Открытые лекции по биомехатронике и робототехнике проф. Университета Твенте Stefano Stramigioli



Открытые лекции по биомехатронике и робототехнике проф. Университета Твенте Stefano Stramigioli

5 и 6 сентября  в конференц-зале кафедры СУИ (пер. Гривцова 14, ауд. 446) состоятся семинары со-руководителя международной научной лаборатории "Биомехатроники и энергоэффективной робототехники" Университета ИТМО, вице-президента euRoboticsпрофессора Университета Твенте Stefano Stramigioli.

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5 сентября, вторник, 15:20 - 16:50, обзорный доклад

Тема доклада:  Robotics is coming, do not worry, be happy.

Аннотация:  In this lecture a general introduction to robotics will be given. A number of activities happening at the University of Twente will be presented as introduction of the background of the lecturer and issues will be touched on some line of research which can be the basis for the work at ITMO University.

6 сентября, среда, 15:20 - 16:50, тематический доклад

Тема доклада:
  Energy Aware Robotics.

Аннотация: 
 Once Robotics is used in interaction with humans or an unknown environment, different paradigms need to be used instead of the “standard once” usually used in robotics. An overview of these concepts and methodology will be given.

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Stefano Stramigioli received the M.Sc. with honors (cum laude) from the University of Bologna (I) in 1992 and the Ph.D with honors (cum laude) in 1998 from the Delft University of Technology. Since 1998 he has been faculty member first as assistant, associate and currently full professor in Advanced Robotics. He is an IEEE Fellow and has been an IEEE RAS officer for many years.
He is currently leading a growing group of about 50 people (http://www.ce.utwente.nl). He has been Editor in chief of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, which he brought from the seventh to the first place in the ranking of the Impact Factor among all journals on Robotics. He has furthermore been Editor in Chief of the IEEE ITSC Newsletter and guest editor for others. He is member of the Editorial Board of the Springer Journal of Intelligent Service Robotics.
He has been an AdCom member of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, he has been the founder and chair of the Electronic Products and Services of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society and he has been serving as Vice President for Membership of the same society for two consecutive terms.  He is involved in different projects related to Control and Robotics for medical, inspection and home and care applications.  Among the award he received are the 2009 recipient of the IEEE-RAS distinguish service award, 2016 european Tech Transfer Award, and 2016 and 2017 Hamlyn Symposium Awards. He is one of the authors and multimedia editor of the Springer Handbook of Robotics.
He has been invited many times as speaker at international schools, workshops and conferences for lecturing or plenary speeches, and he has numerous national and international cooperations. He has been teaching Modeling, Control and Robotics for under and post-graduates. He is currently serving as the Vice President for Research of euRobotics, the private part of the PPP cooperation with the European Commission known as SPARC, the biggest robotic civil program worldwide.