Newswise — From animal-inspired robots and even amoebas, to better algorithms for self-driving cars and robotic surgery, UCSD researchers will present a wide range of papers in IROS 2022which returns in mixed format from October 23 to 27, 2022.
IROS is one of the largest and most influential robotics research conferences worldwide. It provides an international forum for the international robotics research community to explore the frontiers of science and technology in intelligent robotics and intelligent machines. The theme of IROS 2022 is “Artificial Intelligence Embodied in a Symbiotic Society.” The in-person part of the conference will be held in Kyoto, Japan.
said Henrik Christensen, Director of CRI and Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. “Not only are we coming back to a personal deal, but we’re also coming back with a stronger deck of cards, which is very satisfying.”
Below are the papers contributed by researchers from the Departments of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering this year.
K. Long, F.; Diman, M.; Locke, c. Curtis, N.; Atanasov
Bi Wang, Ji-Z, Wen. Atanasov
A. Asgharivaskasi, S. Koga and N. Atanasov,
T. Wang and N. Atanasov
Authors: Zhizhen Qin, Tsui-Wei Weng, Sicun Gao
C. Sparks, N. Justus, R. Hutton, N. Gravish
Hang Zhao, James Lynch and Nick Gravish
Sander Tonkins and Sylvia Herbert
Conor Watson and Tanya K. Morimoto
Daiji Park, Agrim Gupta, Shaion Bashar, Cedric Gerard, Dinesh Bhardya and Tania. K. Morimoto
Mika Bryant, Conor Watson, Tanya K. Morimoto
Ishida M., Sandoval JA, Lee S., Huen S., Tolley MT (2022)
Yuzhe Qin, Hao Su, Xiaolong Wang
Jianglong Ye, Yuntao Chen, Naiyan Wang, and Xiaolong Wang.
Chieko Sarah Imai, Minghao Zhang, Yuchen Zhang, Marcin Kierebiński, Ruihan Yang, Yuzhe Qin and Xiaolong Wang.
Ziyun Qiu, and Albert Z. Leah, Florian Richter, Bjorn Johnson, and Michael Cep
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