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Lecturer and Researcher in Neurorobotics

Student Theses


Title  

Platform

State

Type

Field


Filtering multimodal sensory data during rhythmic motion of Nao humanoid robot


OPEN


Master Thesis

or 

Bachalor Thesis 


Biologically-Inspired Learning for Humanoid Robots

Mutimodal human faces detection and tracking during people conversation


OPEN


Master Thesis

or 

Bachalor Thesis 


computer vision

&

motor control

Speach recognition



Humanoid Robot Learns Walking by Demonstration 


OPEN


Master Thesis

or 

Bachalor Thesis 



Reinforcement learning

Human Robot Interaction


Humanoid hydraulic robotic arm learns nailing using a hammer

Note: joint supervision by TU Chemnitz (Germany) and University of Versailles (France).

To start ASAP.. Planned for October 2014



OPEN


Master Thesis

(6 months in Paris, France, with compensation for expenses)


computer vision

&

motor control


Ping pong ball tracking by humanoid head and eyes

Note: joint supervision by TU Chemnitz (Germany) and University of Versailles (France).

To start ASAP.. Planned for October 2014



OPEN


Master Thesis

(6 months in Paris, France, with compensation for expenses)

computer vision

&

motor control


Humanoid Robot Learns Using Tools  


RUNNING

by: Akshay Raj


Master Thesis

computer vision

&

Biologically-Inspired motor control


Humanoid Transfer of Learning

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RUNNING

by: Payam Atoofi

Master Thesis

Biologically-Inspired Learning for Humanoid Robots

An Enhanced Actor–Critic model for Reinforcement Learning with Success–Failure Experience


FINISHED

by: Shoubhik Debnath

Practical Project Cognitive Systems

Biologically-Inspired Learning for Humanoid Robots

Humanoid Robot Learns Writing based Central Pattern Generator


FINISHED

by: Shoubhik Debnath

Practical Project

Biologically-Inspired Learning for Humanoid Robots

Construction of a Humanoid Robot Motion Library to Deal with Perturbation: A Variety of External Perturbation Forces.


RUNNING

by: Saqib Sheikh


Master Thesis

Biologically-Inspired Learning for Humanoid Robots

Construction of a Humanoid Robot Motion Library to Deal with Perturbation: Perturbation at Different Walking States.


FINISHED

by: Usama Yassen


multidisciplinary project

Biologically-Inspired Learning for Humanoid Robots

Cerebellar-Based Learning for Humanoid Robots


FINISHED

by: Ahmed Hallawa


Master Thesis

Biologically-Inspired Learning for Humanoid Robots

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