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Dynamic Systems Lab News
Thursday July 2nd, 2020
Collision-free trajectories are essential for safe swarm flight in cluttered environments. We present a robust and scalable algorithm for multi-robot motion planning at ICRA2020.
Questions? Slack Channel mob11_1 ... See MoreSee Less
Thursday June 25th, 2020
Safe receding horizon control in the presence of varying model error is a challenge. Our ICRA2020 paper proposes to learn a context-aware cost prediction error to achieve reliable performance in the presence of varied model accuracy.
Questions? ICRA20 Slack channel moc08_6
Paper: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/mckinnon-icra20.pdf ... See MoreSee Less
Tuesday June 23rd, 2020
How can we improve sim2real and robot2robot transfer learning success? Our ICRA2020 paper introduces a dynamics similarity metric that predicts the success of experience transfer in multi-robot transfer learning.
Questions? ICRA20 Slack channel moc17_4 ... See MoreSee Less
Friday June 5th, 2020
We are excited to announce that Karime Pereida successfully defended her PhD thesis. Check out her talk on adaptive and learning controllers for changing conditions. More than 4 years of research condensed in 20 minutes! ... See MoreSee Less
Thursday January 16th, 2020
We are looking for outstanding UofT undergraduate students interested in funded (e.g. NSERC USRA, ESROP, U of T Excellence Award, etc) summer research opportunities in robotics, machine learning and/or control. Students interested in this exciting opportunity should send their CV, transcripts and a short write-up including relevant experience and which projects you are interested in, to Prof. Angela Schoellig (via email, subject: Summer Research 2020) by January 23d. ... See MoreSee Less