5 May 2022
Programming a modern service robot to implement daily tasks requires a thorough understanding of the environment.
Inspired by everyday human experience and the multimodal processing mechanism of humans,
engineers have developed various sensors to build robot sensory systems.
However, extracting data from noisy inputs and using them is still challenging.
This dissertation investigates multimodal sensory perception for two of the most fundamental service robot tasks, grasping and pouring.
To participate in the PhD defense, please contact the Informatics Study Office via email.
The Zoom link will then be mailed to you shortly before the meeting.