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Here is the table where you can book the robots: [[VVV14-Robot_Booking]]. [P.S.: Please, be fair and don't overbook :) ]
 
Here is the table where you can book the robots: [[VVV14-Robot_Booking]]. [P.S.: Please, be fair and don't overbook :) ]
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The school is finished. Leave your comments here if you wish [[VVV14 comments]].
  
 
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* People presentations: we do a 3 minutes presentation for each participants, please add yourself to [[VVV14_List_of_participants]], add a picture and short description/bio.
 
* People presentations: we do a 3 minutes presentation for each participants, please add yourself to [[VVV14_List_of_participants]], add a picture and short description/bio.
* Check out task list, consider joining a group or propose a new task [[VVV14_tasks|Tasks]].
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* Check out task list, consider joining a group or propose a new task [[VVV15_tasks|Tasks]].
 
* Create a personal account on https://github.com/, unless you don't have one yet. It will be useful during the school.
 
* Create a personal account on https://github.com/, unless you don't have one yet. It will be useful during the school.
  
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| Beach volley! (ask [http://wiki.icub.org/index.php?title=VVV14_List_of_participants#Lorenzo_Jamone Lorenzo Jamone] for details...)
 
 
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* Presentations and/or demos. We invite you to present your work through a short presentation and a demo. Please sign up [[vvv14 demos and final presentations|here]] and prepare two/max three slides (pdf).
 
* Farewell Dinner: we need to count participants. Please sign up here [[VVV14 farewell dinner]]
 
* Farewell Dinner: we need to count participants. Please sign up here [[VVV14 farewell dinner]]
  

Latest revision as of 11:27, 16 July 2015

The schedule of the school is 9-18.30 with a coffe break in the morning and lunch break between 13-14. Specific activities and announcements are advertised below.

Here is a list of possible tasks VVV14 tasks. Here is the list of participants.

Here is the table where you can book the robots: VVV14-Robot_Booking. [P.S.: Please, be fair and don't overbook :) ]

The school is finished. Leave your comments here if you wish VVV14 comments.

Monday 21

Monday 21
9-10 Setup and introduction
10:30-11 Break
10-13 People presentations (with break at 10.30-11)
13-14 Lunch break
14-16 YARP tutorials for beginners
16-16:30 Break
16:30-18:30 YARP tutorials for beginners
  • People presentations: we do a 3 minutes presentation for each participants, please add yourself to VVV14_List_of_participants, add a picture and short description/bio.
  • Check out task list, consider joining a group or propose a new task Tasks.
  • Create a personal account on https://github.com/, unless you don't have one yet. It will be useful during the school.
  • Getting tutorial repository:
 git clone https://github.com/lornat75/Teaching.git

Tuesday 22

Tuesday 22
9-10:30 YARP tutorials for beginners
10:30-11 break
11-13 YARP tutorials for beginners
13-14 Lunch break
14-16 iCub tutorial (Vision and Control).
16-16:30 Break
16:30-18:30 iCub tutorial (Vision and Control).

Wednesday 23

Wednesday 23
9:30-10:30 iCub tutorial on operational space controllers.
10:30-11 break
11-13 iCub tutorial on operational space controllers.
13-14 Lunch break
14-16 Tutorial: Multi Modal Convergence Maps/CVZ Library (related to Subtask_2.5 (body schema using MMCM).
16-16:30 Break
16:30-17:30 Working with GIT, hands-on session. Github workflow.

Aside the scheduled activities, a group of very selected people will discuss the database topic.

Thursday 24

Thursday 24
9:45-10:30 new interfaces in yarp 2.3.63: iCub control modes & interaction modes File:ICub Control Modes 1 1.pdf <== slides uploaded
10:30-11 break
11-13 Tutorial: Object localization, M. Lourakis, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas, Greece abstract-lourakis
13-14 Lunch break
14-16 An introduction to floating base systems: from theory to practice
16-16:30 Break
16:30-18:30 The torque controller for the iCub balancing

Friday 25

Friday 25
9-10:30
10:30-11 break
11-13 Talk and Hands-on session: GURLS: A Least Squares Library for Supervised Learning (read gurls installation instructions)
13-14 Lunch break
14-16 Tutorial: Object detection and recognition (J. Matas). Slides: [1]
16-16:30 Break
16:30-18:30

Saturday 26

Saturday 26
9-10:30 Present your project: add your name here projects vvv2014
10:30-11 break
11-12 Talk: Human inspired multifingered grasping: alternatives and suggestions, G. Cotugno, King's College, London abstract-cotugno14, Slides: File:Cotugno-slides.zip
12-12:30 Talk: Typesafe Bottles as a tool for safer data communication and simpler parsing, G. Cotugno, King's College, London abstract-cotugnob14, Slides: File:Cotugno-slides.zip code: File:Cotugno-code.zip
13-14 Lunch break
14:30-15:00 free coding time

Sunday 27

Today is free.

Monday 28

Monday 28
9-10:30 coding
10:30-11 break
11-12 Talk: Prof. A. Tacchella, Universita' di Genova, Reverse Engineering of Middleware for

Verification of Robot Control Architecture abstract-tacchella14

12-13 coding
13-14 Lunch break
14-16 Tutorial: the iCub/coman gazebo simulator, A. Rocchi, E. Mingo.
16-16:30 Break
16:30-18:30 coding

Tuesday 29

Tuesday 29
9-10:30
10:30-11 break
11-12
12-13 Tutorial: How does iCub work? An introduction to iCub hardware and firmware File:Icub hardware introduction.pdf <== slides uploaded
13-14 Lunch break
14-16
16-16:30 Break
16:30-18:30

Wednesday 30

Wednesday 30
9-10:30
10:30-11 break
11-12
12-13
13-14 Lunch break
14-15
15-18:30 Presentations and demos, see below.
  • Presentations and/or demos. We invite you to present your work through a short presentation and a demo. Please sign up here and prepare two/max three slides (pdf).
  • Farewell Dinner: we need to count participants. Please sign up here VVV14 farewell dinner

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