Computer Science

Faculty of Engineering, LTH

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Smart Cooperative Robots for Agile Assembly Workshop @ ERF2018

14 March 2018, 16:15-17:45, Sopraano (Schunk room)

Motivation_and_objective: There is a research progress in the area of teaching by demonstration/learning from demonstration, but no apparent solutions exist that could be directly transferred to industrial practice. We intend to look at this gap and focus on solutions that may fill it. In particular, we intend to look at the results of recent H2020 project SARAFun dealing with those topics.

Approach: We will include 8-10 minutes long presentations by the invited contributors from industry and academia announcing their view on issues in current technology transfer from research on programming through demonstration to industrial applications and illustrating them with the results achieved during the project. This will be followed by in-depth discussion of the current state of the field and a short conclusion session.


16:15--16:20 Jacek Malec, Lund University, Sweden, Welcome

16:20--16:30 Jonas Larsson, ABB CRC, Sweden, introduction, project overview, industrial expectations (slides)

16:30--16:38 Anthony Remazeilles, Tecnalia, Spain, Observing Human Assembly: Lessons Learned (abstract, slides, animation)

16:38--16:46 Dimitrios Giakoumis, CERTH, Greece, Human Robot Interaction for Teaching Robotic Assembly through an Intuitive Portable Interface (abstract, slides)

16:46--16:54 Maj Stenmark, Cognibotics AB, Sweden, Intuitive Instruction of Industrial Robots (abstract, slides)

16:54--17:02 Robert Haschke, University of Bielefeld, Germany, MoveIt Task Constructor - A framework for planning task sequences (abstract, slides)

17:02--17:10 Mohammadali Honarpardaz, ABB CRC, Sweden, Fast Grasp Tool Design: From Force to Form Closure (abstract)

17:10--17:18 Yannis Karayannidis, KTH, Sweden, A dual-arm approach for manipulation of articulated objects and robotic assembly (abstract, slides)

17:18--17:26 Anders Robertsson, Lund University, Sweden, Two-Degree-of-Freedom Control for Trajectory Tracking and Perturbation Recovery during Execution of Dynamical Movement Primitives (abstract, slides, movie1, movie2)

17:26--17:40 Discussion, Lessons learnt

17:40--17:45 Organizers, Summary

How can participants contribute to, and prepare for, the workshop?: Participants from the audience will be encouraged to take active part in discussions on the needs/challenges and submit questions for the panel discussion prior to the workshop, but some time will also be provided for open Q&A session. They will be invited to participate in the networking and contribute to the resulting report summarizing discussions. We will select directions beforehand and ask both speakers and audience to contribute to the discussions on them and summarize all for the resulting roadmapping document.

Follow-up: Roadmapping document will be created and disseminated through appropriate channels. Follow-up workshops are envisioned.

Further information, e.g. web links: (this page), pages 67-69