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Local Seminar Series

ACFR Research Seminar Series

Sydney Basser Seminar Series

Sydney Nano Seminar Series

Reading Groups

Collaborative Decision Making Reading Group (CDMRG)

  • Topic: Collaborative decision making reading group (CDMRG), multi-robot systems and active perception.

  • Format: Weekly, one-hour discussion over a latest journal issue (IJRR, TRO, JFR, RAL, Autonomous Robots, etc.) followed by an in-depth presentation on a particular paper by a member. 

  • Membership: Joint reading group between UTS and ACFR, welcoming researchers at every level from both institutions.

  • Organisers: Supervised by Robert Fitch, meetings organized by Jen Wakulicz.

  • Location: Hybrid online via zoom / in-person at alternating locations.

  • Joining: Contact Jen Wakulicz to join.

Machine Learning Reading Group

CAS Perception Reading Group

  • Topic: Sensing, Perception, SLAM.  Visual, Visual / Inertial, RGBD, hyperspectral, magnetic sensing. Tracking in Rigid and Non-rigid scenarios. Scene representation to aid SLAM or Manipulation and integration of Deep Learning into probabilistic frameworks.
  • Format: Weekly discussion of state of the art papers is mixed with presentations of students work.  
  • Location: Online via zoom.
  • Organisers: Raphael Guenot-Falque, Alen Alempijevic
  • Joining: Contact Alen Alempijevic

Robotic Imaging Reading Group (ImgRG)

Online Seminar Series

Robotics, Systems

International Foundation of Robotics Research: Global online colloquia and recorded talks

Systems Theory and Engineering: Online Seminars in Systems Theory and Engineering Centred at AEST time-zone

Imaging and Perception

Warren Grundfest Lectures in Computational Imaging - First Friday of Each Month

TUM Visual Computing Group: AI Lecture Series

Seebelowtheskin Webinar Series

IEEE SPS Computational Imaging (aka SPACE) Webinar Series

Mailing Lists

Sydney Early-Mid Career Academic Network (SEMCAN), Faculty of Engineering Community

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