On September 17-18, Charlotte and Alexander are organising the workshop: 'Integrating neuroscience and biomechanics: the neuromechanics of motor coordination in humans and other animals'. This is a satellite workshop prior to the Bernstein conference 2019 in Berlin. Join us these two days, for an exciting line of speakers (see link 'more information').
It is well known that the dynamics of the interacting finger mediate the human tactile sensation of materials and textures but its contact dynamics also contribute to other aspects of human cognition such as proprioceptive perception and our capacity to dexterously manipulate objects. The broad range of perceptual phenomena stemming from finger mechanics makes it essential to develop further our understanding of the finger behavior during interaction and its perceptual consequences.
Organizers: David Gueorguiev
After a successful first edition in 2015, we are pleased to announce the second workshop on Learning Control within the Max Planck ETH Center for Learning Systems. The workshop will take place February 8-9 2018 at ETH Zurich. We cordially invite all researchers from ETH Zürich and MPI-IS interested in the area of Learning Control to participate and actively contribute to this workshop.
This is the third in a series of invitation-only workshops held after ICCV. SfV brings together experts on image and video understanding, machine learning, and 3D scene analysis. In so doing, we hope to draw several lines of research together to address the problem of extracting both physical and semantic information from video.
Organizers: Michael Black
Workshop July 17, 2017 during RSS (Robotics: Science and Systems Conference) at the Kresge Auditorium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Organizers: Jeannette Bohg