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Spring 2022 Series
All Seminars Held on Wednesdays 12:15 - 1:15pm

Spring 2022 Schedule


Date Speaker Affiliation Title
January 26 Mark Moll Director of Research; PickNik Robotics Robot Motion Planning: Challenges and Opportunities for Increasing Robot Autonomy

February 9


Jason Wheeler Sandia National Labs Wearable Device Design and Biomechanical Research at Sandia National Labs

February 23


Melkior Omik AE - University of Illinois;
Resilience of Autonomous Systems:
A Step Beyond Adaptation

March 9


Hadas Kress-Gazit Schools of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University Synthesizing & Guaranteeing
Robot Behaviors

March 30


Cédric Pradalier Georgia Tech Lorraine Field Robotics & Automation at Georgia Institute of Technology Lorraine Campus: An Overview

April 13

KLAUS 1116

Marco Pavone Stanford & NVIDIA Towards Safe, Data-driven Autonomy


IRIM Seminar Series Archives

IRIM's seminar series is video recorded and housed in Georgia Tech Library's SMARTech repository

Kelly Distinguished Lecture on Robots & Jobs

The Kelly Distinguished Lecture on Robots and Jobs features preeminent scholars in fields of significance to robotics. The visiting lecturers, in addition to presenting seminars on topics relevant to robots in the workplace, participate in informal discussions with Georgia Tech faculty and students.

Robograds Seminars

Robograds hosts Student Research Seminars throughout the school year. The seminars are held on Monday's at 1PM EST and consist of a "one topic, two speaker" format in which one speaker is a guest from another university.

Check the Robograds website calendar for seminar updates.

Affiliated Center Seminars

Two of IRIM's affiliated centers also host weekly seminars. The Machine Learning Center holds seminars on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m., alternating weekly with IRIM's schedule. The Decision and Control Laboratory (DCL) typically holds seminars on Fridays at 11 a.m.