This page is provided for historical and archival purposes only. While the seminar dates are correct, we offer no guarantee of informational accuracy or link validity. Contact information for the speakers, hosts and seminar committee are certainly out of date.
|Feb 14||Bob Collins||CMU Robotics Institute||Space-Sweep Stereo for Multi-Image Object Reconstruction|
|Feb 21||Michael Erdmann||CMU Robotics Institute||Frictional Mechanics of Nonprehensile Manipulation|
|Feb 28||Reid Simmons||CMU Robotics Institute||The NASA New Millennium Program: Faster, Better, Cheaper, Smarter|
|Mar 7||Jack Mostow||CMU Robotics Institute||A Reading Tutor that Listens|
|Mar 14||Illah Nourbakhsh||CMU Robotics Institute||Using Abstraction to Interleave Planning and Execution|
|Mar 21||Yasuo Kuniyoshi||MITI (Japan)||Towards a Fusion of Autonomy and Sociability in Robots|
|Mar 28||NO SEMINAR|
|Apr 4||Ralph Hollis||CMU Robotics Institute||Whither Microbots?|
|Apr 11||Neal Lesh||U Washington||Scalable and Adaptive Goal Recognition|
|Apr 18||John Holland||Cybermotion||K3A Commerical Mobile Robot|
|Apr 25||Mobile Robot Design Class||CMU Robotics Institute||Icebreaker - A Lunar South Pole Exploring Robot|
|May 2||Ralph Moser||Experiences and Lessons in Building Robots|
The seminars are held every Friday in the Adamson Wing of Baker Hall. They go from 3:30 - 5:00, but refreshments are served upstairs at 3:15. Food cannot be brought downstairs (sorry, but that's not our rule), so arrive early if you want to munch and talk to your collegues. Please don't leave in the middle of a seminar; it's very demoralizing for the speaker.
RI Seminar Links And Contacts:
Web pages for previous seminars: Fall 1996 and before that.
Lists of possible speakers.
Technical issues, final scheduling committments, subject-and-speaker opinions, etc: Tony Stentz <firstname.lastname@example.org>, (412) 268-8155
Administrative issues, tentative scheduling, reimbursements,
cookie-and-tea flavor opinions, etc: Dorothea Marsh
email@example.com, (412) 268-6556