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IROS 2014 Webcam: Research pitches from the interactive sessions (Part 1)

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17 September 2014



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The 2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2014) is on in Chicago, and members of the robotics research community have descended on the Windy City. This year the organizing committee experimented with a new 3-minute presentation format followed by an interactive session. We invited researchers to give their “pitch” in front of our IROS cam … below are just some of the great pitches we came across in the interactive sessions. Watch out for more IROS Cam videos coming soon!

Guido De Croon European Space Agency, TU Delft
Crowdsourcing as a methodology to obtain large and varied robotic data sets

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Felix Berkenkamp University of Toronto
Learning-based Robust Control: Guaranteeing Stability while Improving Performance

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Daniel Lofaro George Madison University
A lightweight, cross-platform, multiuser robot visualization using the cloud

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Franziska Meier University of Southern California
Efficient Bayesian Local Model Learning for Control

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Patricio J. Cruz Dávalos University of New Mexico
Stable Formation of Groups of Robots via Synchronization

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