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Robot Learning Seminar Series

The Robot Learning Seminar Series is an initiative which began in December 2022, where we are organising regular, in-person seminars, hosted at Imperial College London. These seminars will be broadly on the topic of robot learning, but will also overlap with complementary areas in robotics, machine learning, and computer vision. See below for details of past and upcoming seminars, and I hope to see many of you there from Imperial College and beyond! For enquiries, please contact Edward Johns at e.johns@imperial.ac.uk.

Upcoming Seminars

TBC ...

Past Seminars

Speaker

Title

Date

Video

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Amanda Prorok
University of Cambridge

Graph Neural Network Based Interaction Models

for Collaborative Control

in Multi-Robot Systems

24th January 2024

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Frontiers in Embodied AI

for Autonomous Driving

15th November
2023

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Martin Riedmiller
Google DeepMind

Data-efficient RL Agents -

how to build and why they matter

12th July
2023

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Dimitrios Kanoulas
University College London (UCL)

Cognitive Real-World

Loco-Manipulation

3rd May
2023

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Ingmar Posner
University of Oxford

Learning to Perceive and to Act - Disentangling Tales from (Structured) Latent Space

25th January 2023

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Subramanian Ramamoorthy
University of Edinburgh

Towards a holistic view of learning from demonstration: Case studies involving dexterous manipulation

2nd December
2022

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