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Published: 02.12.2016. at 15:36
LABUST at University of Zagreb Fair...

The Laboratory for Underwater Systems and Technologies (LABUST) participated on University of Zagreb Fair 2016 as part of the Faculty of electrical engineering and computing (FER) among more than 30 faculties. University of Zagreb Fair 2016 was held from 17th until 19th November 2016 in Zagreb, Croatia

Members Anja Babić, Filip Mandić, Ivan Lončar and Marin Stipanov presented current projects and collaborative projects with other groups from FER and also developed equipment - surface vehicle PlaDyPos and the underwater vehicle LAUV.

High attendance of high school students, young faculty students and other interested parties helped in spreading awareness about research potentials in underwater systems and mobile robotics in general. 

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 14.11.2016. at 17:59
Training by Edin Omerdić, UL during...

Edin Omerdić from University of Limerick (IE) held a training

 

"Thruster Control using LabVIEW Real-Time & FPGA Graphical Programming"

 

during the 1st EXCELLABUST summer school which was organized as part of Breaking the Surface 2016. Breaking the Surface 2016 was held from 2nd until 9th October in Biograd na Moru (Croatia) and more than 220 people participated in the program.

 

More about the speaker and lecture is available in detailed news content and here.

Ivana Mikolić
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Published: 14.11.2016. at 15:36
Edited: 14.11.2016. at 15:38
Innovation Tuesday at Breaking the...

During the 8th edition of Breaking the Surface 2016 summer school we organized an Innovation Tuesday program and dedicated the whole day to lectures about creation of corporate spin-offs, on how to attract investments and tips and tricks in starting such a company in the form of Innovation Management Training.

Innovation Tuesday was held for the first time on 4th of October while Breaking the Surface was held from 2nd until 9th October in Biograd na Moru (Croatia). More than 220 participants from marine robotics field and its applications - marine biology, archaeology, security, oceanology etc. participated in BtS programs. 

As part of Innovation Tuesday, 11 lecturers presented their experience and knowledge, together with one demonstration of robot developed by a star-up company:

Innovation Tuesday (INNOVA):

1. LECTURES

2. DEMONSTRATIONS

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 09.11.2016. at 10:40
Edited: 16.11.2016. at 21:37
1st EXCELLABUST summer school...

8th International Interdisciplinary Field Workshop of Marine Robotics and Applications Breaking the Surface was held from 2nd until 9th October 2016 in Biograd na Moru, Croatia.

BTS2016 was organized as a 1st EXCELLABUST summer school and this edition broke all records: more than 220 participants from various fields (marine robotics, marine biology, marine archaeology, maritime security, oceanology etc.) joind BTS!

 

In short, BTS presented:

  • 29 invited lectures
  • 11 equipment, project and research groups demonstrations
  • 1 tutorial

More informations about the programme are available at BTS web site. Check photos to see how the event went at BTS web site or in our Gallery.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 08.11.2016. at 16:34
Edited: 08.11.2016. at 18:04
LABUST won an Innovation Award at...

Members of the Laboratory for underwater systems and technologies (LABUST) Filip Mandić, Ivana Mikolić and Zoran Vukić have presented laboratory achievements and equipment at booth at the Rijeka Nautic Show 2016. LABUST has presented its own products: autonomous surface vehicle PlaDyPos and underwater tablet casing. Rijeka Nautic Show was held from 23rd until 25th September 2016 in Rijeka, Croatia.

Rijeka Nautic Show judges awarded LABUST with an Innovation Award for its showcased products!

Photos are available in the Gallery.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 07.11.2016. at 14:51
Open Days 2016 at University of...

The University of Limerick - UL has hosted an Open Days 2016 event on the 20th and 21st of October 2016. The event was a splendid success with more than 12,000 prospective students, their parents and teachers visiting the Campus to learn about the UL experience, inform themselves on the available courses, visit the many research labs operating at the university, and talk to the current students, lecturers and researchers.

 

The Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering introduced the prospective students to the many robotics and communications undergraduate courses available within the ECE Department, while the MMRRC researchers presented some of our ongoing research activities, including the EXCELLABUST project, and demonstrated the control systems for underwater robots and the head tracking camera system used to assist ROV pilots, which all drew much attention from the future UL students.

 

More information can be found on University of Limerick and UL Open Days 2016 websites.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 07.11.2016. at 13:02
Project meeting during Breaking the...

During H2020 EXCELLABUST summer school Breaking the Surface, representatives of all partners and Advisory Board memebers gathered and held a project meeting. The project meeting was held on 5th October 2016 in Biograd na Moru (Croatia).

Meeting goals were to get familiarized with each partner's activity since the last meeting, establish a detailed meeting schedule, work plan and deliverable list for the following 12 months, and to make detailed plans for EMRA’17.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 14.10.2016. at 09:33
Edited: 25.10.2016. at 16:27
Invited talk "Fjord ecosystems...

 

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics", Centre of Excellence ACROSS  and IEEE Croatia Section, Robotics and Automation Chapter organized the lecture

 

"Fjord ecosystems on the West Antarctic Peninsula - hotspots of biodiversity and response to climate warming (the FjordEco Project)" 

 

given by Prof. Craig Smith, University of Hawai’i​ at Manoa, Honolulu, USA. 

 

 

The lecture will took place on Tuesday, 25th October 2016, starting at 10:00 in Grey Hall at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here.

Nikola Mišković
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Published: 11.10.2016. at 09:00
Invited lecture "Robotics for...

 

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" organized the lecture

 

" Robotics for challenging ocean intervention in marine renewable energy and other applications

 

given by Daniel Toal,  University of Limerick, Ireland. 

 

 

The lecture took place on Thursday, 6th October 2016, at 09:00 in Hotel Adriatic (Ilirija Resort) in Biograd na Moru, Croatia in the scope of the 1st EXCELLABUST summer school Breaking the Surface 2016. More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and at BtS web page.

Ivana Mikolić
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Published: 10.10.2016. at 16:15
Invited talk "Modular portable...

 

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" organized the lecture

 

" Modular portable marine robotics " 

 

given by Massimo Caccia,  National Research Council - CNR, Institute of intelligent systems for automation - ISSIA, Italy. 

 

 

The lecture took place on Wednesday, 5th October 2016, at 09:45 in Hotel Adriatic (Ilirija Resort) in Biograd na Moru, Croatia in the scope of the 1st EXCELLABUST summer school Breaking the Surface 2016. More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and at BtS web page.

Ivana Mikolić
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Published: 03.10.2016. at 16:18
MaREI Open Days in June - Cork...

On Saturday, 5th June 2016, the MaREI Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy hosted a festival 'discovery day' event as a part of the Cork Harbour Festival. 'Discover Oceans of Energy' event was a great opportunity for MaREI to open the doors of the UCC Beaufort Building in Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork, Ireland, to the public. The people were able to see the impressive new MaREI facilities and engage in some hands-on marine and energy themed activities.

More information on the event can be found here.

Nikola Mišković
Published: 03.10.2016. at 16:08
Edited: 03.10.2016. at 16:08
UL at 'Robotics in Space,...

Daniel Toal, of the MMRRC at the University of Limerick, gave a talk during the 'Robotics in space, Underwater, Industry and the Law' event on the 2nd February 2016. The event was jointly organised Engineers Ireland, Mechanical and Manufacturing Division, and Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Daniel spoke of underwater systems and discussed the importance of remote presence as offshore operations are often prohibitively expensive and remotely controlled robots could be used for monitoring, repairing and maintaining the future of marine renewable energy farms.

The talk can be accessed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-esDnR8yZpA#t=21m07s

Nikola Mišković
Published: 03.10.2016. at 13:04
Edited: 03.10.2016. at 14:53
UdG organizes R2B2 workshops for pupils

Dissemination of research is a must nowadays. Back in 2009, at the University of Girona and inspired in dissemination techniques of MIT, three professors of Computer Vision and Robotics Institute designed the R2B2 workshops. These 3-day workshops consist on building underwater robots out of recycled materials in a low cost basis. Teams of 3 to 5 students from 12 to 16 years old, conceive, design, build and test their own prototypes at the University. The workshops were held in March, April, May (two events) and July 2016.

Since EXCELLABUST project started, 4 R2B2 underwater robot’s construction and water testing for youngster’s workshops have been done at the University of Girona. Around 50 students from different parts of the area of Catalonia, build 14 fully functional underwater robots at CIRS building.

Nikola Mišković
Published: 01.10.2016. at 18:48
Open-door event in Limerick: Pint of...

In May 2016 Joseph Coleman from University of Limerick gave a talk on Pint of Science event in Limerick, where he promoted EXCELLABUST project and BtS 2016 Workshop, raising the public’s awareness of both.

Pint of Science is an event where scientist and engineers ditch the lab coats and deliver their research tales in a fun, engaging and approachable way by bringing them to the local pub. Some of the most interesting and knowledgeable scientists and engineers gathered in Limerick on the 25th of May 2016 where people were invited to sit back, listen and engage with the presenters over a pint. 

Nikola Mišković
Published: 27.09.2016. at 17:50
Edited: 27.09.2016. at 19:11
1st EXCELLABUST workshop presented 18...

1st EXCELLABUST workshop was organized as a part of the EMRA'16 - Workshop on EU-funded Marine Robotics and Applications. EMRA'16 followed successful events hosted by Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - CNR (Rome 2014) and Instituto Superior Técnico - IST (Lisbon 2015).

Newcastle University's School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering organized EMRA on 14th and 15th June 2016 in Newcastle, UK. Organised under EU projects EXCELLABUST and CADDY, EMRA brougth together a diverse range of speakers, from ongoing FP7/H2020 projects, industry, end-users and stakeholders. The interdisciplinary event provided an excellent opportunity for networking and cross-fertilisation of ideas in marine robotics, enabling technologies and applications.

In a single track conference programme over two days 18 speakers gave their lecture and participated in discussions. Presentations from ongoing EU funded research projects were mixed with presentations from industry and end users.

More info is available here and photos here.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 25.09.2016. at 01:27
Edited: 25.09.2016. at 02:07

Zoran Vukić, Nikola Mišković and Đula Nađ participated in the 10th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems (CAMS'16) that took place from 13-16 September 2016 in Trondheim, Norway. LABUST research activities were presented in a form of 7 scientific papers. Prof. Vukić gave a plenary talk entitled "State and Perspectives of Underwater Robotics". The next CAMS'18 will be organized by LABUST in Croatia!

Nikola Mišković
Published: 25.09.2016. at 01:23
Edited: 25.09.2016. at 01:46
LABUST participated in the Conference...

Nikola Mišković presented a paper at the Conference on Underwater Communications and Networking (UCOMMS'16) that took place on 30 August - 1 September 2016 in Lerici, Italy. The conference series is focussed on working towards an adequate physics-based understanding of the propagation of communication signals underwater and the performance of necessary higher-level protocols with the objective of supporting the intelligent choice of standards, as a foundation for interoperability.

Nikola Mišković
Published: 25.09.2016. at 01:22
Edited: 26.09.2016. at 15:47
LABUST presented at student AUV...

LABUST members Nikola Mišković and Marin Stipanov presented LABUST activities and projects during the Student Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Challenge Europe (SAUC-E'16) that took place in NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, La Spezia, Italy from 3 - 8 July 2016. We organized a promotional booth and Nikola Mišković gave a talk "Humans and robots - buddies in the underwater". The most successful teams during the competition were awarded with free registrations for "Breaking the Surface 2016"!

Nikola Mišković
Published: 23.09.2016. at 11:30
Edited: 29.09.2016. at 16:25
Invited talk "Bio-Hybrid...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics", Centre of Excellence ACROSS  and IEEE Croatia Section, Robotics and Automation Chapter organized the lecture

 

"Bio-Hybrid Systems: Challenges and Potentials" 

 

given by Dr. Serge Kernbach, Cybertronica Research, Stuttgart, Germany. 

 

The lecture took place on Thursday, 29th September 2016, starting at 15:00 in Grey Hall at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here.

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Published: 22.09.2016. at 13:37
Edited: 22.09.2016. at 13:43
EXCELLABUST H2020 project members...

Two times German startup founder award winning, Martin Reents, arrived to University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing on 20th and 21st September to hold lectures on fundamental decisions in founding startup businesses, and on radical changes in hospitality in hotel business.

Lecture content:
Your first 5 decisions when founding a startup
If you start out on something new you have to take some decisions first. Not all of them are equally important. Some decisions are rather preliminary and can or even have to be changed every once in a while. Startups call that euphemistically a “pivot” and they are proud of their ability to pivot fast whenever needed. Other decisions last for the rest of your live. It’s these choices which are really important and need a solid foundation.


Martin Reents will walk the audience through this process of becoming a founder and entrepreneur. His talk is based on his own experience as a founder of several business startups and his work with social entrepreneurs: “I never started out with the intent just on making money. Rather, I wanted to change the world, make it a better place to live. And the money followed”

 

Marin Stipanov
Published: 16.09.2016. at 17:49
Project meeting, 16 June 2016,...

A project meeting was held in Newcastle (UK) on 16th June 2016, one day after the EMRA'16 workshop. The meeting took place at the University of Newcastle and all partner institutions were represented. In addition to progress reporting, the main topic of the meeting was organisation of the upcoming Breaking the Surface 2016 workshop.

Nikola Mišković
Published: 24.08.2016. at 14:42
Edited: 28.09.2016. at 10:03
First S&T training held: Unmanned...

The Institute for Research of Intelligent Systems for Automation - ISSIA, National Research Council of Italy - CNR,  organized the first S&T training in the scope of H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics". The training was held from 19 - 20 June 2016 in Genova, Italy at CNR and was open to all members of the project consortium.

First day was focuesd on buliding an Unmanned Marine Vehicle and it covered the following themes:

  • Mechanical design and construction,
  • Hw/Sw design & implementation,
  • Visit to CNR-ISSIA Marine Robotics laboratory,

while, the second day was focused on cooperative control and perception for heterogeneous Unmanned Marine Vehicles with topics on:

  • Cooperative guidance and mission control,
  • Cooperative perception and environment characterisation,
  • Human-robot interaction languages,
  • Use of UAVs for ecosystem monitoring.

More about the speakers and their talks can be found here while a short report from the training is available here.  Photos are available in our Gallery.

 

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 23.08.2016. at 18:40
Edited: 28.09.2016. at 10:06
Innovation management training at CNR...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" and the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) organized a Innovation management training on the topic of

 

"Patent: A tool to promote (basic fundamentals)".

 

The training was held on 18th June 2016 at CNR in Genova, Italy and attended by researchers and project managers from EXCELLABUST project partners' institutions.

More about the speakers and their talks can be found in the detailed news content and here, while a short report is available here. Photos are available in our Gallery.

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Published: 17.08.2016. at 08:58
Edited: 17.08.2016. at 09:06
Nadir Kapetanović visited Consiglio...

During June and July 2016, Nadir Kapetanović was a guest researcher at the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Institute for research of intelligent systems for automation (ISSIA) where he was supervised by Massimo Caccia and Dr Marco Bibuli.

Major results of the staff exchange are available in the detailed news content. Detailed research plan and the report are available in the repository.

Nikola Mišković
Published: 10.06.2016. at 18:12
LABUST with CADDY project at...

Alongside more than 520 exhibiting companies LABUST presented its project FP7 CADDY - Cognitive Autonomous Diving Buddy at the world's premier event for marine science and ocean technology Oceanology International which was held from 15 - 17 March in London, UK.

In front of more than 8,400 industry professionals CADDY partners presented equipment they developed  in the scope of the project.

Oceanology International visitors were first ones that got the chance to see the newest and improved version of LABUST surface platform PlayDyPos 2.0. We also exhibited our autonomous underwater vehicle BUDDY.

Check how it was on photos published in our Gallery and in CADDY project gallery.

Nikola Mišković
Published: 10.06.2016. at 15:59
Anja Babić attended European Embedded...

Anja Babić participated in the course Practical adaptive control held by Dr. Anuradha Annaswamy of the Active-adaptive Control Laboratory at MIT and organized as part of the EECI International Graduate School on Control from the 31st of May to the 3rd of June 2016. The lectures covered the following topics:

  • Adaptive control theory – first-order plant, states accessible, output feedback
  • Adaptive control with closed-loop reference models and solutions to transients
  • Robust Adaptive Control
  • Examples and case studies from aerospace and automotive systems
Anja Babić
Published: 10.06.2016. at 15:41
Edited: 28.09.2016. at 10:15
Tutorial 2: "Modelling,...

As part of the expert visit within the H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics", Massimo Caccia from the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), the Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation (ISSIA) gave a tutorial titled "Modelling, identification and motion estimation of unmanned marine vehicles" on 24th - 25th May 2016 at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.
The agenda, lecture descriptions and materials used during the tutorial, are available in the repository. A short report is available in the detailed news content and here.

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Published: 09.06.2016. at 17:29
Edited: 13.06.2016. at 19:05
Invited talk "University of...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" and the Centre for Research Support and Technology Transfer at UNIZG-FER organized the lecture

 

"University of Girona Project Management System – sharing experiences with LABUST laboratory" 

 

given by Joseta Roca, University of Girona (Spain). 

 

The lecture took place on Thursday, 9th June 2016, starting at 13:00 in the TCR at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.


More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here. Photos from the talk are avilable in our Gallery.

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Published: 03.06.2016. at 09:04
Edited: 03.06.2016. at 09:23
Filip Mandić visited University of...

During February and March 2016, Filip Mandić was a guest researcher in the Underwater Vision and Robotics Research Centre (CIRS) at the University of Girona (UdG) where he was supervised by Prof. Marc Carreras.

Major results of the staff exchange are available in the detailed news content. Detailed research plan and the report are available in the repository.

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Published: 19.05.2016. at 20:27
Edited: 19.05.2016. at 20:29
Open-door event: EXCELLABUST...

EXCELLABUST project organized the open-door event during Job Fair. The project and LABUST laboratory were presented alongside the Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems - LARICS and the Laboratory for Autonomous Systems and Mobile Robots - LAMOR as part of the robotics@fer.hr brand. 

More than 2,000 students got a chance to get to know the laboratories' members,  their research and academia activities, and the equipment and technologies used.

Job Fair is a career fair that was held on 9th and 10th of May in the halls of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER), University of Zagreb (UNIZG), Croatia. It gathered the best students and companies in the field of electronics, information technology and computing.

Photos are available in our Photo Gallery.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 16.05.2016. at 16:10
Edited: 16.05.2016. at 16:11
MMRRC UL team participated in MaREI...

Members of MMRRC UL research team participated in the MaREI Symposium held 5th - 6th May 2016 at National University of Ireland, Galway where they promoted EXCELLABUST project and its Breaking the Surface 2016 event.

MaREI is a marine and energy-based research, development and innovation hub based in Ireland.  The aim of Symposium was to showcase the breadth of research activity and to enhance collaboration between centres.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 09.05.2016. at 09:50
Invited talk "Heterogeneous...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" and IEEE Croatia Section, Robotics and Automation Chapter invite you to the lecture

 

"Heterogeneous Adaptive Maritime Mobile Expeditionary Robots" 

 

given by Dr. Vladimir Djapic, SPAWAR Systems Center - Pacific, Unmanned Maritime Vehicles Lab (USA). 

 

The lecture will take place on Monday, 23rd May 2016, starting at 14:00 in Grey Hall at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.


More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here.

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Published: 18.04.2016. at 17:36
Edited: 18.04.2016. at 17:37
UNIZG-FER project managers...

UNIZG-FER project managers Mirjana Dozan, Ivana Mikolić and Mirjana Stjepanović participated in Excellence in Horizon 2020 proposal writing and project implementation training that was held 15 - 16 April 2016 in Opatija, Croatia. The training was held by European Training Academy.

 

Focus of the seminar was:

  • novelties in Horizon 2020 and priorities for 2016-2017
  • project proposal writing
  • practical work on development of your project ideas
  • evaluation of the proposals
  • analyzing H2020 Call for Proposals
Ivana Mikolić
Published: 24.03.2016. at 18:09
Edited: 04.04.2016. at 21:52
LABUST presents itself as part of...

Alongside the Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems - LARICS and the Laboratory for Autonomous Systems and Mobile Robots - LAMOR, LABUST presented robotics research at UNIZG-FER (robotics@fer.hr) at European Robotics Forum - ERF 2016 in front of more than 650 visitors. ERF2016 was held from 21st until 23rd March 2016 in Ljubljana (Slovenia). All three laboratories represented the equipment they developed and research conducted by their members.

Read more about robotics@fer.hr affiliation here and check photos from ERF2016 in our Gallery.

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 04.03.2016. at 20:29
LABUST participates in the workshop...

Members of LABUST participated in the workshop "Fundamentals of the intellectual property for the researchers" organized by the State Intellectual property office which took place at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing on the  4th March 2016. The workshop covered the following topics:

  • Introduction to Intellectual property
  • Intellectual property at FER
  • Technology transfer and Intellectual property for research projects
  • Patents and patent databases
Nikola Mišković
Published: 04.02.2016. at 16:12
Edited: 04.02.2016. at 17:27
Open-door event: More than 120...

The EXCELLABUST project organized an open door event on 3rd February 2016 at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, in collaboration with JOBSTEM project. During the event, more than 120 students from elementary school "Tin Ujević" in Zagreb visited Laboratory for Underwater Systems and Technologies (LABUST) and were introduced to the area of marine robotics. The main goal of the visit was to promote STEM fields to children and thus motivate them to persue education and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics fields.

Nikola Mišković
Published: 04.02.2016. at 09:57
Tutorial 1: "High-level...

As part of the expert visit within the H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics", Prof. Marc Carreras and Dr. Narcis Palomeras from the Computer Vision and Robotics Research Institute, University of Girona (Spain) gave a tutorial "High-level architectures and path planning" on 19th - 20th January 2016 at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.

The agenda, lecture descriptions and materials used during the tutorial, are available in the repository. A short report is available in the detailed news content, while photos from the event are available in the gallery.

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Published: 02.02.2016. at 19:04
Edited: 02.02.2016. at 19:05
Kick-off meeting, 21 January 2016,...

All partners gathered in Zagreb for a successful kick-off meeting of the Horizon2020 project EXCELLABUST. Kick-off meeting was held on 21st of January 2016 at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb (HR).

 

After the meeting, project partners visited some of the Sience and Research laboratories at the host institution:

Photos are available in the Gallery!

Ivana Mikolić
Published: 23.01.2016. at 21:13
Edited: 28.09.2016. at 10:14
Tutorial 1: "High-level...

As part of the expert visit within the H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics", Prof. Marc Carreras and Dr. Narcis Palomeras from the Computer Vision and Robotics Research Institute, University of Girona (Spain) gave a tutorial "High-level architectures and path planning" on 19th - 20th January 2016 at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.

The agenda, lecture descriptions and materials used during the tutorial, are available in the repository. A short report is available in the detailed news content and here, while photos from the event are available in the gallery.

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Published: 08.01.2016. at 17:07
Edited: 08.01.2016. at 17:29
Invited talk "Towards...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" and IEEE Croatia Section, Robotics and Automation Chapter invite you to the lecture

 

"Towards Reproducible Robotics Research" 

 

given by Prof. Fabio BonsignorioThe BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna(Italy). 

 

The lecture will take place on Friday, 22nd January 2016, starting at 14:00 in Grey Hall at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.


More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here.

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Published: 08.01.2016. at 16:33
Edited: 08.01.2016. at 17:30
Invited talk "Overview of...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" and IEEE Croatia Section, Robotics and Automation Chapter invite you to the lecture

 

"Overview of research activities in Mobile & Marine Robotics Research Centre, University of Limerick" 

 

given by Prof. Daniel Toal  and Dr. Edin Omerdić, Mobile & Marine Robotics Research Centre, University of Limerick, (Ireland). 

 

The lecture will take place on Friday, 22nd January 2016, starting at 10:00 in Grey Hall at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.


More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here.

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Published: 08.01.2016. at 16:03
Edited: 08.01.2016. at 17:30
Invited talk "Towards...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" and IEEE Croatia Section, Robotics and Automation Chapter invite you to the lecture

 

"Towards heterogeneous cooperative field robotics: the CNR-ISSIA experience" 

 

given by Massimo Caccia and Marco Bibuli, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Studi sui Sistemi Intelligenti per l’Automazione (Genova, Italy). 

The lecture will take place on Friday, 22nd January 2016, starting at 09:00 in Grey Hall at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.


More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here.

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Published: 08.01.2016. at 15:13
Edited: 16.01.2016. at 18:44
Invited talk "Girona Underwater...

The H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics" and IEEE Croatia Section, Robotics and Automation Chapter invite you to the lecture

 

"Girona Underwater Vision and Robotics lab:

AUVs for inspection and intervention" 

 

given by Prof. Marc CarrerasComputer Vision and Robotics Research Institute, University of Girona (Spain). 

The lecture will take place on Wednesday, 20th January 2016, starting at 15:00 in Grey Hall at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.


More about the speaker and the talk can be found in the detailed news content and here.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691980.


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