UQ Robotics: Dynamic Systems in Motion

UQ Robotics: Dynamic Systems in Motion

the robotics design lab TITLE: Short Title You [email protected] http://itee.uq.edu.au/~puns/ IROS or Some Such November 5, 2013 http://robotics.itee.uq.edu.au

UQ Robotics Introduction Methods Experiments Conclusion 2 UQ Robotics Introduction Methods Experiments Conclusion

3 UQ Robotics Introduction Methods Experiments Conclusion 4 UQ Robotics

Introduction Methods Experiments Conclusion 5 UQ Robotics: Dynamic Systems in Motion Diverse international research group Hanna Kurniwati (NUS/MIT) Paul Pounds (ANU/Yale) Surya Singh (Stanford/Syd)

Aerial Systems Bio-inspired Systems Planning Mechanics of motion

UQ Robotics Introduction Methods Experiments Conclusion 6 People are not robots! Now that were inspired, lets solve a systems problem

UQ Robotics Introduction Methods Experiments Conclusion 7 The End! UQ Robotics

Introduction Generation Correction Assistance Conclusion 8 Scraps UQ Robotics

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