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  • Distinguished Talks

    Alin Albu-Schäffer

    Nonlinear Elastic Resonance Modes for Efficient Locomotion: From Biology to Robots and Back

    DLR – German Aerospace Center
    TU Munich

    Antonio Bicchi

    SymBionics, or About Being a Bot

    University of Pisa

    Oliver Brock

    Intelligence: A Robotics Problem

    Technische Universität Berlin

    Herman Bruyninckx

    Do you know that story about that robot that met another robot and asked “Why?”

    KU Leuven, Belgium
    TU Eindhoven, the Netherlands

    Frank Chongwoo Park

    To Learn or Not to Learn: Robot Modeling in the Age of Machine Learning

    Seoul National University

    Henrik Christensen

    Human-Robot Collaboration in Urban Environments

    UC San Diego

    Rüdiger Dillmann

    From Models to Neuromorphic Approaches for SNN-based Robot Control

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

    Ken Goldberg

    Robo-Exoticism: Art, History, and Our All Too Human Machines

    UC Berkeley

    Sami Haddadin

    Increasing the Closed Loop Dynamics of Robotics Research

    TU Munich

    John Hollerbach

    Realistic Walking on a Treadmill

    University of Utah

    Makoto Kaneko

    Fast and Fine Manipulation of RBCs in Artificial Capillary and Their Mysterious Behaviors

    Osaka University

    Oussama Khatib


    Stanford University

    Peter Corke


    Queensland University of Technology

    Giorgio Metta

    iCub & friends: my quest for building a community of roboticists

    Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia

    Yoshihiko Nakamura


    University of Tokyo

    Daniela Rus

    Soft Capable Robot

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Roland Siegwart

    From Robotics Research to Applications: A Difficult but Rewarding Journey

    ETH Zurich

    Siddhartha Srinivasa

    Manipulation Challenges for the next 20 years

    University of Washington