LIMBS seminars can be held either by members of the labs or by visiting researchers. LIMBS talks must be understandable by non-specialists; therefore, there is almost no limitation to what the topic of the seminar can be, although we mainly deal with artificial intelligence, robotics and bioengineerings. The audience is (usually :-) friendly.
Do you feel like attending a LIMBS seminar?
Then have a look at the programme below. LIMBS seminars usually take place in the building of Villa Bonino, in the aula di rappresentanza (representatives' room), I floor, at h13:30.
Do you feel like giving a LIMBS seminar?
Then email Claudio Castellini.
Here (2002/2003, 2003/2004, 2004/2005) you can find a reference to the past seminars, in order to get a feeling of what they are about.
Comments and suggestions are welcome: please write to our mailing list.
Graham J. Steel
School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, UK
Formalised PIN Cracking
Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics, German Aerospace Center
Towards a bio inspired grasping system -- Grasping via gating of micro movements
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
A Bio-Inspired Sensory-Motor Neural Model for a Neuro-Robotic Manipulation Platform
Institute for Scientific Interchange, Torino, Italy
Electronic implementation of a network with good reconstruction properties of the input
Computational Neuroscience - University Göttingen
Perception, Action and Cognition: Introducing the PACO-PLUS Project