Jarvis Schultz will be presenting his PhD thesis defense in the MSE conference room (Cook Hall 2058).
The 2014 American Control Conference will take place from June 4-6 in Portland, Oregon. Papers authored by NxR students Anastasia Mavrommati, Jarvis Schultz, Vlad Seghete, Emmanouil Tzorakoleftherakis, and Andrew Wilson under the direction of professor Todd Murphey will be presented.
Update (5/29): The Movement event on May 29th has been cancelled but will be rescheduled for a later date.
NxR Student Nelson Rosa will be presenting a talk on Dynamic Robotic Locomotion at Movement: What's Possible, Chicago?
Register here: http://wpc-movement.eventbrite.com
$5.00 suggested donation. BYOB!
Eric Schearer will be defending his PhD thesis on "Efficient Identification of Multiple-Muscle Functional Electrical Stimulation Systems" in the BME conference room.
Dr. Mike Paulin from the University of Otago, New Zealand will be presenting on The origin of inference: Ediacaran ecology and the evolution of spiking neurons.
Feel free to join the webcast at http://relayer.tech.northwestern.edu/SeminarStream.html
This is our first meeting of the term. We'll likely shift around some lab jobs, and we'll definitely schedule the talks for the rest of the quarter. So be prepared to volunteer!
Jingjin Yu a postdoc in MIT's CSAIL lab will be giving a talk.
Jeremy Newkirk from the University of Notre Dame will be giving a talk titled "A Robotic Parallel Platform for Automated Tire Changing of Large Mining Vehicles."