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Mission

  • Gather the wide range of scientific knowledge and competences embraced by the IEETA researchers in several areas of Electronics, Communications and Informatics and apply it in R&D efforts in the wide and ever growing area of robotics.
  • Foster the knowledge in target areas as intelligent mobile robotics, with a particular focus in subjects such as Robot/Robot interaction and cooperation, Robot/Human interaction, Artificial Intelligence, Control and Self-learning, Robotics in Education, just to mention a few.


Principal investigator


Brief History and main lines of work

ATRI was created in IEETA in 1999, acknowledging the strategic importance of developing this field of research in the institute. ATRI (officially, the University of Aveiro) is involved in the European Robotics Research Network (EURON) and its interest groups.

ATRI's team counts currently with 15 staff researchers, 2 Post-Doc and 8 PhD students. Research in ATRI covers a broad range of topics, including Human-robot interaction, Robot learning, Humanoid Robots, Multi-robot systems, Distributed control architectures for robotics and Robots in Education.

As a mean of demonstrating the results of its R&D achievements, ATRI has been actively involved in Robotic competitions. Among others, ATRI is the host for CAMBADA project, the RoboCup middle-size league soccer team of the University of Aveiro. This is one of the most successful teams in the MSL RoboCup league. CAMBADA middle-size robotic soccer team has already won the 1st place in the Portuguese Robotics Open for five times (2007 through, 2011), ranked 5th in the RoboCup World Championship 2007, won the RoboCup World Championship 2008, ranked 2nd in the RoboCup German Open 2010 and 3rd in the RoboCup World Championships 2009, 2010 and 2011.

In the simulation league, FC Portugal team, a joint initiative of IEETA and LIACC, at University of Porto, has been European and World champion in both 2D and 3D leagues. More recently, CAMBADA, FC Portugal and 5DPO (the MSL team from Un. of Porto) joined efforts to create the “Portuguese Team” to compete in the Standard Platform League of RoboCup.

Several ATRI researchers are members or have been members of RoboCup Organizing and Technical committees. Currently one of ATRI members is a member of the MSL Executive Committee and another one is the Chair of the 2012 MSL Worldwide Organizing Committee.

ATRI has been actively involved, since its beginning, in Robotica, the Portuguese National Robotics Festival. This Festival started in 2001 and aims at promoting Science and Technology, particularly amongst students, from elementary school to University, by means of robotic competitions. Beside competitions, the Festival includes a Scientific Symposium where researchers gather to present their most recent research results. The National Robotics Festival started as a joint effort by researchers from some Portuguese Universities, including ATRI researchers, and is currently organized by the Portuguese Robotics Society. Robotica Festival also includes a set of competitions targeted at secondary school students. These competitions gather annually more than 500 participants from secondary schools in several competitions, such as Rescue, Dance and Soccer. Within this Festival ATRI has participated regularly in the Autonomous driving competition. Several robots have been developed over the years which resulted in three first, one second and four third places. ATRI and University of Aveiro also organized and hosted the Portuguese Robotic Festival in 2002 and 2008.

From 2005 to 2007, ATRI developed the project “POCTI/DIV/2005/00132 – “Concurso MicroRato da Universidade de Aveiro: Actividades de Divulgação da Robótica Móvel”, a government funded project for supporting the promotion of Science in the Society. In the scope of this project, a didactic robot was developed, that is currently being exhibited and used in the “Fábrica da Ciência” (Science Factory), the Science Museum from the University of Aveiro and a member of the Ciência-Viva national network of Science Museums. A permanent robotic exhibition including basic robotic elements such as sensors, actuators and behaviors have received thousands of secondary schools student visitors on a daily basis over the past years.

The “Micro-Rato” contest is the oldest robotic competition in Portugal and it was the first to be organized in a regular basis. It was originally created by two ATRI researchers, who were later joined by other ATRI members, and it is held annually at the University of Aveiro since 1995. This competition started as a “real” (physical) robot competition and later evolved to include a competition of virtual robots, “Ciber-Rato”, where robots compete in a simulated environment. In the scope of this competitions, ATRI researchers have developed a simulated robotic environment, for the Ciber-Rato contest, as well as several physical robotic platforms, that are provided for the teams that want to compete without having to build their own robot from scratch. Ciber-Rato has also been held as an international competition between 2006 and 2009 within Real time Systems Symposium (RTSS). Apart from that, ATRI activities are visited regularly every year by dozens of secondary schools and live demonstrations as well as small seminars are permanently organized to support those visitors. ATRI and several of its activities are also one of the supporting events during the yearly organized during the Open Week of Science of Technology hosted by University of Aveiro.

ATRI members have organized several traineeships for secondary school students. University of Aveiro organizes annual a “Summer Academy”, where students stay in the University premises for a week. This is organized in several subjects, including Robotics.

ATRI scientific areas include but are not limited to embedded systems, distributed data bases, signal and image processing, instrumentation, behavior modeling, control and learning, SLAM, human robot interaction and artificial intelligence. A broad overview of the current ATRI areas and activities can be depicted in the following figure


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A Time line showing the ATRI evolution in terms of scientific research areas is depicted below

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Links to ATRI related projects

CAMBADA: http://robotica.ua.pt/CAMBADA

CAMBADA@HOME: http://robotica.ua.pt/CAMBADA@HOME

CAMBADA@SPL: http://robotica.ua.pt/CAMBADA@SPL

FCPortugal: http://robotica.ua.pt/FCPortugal

ATLAS CAR: http://atlas.web.ua.pt/competitions.html

RACE: http://project-race.eu/

ACORD: http://www.liacc.up.pt/Members/info/niad-r-info/acord-adaptative-coordination-of-robotic-teams

LUL: http://www.livinglab.pt/

People

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Former PhD students


Publications

This is the list of publications of the Transverse Activity on Intelligent Robotics. To add data to this list, check the information regarding the publication lists, and then add the data by following the appropriate link below.

Books

6 books found:

  1. Nuno Lau, António Paulo Moreira, Rodrigo Ventura, Brígida Mónica Faria. Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions (ICARSC'2014). IEEE, May 2014
  2. Luís Seabra Lopes, Nuno Lau, Pedro Mariano, L. M. Rocha. Progress in Artificial Intelligence: 14th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence, EPIA 2009. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, October 2009
  3. Luís Seabra Lopes, Nuno Lau, Pedro Mariano, L. M. Rocha. New Trends in Artificial Intelligence, 14th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence, EPIA 2009. Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, October 2009
  4. Luis Paulo Reis, Luís Correia, Nuno Lau, Reinaldo Bianchi. IROBOT 2008 - 3rd International Workshop on Intelligent Robotics. Lisbon University Institute – ISCTE, October 2008
  5. Luís Seabra Lopes, Filipe Silva, Vítor Santos. Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions: Proceedings of the Eigth Conference. Universidade de Aveiro, April 2008
  6. Luís Seabra Lopes, Tony Belpaeme, Stephen J. Cowley. Language and Robots: Proceedings of the Symposium. 10-12 December 2007, Aveiro, Portugal. Universidade de Aveiro, December 2007

Articles in international journals listed in the ISI

30 articles found:

  1. Procópio Stein, Anne Spalanzani, Vitor Santos, Christian Laugier. Leader following: A study on classification and selection. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, vol. 75, Part A, p. 79-95, January 2016 [IF 2014: 1.256 (Q2, 11/23)]
  2. Brígida Mónica Faria, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau. A Methodology for Creating an Adapted Command Language for Driving an Intelligent Wheelchair. Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 80, no. 3, p. 609-623, December 2015 [IF 2014: 1.178 (Q3, 13/23)]
  3. João Cunha, Rui Serra, Nuno Lau, Luís Seabra Lopes, António J. R. Neves. Batch Reinforcement Learning for Robotic Soccer Using the Q-Batch Update-Rule. Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 80, no. 3, p. 385-399, December 2015 [IF 2014: 1.178 (Q3, 13/23)]
  4. Hamidreza Kasaei, Miguel Riem Oliveira, Gi Hyun Lim, Luís Seabra Lopes, Ana Maria Tomé. Interactive Open-Ended Learning for 3D Object Recognition: An Approach and Experiments. Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 80, no. 3, p. 537-553, December 2015 [IF 2014: 1.178 (Q3, 13/23)]
  5. Nima Shafii, Nuno Lau, Luis Paulo Reis. Learning to Walk Fast: Optimized Hip Height Movement for Simulated and Real Humanoid Robots. Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 80, no. 3, p. 555-571, December 2015 [IF 2014: 1.178 (Q3, 13/23)]
  6. Nuno Lau, António Paulo Moreira, Rodrigo Ventura, Brígida Mónica Faria. Special Issue Robótica 2014. Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 80, no. 3, p. 363-364, December 2015 [IF 2014: 1.178 (Q3, 13/23)]
  7. Pedro Lopes, José Luís Oliveira. An automated real-time integration and interoperability framework for bioinformatics. BMC Bioinformatics, vol. 16, no. 328, October 2015 [IF 2014: 2.576 (Q1, 11/57)]
  8. João Cunha, Rui Ferreira, Nuno Lau. Computer vision and robotic manipulation for automated feeding of cork drillers. Materials & Design, vol. 82, p. 290-296, October 2015 [IF 2014: 3.501 (Q1, 43/260)]
  9. Miguel Riem Oliveira, Vitor Santos, Angel D. Sappa. Multimodal inverse perspective mapping. Information Fusion, vol. 24, p. 108-121, July 2015 [IF 2014: 3.681 (Q1, 3/102)]
  10. Miguel Riem Oliveira, Angel D. Sappa, Vitor Santos. A probabilistic approach for color correction in image mosaicking applications. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, vol. 24, no. 2, p. 508-523, February 2015 [IF 2014: 3.625 (Q1, 14/249)]
  11. Brígida Mónica Faria, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau. Adapted Control Methods for Cerebral Palsy Users of an Intelligent Wheelchair. Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 77, no. 2, p. 299-312, February 2015 [IF 2014: 1.178 (Q3, 13/23)]
  12. Ricardo Pascoal, Vitor Santos, Cristiano Premebida, Urbano Nunes. Simultaneous Segmentation and Superquadrics Fitting in Laser-Range Data. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 64, no. 2, p. 11, February 2015 [IF 2014: 1.978 (Q1, 15/77)]
  13. Luis Rocha, M. Ferreira, Vitor Santos, A. P. Moreira. Object recognition and pose estimation for industrial applications: A cascade system. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, vol. 30, no. 6, p. 605-621, December 2014 [IF 2014: 2.305 (Q1, 6/40)]
  14. João Cravo, Fernando Almeida, Pedro Henriques Abreu, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau, Luís Mota. Strategy planner: Graphical definition of soccer set-plays. Data & Knowledge Engineering, vol. 94, Part A, p. 110-131, November 2014 [IF 2014: 1.115 (Q2, 61/139)]
  15. Rui L. Aguiar, Diogo Gomes, João Paulo Barraca, Nuno Lau. CloudThinking as an Intelligent Infrastructure for Mobile Robotics. Wireless Personal Communications, vol. 76, no. 2, p. 231-244, May 2014 [IF 2014: 0.653 (Q4, 60/77)]
  16. Fernando Almeida, Pedro Henriques Abreu, Nuno Lau, Luis Paulo Reis. An automatic approach to extract goal plans from soccer simulated matches. Soft Computing, vol. 17, no. 5, p. 835-848, May 2013 [IF 2013: 1.304 (Q2, 59/121)] [IF 2014: 1.271 (Q3, 65/123)]
  17. Brígida Mónica Faria, Sérgio Vasconcelos, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau. Evaluation of Distinct Input Methods of an Intelligent Wheelchair in Simulated and Real Environments: A Performance and Usability Study. Assistive Technology, vol. 25, no. 2, p. 88-98, May 2013 [IF 2013: 1.300 (Q2, 26/69)] [IF 2014: 1.679 (Q1, 16/70)]
  18. Vitor Santos, Rui Moreira, Filipe Silva. Mechatronic Design of a New Humanoid Robot with Hybrid Parallel Actuation. International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, vol. 9, October 2012 [IF 2012: 0.821] [IF 2014: 0.526 (Q4, 20/23)]
  19. Aneesh Chauhan, Luís Seabra Lopes. Using spoken words to guide open-ended category formation. Cognitive Processing, vol. 12, no. 4, p. 341-354, November 2011 [IF 2011: 1.567]
  20. António J. R. Neves, Armando J. Pinho, Daniel A. Martins, Bernardo Cunha. An efficient omnidirectional vision system for soccer robots: from calibration to object detection. Mechatronics, vol. 21, no. 2, p. 399-410, March 2011 [IF 2011: 1.255 (Q1, 28/122)] [IF 2014: 1.726 (Q1, 29/130)]
  21. Luís Mota, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau. Multi-robot coordination using setplays in the middle-size and simulation leagues. Mechatronics, vol. 21, no. 2, p. 434-444, March 2011 [IF 2011: 1.255 (Q1, 28/122)] [IF 2014: 1.726 (Q1, 29/130)]
  22. Nuno Lau, Luís Seabra Lopes, Gustavo Corrente, Nelson Filipe, Ricardo Sequeira. Robot team coordination using dynamic role and positioning assignment and role based setplays. Mechatronics, vol. 21, no. 2, p. 445-454, March 2011 [IF 2011: 1.255 (Q1, 28/122)] [IF 2014: 1.726 (Q1, 29/130)]
  23. João Silva, Nuno Lau, António J. R. Neves, João M. O. S. Rodrigues, José Luís Azevedo. World modeling on an MSL robotic soccer team. Mechatronics, vol. 21, no. 2, p. 411-422, March 2011 [IF 2011: 1.255 (Q1, 28/122)] [IF 2014: 1.726 (Q1, 29/130)]
  24. Luís Seabra Lopes, Tony Belpaeme. Beyond the individual: new insights on language, cognition and robots. Connection Science, vol. 20, no. 4, p. 231–237, 2008 [IF 2008: 0.884] [IF 2014: 0.769]
  25. Luís Seabra Lopes, Aneesh Chauhan. Open-ended category learning for language acquisition. Connection Science, vol. 20, no. 4, p. 277–297, 2008 [IF 2008: 0.884] [IF 2014: 0.769]
  26. Luís Seabra Lopes, Aneesh Chauhan. How many words can my robot learn? An approach and experiments with one-class learning. Interaction Studies, vol. 8, no. 1, p. 53–81, 2007 [IF 2014: 1.244]
  27. Vitor Santos, Filipe Silva. Design and low-level control of a humanoid robot using a distributed architecture approach. Journal of Vibration and Control, vol. 12, no. 12, p. 1431-1456, December 2006
  28. Aneesh Chauhan, S. Singh, D. Grosvenor. Episode detection in videos captured using a head mounted camera. Pattern Analysis and Application Journal, vol. 7, no. 2, p. 176-189, July 2004
  29. Luís Seabra Lopes, Jonathan H. Connell. Semisentient Robots: Routes to Integrated Intelligence, Semisentient Robots. IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 16, no. 5, p. 10-14, October 2001
  30. Luís Seabra Lopes, Jonathan H. Connell. Sentience in Robots: Applications and Challenges. IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 16, no. 5, p. 66-69, October 2001

Other articles in journals

17 articles found:

  1. Brígida Mónica Faria, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau. Knowledge Discovery and Multimodal Inputs for Driving an Intelligent Wheelchair. International Journal of Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformatics (IJKDB), vol. 2, no. 4, October 2012
  2. António J. R. Neves. Projeto CAMBADA: o futebol robótico na Universidade de Aveiro como ferramenta de ensino e investigação. Robótica, no. 87, p. 16-17, May 2012
  3. Luis Rei, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau. Optimizing a Humanoid Robot Skill. Robotica - Automação Controlo Instrumentação, no. 86, p. 10-15, January 2012
  4. João Cunha. A survey on Machine Learning in Mobile Robotics. Electrónica e Telecomunicações, vol. 5, no. 3, p. 304-308, June 2011
  5. Brígida Mónica Faria, Gladys Castillo, Nuno Lau, Luis Paulo Reis. Classification of FC Portugal Robotic Soccer Formations: a Comparative Study of Machine Learning Algorithms. Robótica, no. 92, p. 4-9, October 2011
  6. Pedro Kulzer, Bernardo Cunha. Automotive engine/chassis control and development systems: quick state of the art overview focused on a "clean-slate approach" for innovative easy-handling methods. Electrónica e Telecomunicações, vol. 5, no. 2, July 2010
  7. António J. R. Neves, Daniel A. Martins, Armando J. Pinho, José Luís Azevedo. An efficient real-time hybrid vision system for soccer robots. Robótica, no. 74, p. 4-9, 2009
  8. Nuno Figueiredo, António J. R. Neves, Nuno Lau, José Luís Azevedo, Artur Pereira, Gustavo Corrente. The base station application of the CAMBADA robotic soccer team. Electrónica e Telecomunicações, vol. 5, no. 1, p. 69-74, June 2009
  9. Luís Seabra Lopes, António J. S. Teixeira, Marcelo Quinderé, Mário Rodrigues. Integrated Capabilities for Knowledge Acquisition Through Spoken Language Interaction in a Mobile Robot. Robótica, vol. 3, no. 74, 2009
  10. Nuno Lau, Luís Seabra Lopes, Gustavo A. Corrente. CAMBADA: Information Sharing and Team Coordination. Robótica - Automação Controlo Instrumentação, no. 74, p. 10-14, March 2009
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Chapters in books

14 articles found:

  1. António J. S. Teixeira. A Critical Analysis of Speech-based Interaction in Healthcare Robots: Making a Case for the Increased Use of Speech in Medical and Assistive Robots. Speech and Automata in Healthcare, Amy Neustein (Ed.), De Gruyter, p. 1-29, 2014
  2. Luis Paulo Reis, Fernando Almeida, Luis Mota, Nuno Lau. Coordination in Multi-robot systems: Applications in robotic soccer. Agents and Artificial Intelligence, Joaquim Filipe, Ana Fred (Ed.), Springer Berlin Heidelberg, vol. Communications in Computer and Information Science 358, p. 3-21, 2013
  3. João Silva, Nuno Lau, António J. R. Neves. Cooperative detection and identification of obstacles in a robotic soccer team. Advances in Robotics: Modeling, Control and Applications, Calin Ciufudean, Lino García (Ed.), iConcept Press, p. 219-235, February 2013
  4. Vítor Santos, Rui Moreira, Filipe Silva. Hybrid Actuation and Distributed Control for a Small-size Humanoid Robot. Introduction to Modern Robotics, Daisuke Chugo, Sho Yokota (Ed.), iConcept Press, January 2012
  5. Bernardo Cunha, José Luís Azevedo, Nuno Lau. Calibration of Non-SVP Hyperbolic Catadioptric Robotic Vision Systems. Robot Vision, Ales Ude (Ed.), INTECH, p. 307-324, March 2010
  6. António J. R. Neves, José Luís Azevedo, Bernardo Cunha, Nuno Lau, João Silva, Frederico Santos, Gustavo Corrente, Daniel A. Martins, Nuno Figueiredo, Artur Pereira, Luís Almeida, Luís Seabra Lopes, Armando J. Pinho, João M. O. S. Rodrigues, Paulo Pedreiras. CAMBADA soccer team: from robot architecture to multiagent coordination. Robot Soccer, Vladan Papic (Ed.), INTECH, p. 19-45, January 2010
  7. Luís Seabra Lopes, Aneesh Chauhan. How many Words can my Robot learn? An Approach and Experiments with One-Class Learning. Symbol Grounding, T. Belpaeme, S.J. Cowley and K. MacDorman (Ed.), John Benjamins, p. 55-82, January 2009
  8. Paulo Pedreiras, F. Teixeira, N. Ferreira, Luís Almeida, Armando J. Pinho, F. Santos. A real-time framework for the vision subsystem in autonomous mobile robots. Vision Systems: Applications, G. Obinata, A. Dutta (Ed.), In-Tech Education and Publishing, p. 83-100, 2007
  9. Filipe Silva, Vítor Santos. Multipurpose Low-Cost Humanoid Platform and Modular Control Software Development. Humanoid Robots: Human-like Machines, Matthias Hackel, ISBN 978-3-902613-07-3 (Ed.), I-Tech Education and Publishing, p. 65 - 88, June 2007
  10. João Certo, Nuno Lau, Luis Paulo Reis. A Generic Strategic Layer for Collaborative Networks. Establishing the Foundations for Collaborative Networks, L. Camarinha-Matos, H. Afsarmanesh, P. Novais, C. Analide (Ed.), Springer, Boston, p. 273-282, September 2007
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Articles in proceedings of conferences

174 articles found:

  1. Vahid Mokhtari, Gi Hyun Lim, Luís Seabra Lopes, Armando J. Pinho. Gathering and Conceptualizing Plan-Based Robot Activity Experiences. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS-13), http://wiki.ieeta.pt/wiki/images/a/ae/Vahid2016-ias13.pdf, vol. 302, p. 993--1005, 2016
  2. Abbas Abdolmaleki, Nuno Lau, Luis Paulo Reis, Jan Peters, Gerhard Neumann. Contextual policy search for generalizing a parameterized biped walking controller. Proceedings - 2015 IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions, ICARSC 2015, p. 17-22, April 2015
  3. Alina Trifan, António J. R. Neves, Bernardo Cunha, José Luís Azevedo. UAVision: A modular time-constrained vision library for soccer robots. RoboCup 2014: Robot Soccer World Cup XVIII, João Pessoa, Brazil, vol. LNAI 8992, p. 490-501, July 2015
  4. Alina Trifan, António J. R. Neves, Bernardo Cunha. Image scanning techniques for speed-up color object detection. Proceedings of the 5th Eccomas Thematic Conference on Computational Vision and Medical Image Processing, VipIMAGE 2015, Tenerife, Spain, p. 307-312, October 2015
  5. António J. R. Neves, Alina Trifan, Paulo Dias, José Luís Azevedo. Detection of Aerial Balls in Robotic Soccer Using a Mixture of Color and Depth Information. Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions (ICARSC 2015), Vila Real, Portugal, April 2015
  6. Eurico Pedrosa, Nuno Lau, Artur Pereira, Bernardo Cunha. A Skill-Based Architecture for Pick and Place Manipulation Tasks. Progress in Artificial Intelligence - 17th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence, EPIA 2015, Coimbra, Portugal, vol. LNCS 9273, p. 457-468, September 2015
  7. Hidehisa Akiyama, Klaus Dorer, Nuno lau. On the progress of soccer simulation leagues. RoboCup 2014: Robot World Cup XVIII, vol. 8992, p. 599-610, May 2015
  8. Nima Shafii, Nuno Lau, Luis Paulo Reis. Generalized learning to create an energy efficient ZMP-based walking. RoboCup 2014: Robot World Cup XVIII, vol. 8992, p. 583-595, May 2015
  9. Ricardo Dias, José Luís Azevedo, Bernardo Cunha, António J. R. Neves, Nuno Lau. Improving the Kicking Accuracy in a Soccer Robot. Proceedings of the 30th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Computing, Salamanca, Spain, April 2015
  10. Luis Mota, João Fabro, Luis Paulo Reis, Nuno Lau. Collaborative behavior in soccer: The setplay free software framework. RoboCup 2014: Robot World Cup XVIII, vol. 8992, p. 709-716, May 2015
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PhD theses

10 PhD theses found:

  1. Pedro Kulzer. Novel Hardware and Software Combination for Automotive Motorsport Vehicles based on Direct Processing of Graphical Functions. PhD Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, February 2015
  2. João Cunha. Techniques for Batch Reinforcement Learning in Robotics. PhD Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, May 2015
  3. Nima Shafii. Development of an Optimized Omnidirectional Walk Engine for Humanoid Robots. PhD Thesis, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, April 2015
  4. Frederico Santos. Architecture for Real-Time Coordination of Multiple Autonomous Mobile Units. PhD Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, June 2014
  5. Aneesh Chauhan. Grounding Human Vocabulary in Robot Perception through Interaction. PhD Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, May 2014
  6. João Silva. Perception and software architecture for mobile robotics. PhD Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, December 2014
  7. Luis Rocha. Object Recognition and Pose Estimation in Flexible Robotic Cells. PhD Thesis, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal, April 2014
  8. Marcelo Quinderé. Comunicação Humano-Robô através de Liguagem Falada. PhD Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, May 2013
  9. Brígida Mónica Faria. Patient Classification for Intelligent Wheelchair Adaptation. PhD Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal, June 2013
  10. Luís Henrique R. Mota. Multi-robot Coordination using Flexible Setplays: Applications in RoboCup’s Simulation and Middle-Size Leagues. PhD Thesis, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal, May 2012

Masters theses

40 Masters theses found:

  1. Tiago Gomes Moura. Development of a Dual-Arm Robotic System for Gesture Imitation. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, February 2015
  2. Ricardo Jorge Maurício Dias. Agent Architecture of the CAMBADA Robotics Soccer Team. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, July 2014
  3. Filipe Alves Amaral. Strategic positioning during Set Pieces for the CAMBADA soccer team. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, July 2014
  4. Joana Rodrigues Garrido. TURF: A low cost solution for Tracking fireman in Urban Fires. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, November 2014
  5. Carlos Manuel Carvalho Magalhães. Modelização do Integrador do Agente Cambada. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, July 2014
  6. José Lucas Lemos Mendonça. Behaviours for simulated humanoid robots. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, December 2014
  7. Sara Cristina Albuquerque Figueiredo. Desenvolvimento de um Sistema de Diálogo para Interação com Robôs. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, July 2014
  8. André de Oliveira Nunes. Controlo de Bola Utilizando o Corpo do Robô CAMBADA. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, December 2014
  9. Rafael Filipe dos Reis Castro. Development of a goalkeeper for the Middle Size League. Masters Thesis, Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, December 2014
  10. Luis Ferreira. CAMBADA@HOME: identificação e seguimentos de humanos. Masters Thesis, DETI, Universidade de Aveiro, Campus Universitário Santiago, Aveiro, Portugal, July 2013
  11. ...further results