Invited Lecture Series
June 03, 2020 (Wed) 19:00~21:00 (GMT+8) | Jose Avendano
June 09, 2020 (Tue) 09:00~11:00 (GMT+8) | Luis Contreras
June 16, 2020 (Tue) 09:00~11:00 (GMT+8) | Luis Contreras
In Preparation | Kanjanapan Sukvichai
Robotics Development with MATLAB
Jose Avendano is a Robotics engineer from MathWorks specialized in the area of robotics education and student competitions. Other previous experience includes modeling and simulation of robot manipulators, projects on autonomous systems for deployment on zero-gravity applications, and robust estimation and control of flexible vehicles.
Robot Localisation: An Introduction
We will present the basic concepts for robot localisation in a known map from a probabilistic point of view. We will introduce the probabilistic model for robot motion and show you how to solve this problem using particle filters. At the end, we will introduce our online tutorial to start your projects using robot vision.
World Representation Through Artificial Neural Networks: An Introduction
We will present a short introduction to Artificial Neural Networks and its application to Object Recognition and we will extend those concepts to Convolutional Neural Networks. Then, we will show you a number of available applications and datasets for your projects. Finally, we will show you a specific application to robot navigation.
Luis Contreras received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Visual Information Laboratory, in the Department of Computer Vision, University of Bristol, UK, working on problems related to computer vision and robotics. Currently, he is a research fellow at the Advanced Intelligence & Robotics Research Center, Tamagawa University, Japan. He has also been an active member of the Bio-robotics Laboratory at the Faculty of Engineering, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico. He has been working on service robots and has tested his latest results at the RoboCup and similar robot competitions for the last ten years.
ROS with AI
- Simulation and real robots
- ROS with AI
Kanjanapan Sukvichai is an Assistant Professor at Kasetsart University.