Alberto Jaenal Gálvez defended his doctoral dissertation entitled “Appearance-based Localization” on September 29th, 2023, focused on developing new approaches to perform robot localization based only in the appearance of the scene. His amazing work received the Cum Laude qualification, rewarding his talent and dedication during these years. Congratulations!
Jose-Raul Ruiz-Samiento attended to ECMR’15 with the work entiled: “OLT, a Toolkit for Object Labeling Applied to Robotic RGB-D Datasets” (see our publication section here)
Dr. Hiroshi Ishida y Dr. Haruka Matsukura from the Graduate School of Bio-Applications & Systems Engineering at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology visited out laboratoy [31st Oct. 2014]
The European project called “Enabling SoCial Interaction Through Embodiment” (ExCITE) officially starts on 1st July 2010. More information about the project here
The edition of this year of the International Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions (ICARSC 2017) has been held in the nice city of Coimbra, in Portugal, on April 26-28. MAPIR was there with the work:
Javier G. Monroy attended the 16th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Noses (ISOEN 2015). On this occasion, the conference was held in Dijon, Burgundy (France), from 28th June to 1st July, 2015.
Jose Luis Matez Bandera has been doing a 4-month internship in the Cyber-Physical Systems team at Ericsson Research Stockholm. During this period, Jose Luis expanded his knowledge, jumping into localization topics but always relying on his domain, the semantics. This allowed him to come up with new fresh ideas for his PhD thesis, also the…