|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|
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.
|19.02.2019||12:00-13:00||Adam Kosiorek (Oxford), Invited Talk: Generative Modelling & Tracking of Moving Objects with Attention Mechanisms||A102, S2|02|
|21.02.2019||14:00-14:10||RL seminar presentations||S02|02 E202|
|14:25-14:45||Lennart Ebeling, Final BS Thesis presentation: Experimental validation of an MPC-POMDP model of ball catching|
|14:45-15:15||Pascal Klink, RobCom2.0, Tutorial|
|28.02.2019||14:00-14:30||Josef Kinold, Final BSc Thesis presentation: Development of a Simulation Model for an Autonomous Vehicle||S02|02 E202|
|14:30-15:00||Alexander Wölker, MSc Thesis Intermediate Talk: Local Pixel Manipulation Detection with Deep Neural Networks|
|15:00-15:30||David Hoffmann, Intermediate MSc : Pedestrian Detection, Tracking and Intention Prediction in the Context of Autonomous Driving|
|15:30-16:00||Volker Hartmann, Intermediate M.Sc. Thesis Presentation: Deep reinforcement learning with optimality tightened bootstrapped DQN|
|7.03.2019||14:00-14:30||Alymbek Sadybakasov, Final MS Thesis Presentation: Learning tactile skills for architectural assembly||S02|02 E202|
|21.03.2019||14:00-14:30||Philipp Becker, Final MS Thesis Presentation: Using the I-Projection for Mixture Density Estimation||S02|02 E202|
|28.03.2019||14:00-14:30||IP2 Presentations||S02|02 E202|
|14:30-15:30||Patrick Klose (Uni Fra), Research Talk: Exploration in Reinforcement Learning|
|25.04.2019||14:00-14:30||Anton Ziese, M.Sc. Final Presentation: Fast Multi-Objective Redundancy Resolution for Highly-Redundant Mobile Robots||S02|02 E202|
|15.05.2019||16:00-18:00||Marco Ewerton, Ph.D. Thesis Defense: Bidirectional Human-Robot Learning: Imitation and Skill Improvement||S02|02 A102|
|15.08.2019||14:00-14:30||Fabio Oberseminar Talk||S02|02 E202|