All seminars are held at the Department of Automatic Control, in the new seminar room M:2112B (on the second floor in the M-building), unless stated otherwise.

Upcoming Seminars

Friday 19 October 14:15–15:00

Robotics and Technology Assisted Neurorehabilitation for Translational Research
Natalia Martina López Celani, Universidad Nacional de San Juan

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Tuesday 23 October 15:05–15:50

Collision Avoidance: A line-of-sight and time-to-collision approach.
Thiago Marinho, University of Illinois UC

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Tuesday 23 October 15:55–16:40

Lower Bounds on the Complexity of Solving Two Classes of Non-cooperative Games
Ehsan Nekouei, KTH

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Friday 2 November 10:15–11:00

Robot Assisted Training to Support Motor Learning for Different Skill Levels
Ekin Basalp, ETH Zürich

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Friday 2 November 11:05–11:50

A theoretic framework connecting speed and accuracy heterogeneity at the system and component levels
Yorie Nakahira, Caltech

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Tuesday 6 November 10:15–11:00

Corticostriatal circuits encode behavioral transitions in natural behavior
Joel Sjöbom, Lund University

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Tuesday 6 November 11:05–11:50

Efficient predictive model-based and fuzzy control
Anahita Jamshidnejad,, Technical University of Delft

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Wednesday 7 November 10:15–11:00

Partial Synchronization and Model Reduction of Nonlinear Biological Networks
Yu Kawano, University of Groningen

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Wednesday 7 November 11:05–11:50

Learning convex bounds for linear quadratic control policy synthesis
Jack Umenberger, Uppsala University

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Thursday 8 November 10:15–11:00

Model reduction by balanced truncation of dominant systems
Alberto Padoan, University of Cambridge

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

Thursday 8 November 11:05–11:50

Predicting Rewards at Every Time Scale
Roshan Shariff, University of Alberta

The seminar will be held in M:2112B.

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