Oberseminar - Intelligent Autonomous Systems

Quick Facts

Organizers:Jan Peters
Default Date:Every Thursday
Default Time:14:00 to 16:00
Default Room:S202 E202
TU-CAN:20-00-0630-os Intelligente Autonome Systeme Oberseminar
Credits:N.A.

Overview

The Oberseminar Intelligent Autonomous Systems covers current research topics of the Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS) group at the TU Darmstadt. It will include invited talks by famous machine learning researchers from all over the world, presentations of IAS members on their current research, presentations by external members of IAS at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics and the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, final presentations of all Bachelors, Masters and Ph.D. theses which have been completed at IAS ... and probably much more.

This schedule will be updated regularly. Please check it before the meeting. If you want to get reminders, please subscribe at https://mail.ias.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/mailman/listinfo/talks to our talks mailing list.

Policy on student thesis talks: To ensure quality and to meet time constraints, we suggest BSc and MSc intermediate reports to be no longer than 10 minutes, with 10 minutes of additional question time. Final reports will be 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions. Details can be found on the ThesesStudents page. Other talks to be no longer than 40 minutes with an additional 5 minutes for questions. Additionally, we'll have an informal 'seminar chair' who streamlines the Q&A session.

Upcoming Talks

DateTimeEventLocation
29.08.201914:30-15:00Marcel Hussing, Honor Thesis Defense: Online Adaptation, Exploration through Forgetting in Stochastic Recurrent NetworksS02|02 E202
 15:00-15:15Felix Divo, B.Sc. Intermediate Presentation: Trajectory Based Upper Body Gesture Recognition for an Assistive Robot 
 15:30-16:00Jasper Suess, B.Sc. Intermediate Presentation: Deep Model Learning 
5.09.201914:00-14:15Maximilian Kircher, M.Sc. Intermediate Presentation: Learning from Human Feedback: A Comparison of Interactive Reinforcement Learning AlgorithmsS02|02 E202
 14:30-15:30Michael Lutter, Research Talk: Differential Equations as Priors for Deep Learning 
 15:30-16:00Joe Watson, Research Talk: Input Inference as Stochastic Optimal Control 
12.09.201914:00-14:30Boris Belousov, Research Talk: T.B.A.S02|02 E202
 14:30-15:00Maximilian Hensel, B.Sc. Intermediate Presentation: Correlated Exploration 
 15:00-15:30Stephan Weigand, M.Sc. Thesis Defense: Guided Reinforcement Learning Under Partial Observability 
19.09.201914:00-14:30Carlo D'Eramo, Research Talk: Sharing knowledge in Multi-Task RLS02|02 E202
 14:30-15:00Tuan Dam, Research Talk: T.B.A. 
 15:00-15:30Florian Szymanski, M.Sc. Thesis Defense: Humanlike Bipedal Hopping with Reflex Based Control 
26.09.201914:00-14:30Marcus Ebner von Eschenbach, M.Sc. Thesis Defense: Metric-based Imitation LearningS02|02 E202
 14:30-15:00Christian Eilers, B.Sc. Thesis Denfese: Bayesian Optimization for Learning from Randomized Simulaiton 
 15:00-16:00Svenja Stark, Research Talk: Transfer Learning with REPS 
3.10.201914:00-14:30Dorothea Koert, Research Talk: Human Robot Interaction and the KoBo ProjectS02|02 E202
10.10.201914:00-14:30Pascal Klink, Research Talk: Learning MDP MetricsS02|02 E202
 14:30-15:00Christian Weiland, B.Sc. Thesis Defense: Deep Model-based Reinforcement Learning by Propagating Rewards 
17.10.201915:00-15:30Hany Abdulsamad, Research Talk: Reinforcement Learning for Hybrid SystemsS02|02 E202
24.10.201914:00-15:00Oleg Arenz, Research Talk: TBAS02|02 E202
 16:00-17:30Johannes Buchmann, Lecture: Abschiedsvorlesung 

See the talks you missed since 2013 or even talks prior to Fall 2013 for the many interesting talks of locals and visitors at IAS in the last couple of years.

  

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