M. Cenk Cavusoglu
Case Western Reserve University, USA
Keio University, Japan
Seoul National University, Korea
Jordi Artigas Esclusa
DLR Robotics and Mechotronics Center, Germany
Recent Activities of the Technical Committee
This full day workshop will focus on the haptic teleoperation of a single or a team of mobile robots. Its main goal is to present recent results in the field and to establish a discussion on the technological, mathematical and psychophysical aspects of this problem. Organizers: Cristian Secchi, Comenico Prattichizzo, Antonio Franchi and Paolo Robuffo Giordano.
This symposium explored and discussed key achievements in the area of control method as well as application in Telerobotics. The invited speaker is Thomas Ryden, Cofounder & COO of Vgo Communications. Organizers: Angelica Peer, Cristian Secchi, Cenk Cavusoglu and Katsunari Sato.
This is a half-day tutorial for illustrating several successful control strategies for implementing high performance bilateral teleoperation systems. Organizers: Angelica Peer, Cristian Secchi, Cenk Cavusoglu and Katsunari Sato.
Summer School on Telerobotics 2010
The Summer School was addressed to PhD students, post-docs and researchers involved in the area or interested in the new challenges of Telerobotics. The summer school was organized by the Collaborative Research Center "High-fidelity Telepresence and Teleaction" located in Munich and the RAS Technical Committee on Telerobotics.
IROS 2010 Special Organized Session: Advanced teleoperation control architectures
Organizers: Angelica Peer, Manuel Ferre, Cristian Secchi and Nikhil Chopra.
Edition of Special Issue on "Design and control methodologies in telerobotics" published in "Mechatronics", Oct 2010. 8 papers were published in this issue. Edited by Cristian Secchi, Nikhil Chopra and Angelika Peer.
The Technical Committee aims at concentrating the main achievements and researchers on telerobotics and promoting development of new activities in this field, that is to become a reference point for all people working on Telerobotics. The Technical Committee will organize workshops, special sessions in conferences and special issues on Telerobotics to promote discussion both on technical and applicative problems. It will also provide a test bed, available for all members of Technical Committee, in order to experiment and compare algorithms on a common platform.
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Control of Telerobotic Systems
- Applications in industrial harsh environments, aerospace, surgery, entertainment, defense, etc.
- Internet-based teleoperation
- Devices and Technology
The technical committee will organize a summer school from July 8 – 12 2013 in Keio University, Japan.