After 12.5 years at TUM, Prof. Dongheui Lee decided to open a new chapter in her career. She leaves TUM as of 31.3.2022 and starts a new lab, 'Autonomous Systems' at TU Wien from 1.4.2022, continues to lead her group at DLR. Thus, the activities of the TUM-HCR will be reduced or terminated. …

PARTICIPANTS WANTED! for a study on posture control and fall prevention

Prof. Lee gives a keynote talk at the 9th International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications, RiTA 2021 (16-17 December 2021) about “How to Design a Robot Which can Learn Complex Tasks?”. More information: http://2021.icrita.org/

Prof. Dongheui Lee and Dr. Hyemin Ahn explain and demonstrate some techniques to make a robot dance in a kids TV program “Princess of Science”.   Watch the video: https://www.zdf.de/kinder/princess-of-science/folge15-alles-tanzt-102.html  

We are happy to announce that Shile Li showed excellent performance at his PhD defense last Friday, the 5th of November 2021.

We are happy to welcome Camille Vindolet and Esteve Valls Mascaró to our team!

We are happy to announce our recent work, which will be presented at IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Humanoid Robots (HUMANOIDS). Please check out …  

Katrin Schulleri (M.Sc.) of our team will give a talk in the webinar of prophysics "Vicon Motion Capture in Biomechanik und Sport". Besides, also other interesting talks, prophysics will give a live demo about Theia Markerless Motion Capture in Nexus 2.12. …

Applications are invited for 15 Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) positions to be funded by the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie European Training Network on „PErsonalized Robotics as SErvice Oriented applications” (PERSEO) within the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission. Among 15 positions, 2…

The work of Caroline and Matteo received the outstanding paper award at the conference. Caroline Blocher, Matteo Saveriano, and Dongheui Lee, Learning Stable Dynamical Systems using Contraction Theory, the 14th international conference on ubiquitous robots and ambient intelligence (URAI), 2017.…