Supported under the Memorandum of Understanding between University of Turku (UTU) and the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) established in November 2016, the second edition of the Finland-Singapore Maritime Innovation Camp will be taking place from 11 to 16 January 2020 in Singapore. (more…)
ARC would like to invite students, researchers and other interested individuals to participate in the Indy Autonomous Challenge. The competition involves programming an automated Dallara IL-15 Indy Lights race car to outrace and outmaneuver fellow innovators in a head-to-head, high-speed race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the world’s most famous racetrack. Some advisors include Sebastian Thrun, Reilly Brennan, J.R. Hildebrand, Jamie Hyneman and Danny Stillion. Click here for more information.
There will be time for interaction with the speaker and co-author at the end of the seminar. Light refreshment will be served.
Registration is complimentary but pre-registration is required.
Prof Jong-Hwan Kim has been with the School of Electrical Engineering at KAIST since 1988 and is currently Professor and Dean of College of Engineering, KAIST. Dr. Kim is Director for both KoYoung-KAIST AI Joint Research Center and Machine Intelligence and Robotics MSREP (Multi-Sponsored Research Platform). He was Director for the Research Center for Robot Intelligence Technology in 2009~2014. His research interests include machine intelligence learning, intelligence technology, and ubiquitous and genetic robotics. Prof Kim was the recipient of the science and technology award from the President of Republic of Korea in 1997 and has been elevated to 2009 IEEE Fellow.
Congratulations to the NUS Bumblebee team for achieving 1st place in the 2018 Maritime RobotX Challenge!
Heartiest congratulations to the NUS Bumblebee team for achieving second place in the 2018 International RoboSub Competition!