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Seminar: Research on Intelligent Robots at University of Toyama


Workshop on Intelligent Robots 

August 9-10, 2010 

Istanbul Technical University

 

SPEAKER:

Dr. Genci Capi
Professor
Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Eng.
University of Toyama, Japan

TITLE:
Research on Intelligent Robots at University of Toyama

DATE:
August 9, 2010

TIME:
02:00pm - 04:00pm


LOCATION:

ITU Elektrik Elektronik Fakultesi, Idris Yamanturk Seminer Salonu, 1302


Abstract:

In the intelligent robot laboratory at the University of Toyama, the  
aim of our research is to develop new technologies for the autonomous  
and automatic robots that will support our daily life in real  
environment. The goal is to develop autonomous robots by endowing them  
with flexibility, adaptability, robustness and reliability in order to  
fulfill accurately a given task in any environment. In this talk I  
will present our research work on:

- Gesture recognition for human robot interaction.
- Human robot interaction using natural language.
- Brain-machine Interface
- Evolution of neural controllers


Biography:

Genci Capi is a Professor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at  
the University of Toyama, and the Director of the Intelligent Robotics  
Laboratory. His current research interests are in the areas of  
intelligent and autonomous robots, brain-machine interface and  
multi-robots system. He is the recipient of several awards such as the  
Highly Commended Award from the Literati Awards for Excellence. Dr.  
Capi is member of the editorial board of several journals and  
organizer of many conferences in the field of intelligent robots. He  
has authored more than 100 articles in high-impact journals and  
conferences proceedings.

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