[robotics-worldwide] ICRA2006: WORKSHOP ON HUMANOID <<final program>>

Y. Nakamura nakamura at ynl.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Sun Apr 30 08:11:20 PDT 2006


Dear Colleagues,

The following workshop is scheduled on May 15th, 2006 at ICRA2006.
On-site participation is most welcome.
							Co-Organizers

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ICRA2006 Workshop, Monday, May 15, 2006          http://www.icra2006.org/
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UNDERSTANDING HUMANOID ROBOTS
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This workshop aims to explore current state-of-the-art humanoid robotics 
technology and review advances in humanoid robotics technology in Asia, 
Europe, and the United States. Finally a panel discussion on the future 
directions of humanoid robotics technology will conclude this Workshop. This

workshop is part of the Technical Committee on Humanoid Robots activities 
and the speakers are committed to serve the needs of RAS members, 
especially those who are members of TC-HR. Graduate students and robotics 
researchers who are eager to engage in humanoid robotics research are most 
encouraged to participate.
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Organizers:
Yoshihiko Nakamura, University of Tokyo
Hirohisa Hirukawa, AIST
Shigeki Sugano, Waseda University
Ruediger Dillmann, University of Karshrule 
George Lee, NSF
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PROGRAM
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Session 0: 	Welcome and Introduction
8:30- 8:45			Shigeki Sugano		Waseda Univ.
Session 1: 	Technology, State of the Art
8:45- 9:30	Mechanism and Control	
				Shuuji Kajita		AIST
9:30 -10:15	Motion Planning	James Kuffner		CMU
10:15-10:30 	Coffee Break
Session 2: 	Research Paradigms
10:30-11:15	Intelligence	Yoshihiko Nakamura	Univ. of Tokyo
11:15-12:00	Neuroscience	Stephan Shaal		USC
12:00-13:00 	Lunch Break
Session 3: 	Research Projects
13:00-13:30	EU Project	Michael Pardowitz	Univ. of Karshrule
13:30-14:00	Japanese Project	
				Hirohisa Hirukawa	AIST
14:00-14:30	Korean Project	Jun Ho Oh		KAIST
14:30-15:00	US Project	Robert Ambrose		NASA
15:00-15:20 	Coffee Break
Session 4:	Panel Discussion (All Speakers+Organizers)
15:20-17:00	Coordinator	C.S. George Lee	NSF

17:00		Closing Remarks  C.S. George Lee
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