IRIM Research Symposium

IRIM hosts each year a symposium to feature presentations from faculty and presentations of research from the Georgia Tech Research Institute.

The symposium is a chance for faculty to meet new robotics students on campus, as well as a chance to get a better idea of what IRIM colleagues are up to these days. The goal of the symposium is to spark new ideas, new collaborations, and even new friends!

9:00am  | Registration

9:30am | Seth Hutchinson - Welcome and Introductory Remarks
9:45am | Sehoon Ha - Learning Interactive Skills of Legged Robots
10:00am | Stephen Balakirsky - Knowledge Driven Robotics
10:15am | Matthew Gombolay - RoboFederer: Towards Human-Robot Team Athletics
10:30am | Sonia Chernova - TBA

10:45am | Break

11:00am | Danfei Xu - TBA
11:15am | Harish Ravichandar - TBA
11:30am | Zsolt Kira - Vision and Language Foundation Models for Open-World Robotics
11:45am | James Hayes - TBA
12:00pm | Animesh Garg - Science and Systems for Foundation Models Manipulation

12:15pm - 1:15pm | Lunch [Box lunches provided to registered attendees]

1:15pm | Ai-Ping Hu - Agricultural Robotics at Georgia Tech
1:30pm | W. Hong Yeo - TBA
1:45pm | Ellen Yi Chen Mazumdar - TBA
2:00pm | Yue Chen - TBA
2:15pm | Greg Sawicki - Beyond reducing cost of transport: What can lower-limb exoskeletons do on the shortest and longest timescales?
2:30pm | Ye Zhao- TBA

2:45pm | Break

3:00pm | Spyros Reveliotis - Traffic Control of Multi-Agent Systems Circulating on Graphs
3:15pm | Shreyas Kousik - TBA
3:30pm | Charlie Kemp - TBA
3:45pm | Panos Tsiotras – TBA

4:15pm | Closing Remarks

4:30pm - 6:30pm | Poster Session

6:00pm - 9:00pm | Robotics Meet-Up


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