Tuan Dam

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Reinforcement Learning under uncertainty, POMDPs, MDPs, Information Theory, Robotics

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Mail. Tuan Dam
TU Darmstadt, FG IAS,
Hochschulstr. 10, 64289 Darmstadt
Office. Room E326, Building S2|02

Tuan joined the Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group at TU Darmstadt as a Ph.D. researcher in January 2019. Tuan received MS in Electronics and Computer Engineering from Hanyang University, Korea in August 2016. He gains lots of experience in both doing research in Academy (ESOS lab - Korea http://esos.hanyang.ac.kr, HMI lab - Vietnam https://hmiuet.wordpress.com/, DFKI - Berlin, Germany https://www.dfki.de/web ), Auburn University, USA and Industry.

Working on the ROBOLEAP project, Tuan is researching the development of principled methods that allow robots to operate in unstructured partially observable real-world environments. !!Key References # Fisher, B. E.;Boyd, L.;Winstein, C. J. (2006). Contralateral cerebellar damage impairs imperative planning but not updating of aimed arm movements in humans, EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 174, 3, pp.453-466, SPRINGER.   See Details [Details]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Velicki, M. R.;Winstein, C. J.;Pohl, P. S. (2000). Impaired direction and extent specification of aimed arm movements in humans with stroke-related brain damage, Exp Brain Res, 130, 3, pp.362-74.   See Details [Details]   Download Article [PDF]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Winstein, C. J.;Merians, A. S.;Sullivan, K. J. (1999). Motor learning after unilateral brain damage, Neuropsychologia, 37, 8, pp.975-87.   See Details [Details]   Download Article [PDF]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Miyamoto, H.;Gandolfo, F.;Gomi, H.;Schaal, S.;Koike, Y.;Rieka, O.;Nakano, E.;Wada, Y.;Kawato, M. (1996). A kendama learning robot based on a dynamic optimiation principle, Preceedings of the International Conference on Neural Information Processing, pp.938-942.   See Details [Details]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Miyamoto, H.;Schaal, S.;Gandolfo, F.;Koike, Y.;Osu, R.;Nakano, E.;Wada, Y.;Kawato, M. (1996). A Kendama learning robot based on bi-directional theory, Neural Networks, 9, 8, pp.1281-1302.   See Details [Details]   Download Article [PDF]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Miyamoto, H.;Gandolfo, F.;Gomi, H.;Schaal, S.;Koike, Y.;Osu, R.;Nakano, E.;Kawato, M. (1995). A kendama learning robot based on a dynamic optimization theory, Preceedings of the 4th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Communication (RO-MAN'95), pp.327-332.   See Details [Details]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Winstein, C. J.;Pohl, P. S. (1995). Effects of unilateral brain damage on the control of goal-directed hand movements, Exp Brain Res, 105, 1, pp.163-74.   See Details [Details]   Download Article [PDF]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Kawato, M.;Gandolfo, F.;Gomi, H.;Wada, Y. (1994). Teaching by showing in kendama based on optimization principle, Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN'94), 1, pp.601-606.   See Details [Details]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Egeland, O.;Sagli, J. R.;Spangelo, I. (1991). A Damped Least-Squares Solution to Redundancy resolution, Proc. 1991 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, pp.945-950.   See Details [Details]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Kalveram, K. T. (1991). Pattern generating and reflex-like processes controlling aiming movements in the presence of inertia, damping, and velocity, Biological Cybernetics, 64, pp.413-419.   See Details [Details]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]

Brown, T. G. (1914). On the nature of the fundamental activity of the nervous centres; together with an analysis of rhythmic activity in progression, and a theory of the evolution of function in the nervous system, Journal of Physiology, London, 48, pp.18-46.   See Details [Details]   BibTeX Reference [BibTex]


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