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The next Doctoral Research Seminar is on "Auditory Feedback for Enhanced Sense of Agency in Shared Control" by Tomoya Morita - Nagoya University / Japan. Abstract: There is a growing need for robots that can be remotely controlled to perform tasks of one's own choice. However, the SoA (Sense of…

Prof. Gordon Cheng will give the Inaugural Lecture for the Center for Neuroengineering Distinguished Speakers Series  "Neuroengineering: Challenging the Next Frontier" at Georgetown University. Talk abstract: Neuroengineering has spiked new ways of solving challenging problems in an unprecedented…

The first Doctoral Research Seminar this winter semester will be on Monday, October 31, 2022 by Dr. rer. nat. Nouran Yehia Adly Hassan, Associate Professorship of Neuroelectronics (Prof. Wolfrum), TUM. She will talk about: Inkjet Printing for Biosensors and Bioelectronics Abstract: Inkjet printing…

MSNE Guest talk by Prof. Auke Ijspeert on "Investigating animal locomotion using biorobots and neuromechanical simulations" Abstract: The ability to efficiently move in complex environments is a fundamental property both for animals and for robots, and the problem of locomotion and movement control…

The 2022 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2022) will be held from October 23–27, 2022 in Kyoto, Japan. IROS is one of the largest and most impacting robotics research conferences worldwide, and there will be several talks and presentations by ICS members: …