Tim gave a talk on how to combine current knowledge on biological swarms and autonomous cars at a TTI/Vanguard conference (“Collaboration and the Workplace of the Future”) in Washington D.C. Check out the Flickr album of the event.
We just published the first tracking system for honeybee colonies in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. Thanks to the HLRN for generous support with storage and computing resources!
The Audi Urban Future Initiative published the first part of an interview on the impact of swarm intelligence on the efficiency of future mobility concepts. Read more here.
The German magazine “Tierfreund” published an article that features our RoboFish and an interview with David. Read more in the PDF Version of the article.
Raúl Rojas frequently publishes articles on AI and robotics or science in general in Telepolis, a popular German online magazine. This time, he writes about the biology of the honeybee waggle dance! The article is a good start to understand… Continue Reading
Dear friends of NeuroRobotics, as some of you already know – in the context of Barbara Webb ‘s visit to Berlin – we will organize a small meeting thematically revolving around neural modelling and neuro-robotics. This “mini-symposium” will take place Monday,… Continue Reading
We are happy to announce that our guest Prof. Barbara Webb (University of Edinburgh, UK) will be giving a talk in the frame of our Institute of Computer Science’s Colloquium. Quick intro: Barbara builds models of biological systems, often focussing… Continue Reading
The German radio show “IQ – Wissenschaft und Forschung”(Bayern2) broadcasted a full 30-minutes radio feature on NeuroRobotics. The story features our project NeuroRover and generally makes a case for using robots in neuroscience, or using neuronal computation for controlling robots. Some FU-Berliners… Continue Reading
We are happy to invite everybody to: Birgit Brüggemeier (Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford): “Drosophila courtship song: modeling behavioral pattern in terms of neural and muscle dynamics” Location: Arnimallee 6, seminar room 031 Time: Tuesday, 28.10.2014,… Continue Reading