proc. of the 3rd IEEE RAS&EMBS Int. Conf. on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechanics, pp 882-886.
Tamar Flash partecipated in the 30th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy. She presented the work titled “Changes in gazing behaviour during an imitation task”, by Cicerale A. and Flash T.
Dominik Endres, attended the 4th International Conference for Imaging in Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP 2011), Kingston, UK. He presented the paper by Endres et al.: “Hooligan detection: the effects of saliency and expert knowledge.
Albert Mukovskiy attended IADIS, Freiburg, Germany. He presented the paper by Mukovskiy A. et al. “Contraction theory as method for the analysis and the design of stability of collective behavior in crowds”
Dominik Endres and Martin Giese participated to the Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization (APGV 2011), Toulouse, France. Dominik Endres presented a paper by Endres et al.: “Emulating human observers with Bayesian binning: segmentation of action streams”.
Martin Giese attended The 10th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots, Nashville, TN, USA. He presented the paper by Mukovskiy A. et al. “Design of the Dynamic Stability Properties of the Collective Behavior of Articulated Bipeds.” on 6/6/2010
Tamar Flash participated in the Seventh annual Ben-Gurion University Workshop on Computational Motor Control Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel with a presentation: “Neural Correlates of the Kinematic 2/3 Power Law in Human Visual Motion Perception: An EEG Study”.
Tamar Flash participated in the ISF workshop at Ein Gedi, Israel. She gave a talk: “On Motion Planning and Coordination at the Intrinsic Joint and Body Levels: Computational Models and Brain Mapping Studies”.
Albert Mukovskiy and Martin Giese attended the 23rd Int. Conf. on Computer Animation and Social Agents (CASA 2010) Saint-Malo, France. They presented a short paper with the preliminary results on stability analysis for the multicomponent nonlinear dynamical systems using Contraction Theory.on 31/3 /2010
Tuleu, A. and Ajallooeian, M. and Sproewitz, A. and Loepelmann, P. and Ijspeert, A. J. (2011). Trot Gait Locomotion of a Cat Sized Quadruped Robot. Poster and oral session at “Workshop on bio-inspired robotics”. Nantes (France). 6/6/2011
Khansari Zadeh, S. M. and Billard, A. (2010) Imitation learning of Globally Stable Non-Linear Point-to-Point Robot Motions using Nonlinear Programming. Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2010.
Y. Meirovitch and T. Flash participated to the 21st Annual Meeting of the Neural Control of Movement San Juan, Puerto Rico. They presented a poster titled: ”Kinematic Analyses of Israeli Sign Language “.
Khansari Zadeh, S. M. and Billard, A. (2010) BM: An Iterative Method to Learn Stable Non-Linear Dynamical Systems with Gaussian Mixture Models. Proceeding of the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2010), 2010, p. 2381-2388. unknonw date
Ken Caluwaerts gives a talk at "Living Machines - Workshop on Soft-Robotics" http://csnetwork.eu/conf2012/workshop Title : Locomotion without a brain: morphological computation in tensegrity structures Date: 09/07/2012 Abstract: Embodiment has led to a revolution in robotics by not thinking of the robot body and its controller as two separate units, but by taking into account the interaction of the body with its environment.
Dominik Endres and Nick Taubert attended the 34th Annual German Conference on AI (KI2011), Berlin, Germany. They presented the following papers: 1) Endres et al.: “Segmentation of action streams: human observers vs. Bayesian binning”. 2) Endres et al. : “Gates for handling occlusion in Bayesian models of images”. 3) Taubert et al.: “Shaking hands in latent space: modeling emotional interactions with Gaussian process latent variable models”.