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Friday May 10th, 2024

" In our recent RAL paper, to be presented at ICRA 2024, we propose a method to combine data from range and visual-inertial sensors to perform accurate closed-loop navigation in cluttered indoor environments.
More info (code & data) in our paper: arxiv.org/abs/2311.09056
Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJMKfebp5-g

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Thursday May 9th, 2024

We'll be presenting our RA-L paper on nonprehensile object transportation with a mobile manipulator at ICRA 2024! Check out the paper: ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/10285028/ and video: tiny.cc/keep-it-upright

Angela Schoellig University of Toronto Engineering
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Well be presenting our RA-L paper on nonprehensile object transportation with a mobile manipulator at ICRA 2024! Check out the paper: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/10285028/ and video: https://tiny.cc/keep-it-upright

Angela Schoellig University of Toronto Engineering
Monday April 8th, 2024

We are organizing a workshop at #RSS2024 on Semantics for Robotics: from Environment Understanding and Reasoning to Safe Interaction. Check out the Call for Papers below

Workshop Website: lnkd.in/gEepi2Gx
CMT Submission Page: tiny.cc/RSS24SfR
Initial Submission: May 15, 2024, 11:59 pm AoE
Author Notification: May 31, 2024
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We are organizing a workshop at #RSS2024 on Semantics for Robotics: from Environment Understanding and Reasoning to Safe Interaction. Check out the Call for Papers below

Workshop Website: https://lnkd.in/gEepi2Gx
CMT Submission Page: https://tiny.cc/RSS24SfR 
Initial Submission: May 15, 2024, 11:59 pm AoE
Author Notification: May 31, 2024
Monday April 1st, 2024

Exciting opportunities for MSc students! If you are in robotics or a related field, consider joining our lab for a 6-month Master’s thesis diving into cutting-edge robotics research.
Visit our webpage for more info ce.cit.tum.de/lsy/open-positions/open-research-projects/ and apply at tiny.cc/lsy-project-application

Angela Schoellig
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Exciting opportunities for MSc students! If you are in robotics or a related field, consider joining our lab for a 6-month Master’s thesis diving into cutting-edge robotics research.
Visit our webpage for more info https://ce.cit.tum.de/lsy/open-positions/open-research-projects/ and apply at http://tiny.cc/lsy-project-application

Angela Schoellig
Thursday March 28th, 2024

Are you studying at #TUM and interested in machine learning and control for robotics? We will offer four Master-level courses for the next summer semester. Check out our website for more details ce.cit.tum.de/lsy/teaching/

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Are you studying at #TUM and interested in machine learning and control for robotics? We will offer four Master-level courses for the next summer semester. Check out our website for more details https://ce.cit.tum.de/lsy/teaching/ 

Angela Schoellig
Monday March 18th, 2024

We have returned from our first lab retreat in February in Eibsee, Grainau (GER). It was both productive and fun, with the Toronto team virtually joining the discussions. Looking forward to an energetic year ahead of us!
Angela Schoellig University of Toronto Engineering
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We have returned from our first lab retreat in February in Eibsee, Grainau (GER). It was both productive and fun, with the Toronto team virtually joining the discussions. Looking forward to an energetic year ahead of us!
Angela Schoellig University of Toronto Engineering
Wednesday November 8th, 2023

For 3rd-year UofT Eng and CS students, we have an exciting PEY (Professional Experience Year) opportunity! Join our cutting-edge robotics and AI lab in Munich and apply now!🔬See the UofT ECC portal (Job ID: 44642) www.uoftengcareerportal.ca/ Application deadline: November 15, 2023
Angela Schoellig University of Toronto Engineering
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For 3rd-year UofT Eng and CS students, we have an exciting PEY (Professional Experience Year) opportunity! Join our cutting-edge robotics and AI lab in Munich and apply now!🔬See the UofT ECC portal (Job ID: 44642) https://www.uoftengcareerportal.ca/ Application deadline: November 15, 2023
Angela Schoellig University of Toronto Engineering
Wednesday September 20th, 2023

Only 10 days to go until #IROS2023 in Detroit! Here is where you can find us

Sun. Oct. 1 at 14:00: Prof. Angela Schoellig's talk "Safe Learning in Robotics: From Learning-based Control to Safe Reinforcement Learning" at the workshop on Formal methods techniques in robotics systems: design and control. Room 140E.

Mon. Oct. 2 at 09:24: Sepehr Samavi will present "Does unpredictability influence driving behavior" in Imitation Learning, Room 330B. Paper: lnkd.in/dFyVdutm

Tue. Oct 3 at 08:42: Wenda Zhao will present "Uncertainty-Aware Gaussian Mixture Model for UWB Time Difference of Arrival Localization in Cluttered Environments" in Localization III, Room 320. Paper: lnkd.in/d2FsYpWg
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Only 10 days to go until #IROS2023 in Detroit! Here is where you can find us

Sun. Oct. 1 at 14:00: Prof. Angela Schoelligs talk Safe Learning in Robotics: From Learning-based Control to Safe Reinforcement Learning at the workshop on Formal methods techniques in robotics systems: design and control. Room 140E.

Mon. Oct. 2 at 09:24: Sepehr Samavi will present Does unpredictability influence driving behavior in Imitation Learning, Room 330B. Paper: https://lnkd.in/dFyVdutm

Tue. Oct 3 at 08:42: Wenda Zhao will present Uncertainty-Aware Gaussian Mixture Model for UWB Time Difference of Arrival Localization in Cluttered Environments in Localization III, Room 320. Paper: https://lnkd.in/d2FsYpWg
Thursday August 24th, 2023

We analyzed 6 years of data across machine learning, robotics, and control. The verdict: high-impact research is linked to open-source success. Read our latest work on reproducibility arxiv.org/abs/2308.10008 and submit to our associated workshop at CDC2023 tiny.cc/rnw9vz
Angela Schoellig Technical University of Munich University of Toronto Engineering
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We analyzed 6 years of data across machine learning, robotics, and control. The verdict: high-impact research is linked to open-source success. Read our latest work on reproducibility https://arxiv.org/abs/2308.10008 and submit to our associated workshop at CDC2023 http://tiny.cc/rnw9vz
Angela Schoellig Technical University of Munich University of Toronto Engineering
Tuesday August 15th, 2023

FACT: Only 2.6% of papers at CDC 2021 included open-source code 😱

We are organizing a workshop on “Benchmarking, Reproducibility, and Open-Source Code in Controls,” to be held at the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) 2023 on December 12, 2023. We are calling for short 300-word abstract submissions on opinions/experience in improving accessibility and reproducibility of research in control through benchmarks, open source code, software/hardware platforms, and pertinent educational content.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
– Any open-source implementation of control algorithms
– Any benchmarks and comparisons of control approaches, or competitions
– Tools and software/hardware platforms that enable accessible and reproducible research
– Tutorials/lectures on reproducible research best practices and standards
– Educational resources to make control theory accessible

By bringing together researchers in these topics, we aim to improve the accessibility, reproducibility, comparability, usability, and visibility of research in control theory. We look forward to your contributions!

Submission link: tiny.cc/cdc23-ws-abstract
Deadline: September 18, 23:59 PST
Format: Accepted abstracts will be presented as lightning talks at the workshop

Angela Schoellig Technical University of Munich University of Toronto Engineering
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FACT: Only 2.6% of papers at CDC 2021 included open-source code 😱

We are organizing a workshop on “Benchmarking, Reproducibility, and Open-Source Code in Controls,” to be held at the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) 2023 on December 12, 2023. We are calling for short 300-word abstract submissions on opinions/experience in improving accessibility and reproducibility of research in control through benchmarks, open source code, software/hardware platforms, and pertinent educational content.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
– Any open-source implementation of control algorithms
– Any benchmarks and comparisons of control approaches, or competitions
– Tools and software/hardware platforms that enable accessible and reproducible research
– Tutorials/lectures on reproducible research best practices and standards
– Educational resources to make control theory accessible

By bringing together researchers in these topics, we aim to improve the accessibility, reproducibility, comparability, usability, and visibility of research in control theory. We look forward to your contributions!

Submission link: http://tiny.cc/cdc23-ws-abstract
Deadline: September 18, 23:59 PST
Format: Accepted abstracts will be presented as lightning talks at the workshop

Angela Schoellig Technical University of Munich University of Toronto Engineering
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