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  • 2017 Humanoid Application Challenge Winners

    The Autonomous Agents lab has just won first place in the 2017 Humanoid Application Challenge at this year's IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Systems (IROS), IEEE's flagship robotics conference. The Humanoid Application Challenge is intended to be more open-ended than most other robotics competitions, in that entries are judged on dimensions of effectiveness and innovation in a given theme rather than stating a precisely defined goal such as winning a soccer competition. This perspective encourages creative entries that cross boundaries and bring together work from many areas of artificial intelligence that are important to intelligent humanoid robots, including vision, speech understanding, coordination, reasoning, machine learning, and human-robot interaction.

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  • Best Paper Award

    Congratulations to Mohammad Moein Almasi, MSc student with Dr. Hadi Hemmati, for winning the Best Paper Award in the 39th International Conference in Software Engineering (ICSE 2017)! 

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  • New Program Approval Process

    We are moving away from the paper program approval forms you may have used in previous years. Instead, we will be using a fillable PDF form, available online under the "resources" link forms section, that you should fill in and e-mail to advisor@cs.umanitoba.ca. If you wish to have a face to face meeting please indicate this in your e-mail otherwise your form will simply be dealt with electronically and you will receive an e-mail once this has been done. 

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Events

  • Seminar: Erin Chambers

    When: November 28, 2017 @ 1:00pm
    Where: EITC E2-304

    Title: Burning the Medial Axis

    Speaker: Dr. Erin Chambers, Department of Computer Science, Saint Louis University

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