Events

Thu, 12/20/2018
Lecture
14:00
1.015

Human-Robot Collaboration: Enabling Flexible and Agile Work Practices
 
The great potential and benefits of collaborative robots are becoming increasingly evident among both the scientific and industrial communities. Robots can reduce stress by providing assistance; increase human capabilities while preventing injuries in industrial scenarios, automatize therapies in rehabilitation contexts, and improve in general the quality of life. On the other hand, humans can provide experience, transfer knowledge and supervise robots’ functionalities, adding a certain level of adaptability to the process and contributing to an effective accomplishment of a broad range of tasks. Towards the improvement of robot adaptability to the variations of the task and human states, this talk will introduce novel control frameworks and multi-modal interfaces that are capable of processing the human states and task performance, and reacting accordingly and adaptively.
 

Mon, 01/14/2019
Colloquium
16:00
1.015
  • Ming-Yang Cheng
  • Larissa Balduin

Ming-Yang Cheng: Neurofeedback

Larissa Balduin: tDCS & word processing

Mon, 01/28/2019
Colloquium
16:00
1.015
  • Sascha Fleer
  • Corinna Osterbrink
Fri, 02/01/2019
Colloquium
10:30
1.015
  • Peter König Cognitive Science, Osnabrück University

Embodied cognition