​​​​​ABC Robotics – Agricultural, Biological and Cognitive Robotics Monthly Seminars

Last Monday of the month

09:45 - 10:00 - Refreshments

10:00 - 11:00- Talk

Alon Building for Hi-Tech (Building 37) Room 202

 

Spring semester 2019


​Date

​Speaker

​Department

​Abstract

25.2.2019​

Amit ​Svarzenberg 

Open Innovation Manager at Samsung R&D Institute Israel​

Samsun​g Research Open Innovation Technical Hurdles​


​24-25.3.2019

​​​​Karniel Computationa​l Motor Control Workshop


​Due to the Karniel Computational Motor Control Workshop on March 24-25, the ABC Monthly Seminar for March will be on Wednesday March 27 in conjunction with the Biomedical department seminar

Time:  14:00-15:00
Location:  Building 51, room 015
See Details below:

​27.3.2019

Prof. Allison Okamura​
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University

​​Let's be Flexible: Soft Haptics and Soft Robotics​

​​29.4.2019

​Prof. Simon D. Levy​

​Visiting Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, BGU

Innovative Drone Research: Bridging the Gap betw​een Hardware and Simulation

​27.5.2019

​Dr. Jessica Cauchard

​​Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, BGU

​Are You Autonomous? Towards Designing Natural Interactions Between People and Drones​



Fall semes​ter 2018/2019

​Date

​Speaker

​Department

​Abstract

29.10.2018

Dr. Raziel Riemer

Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, BGU

Biomechanical energy harvesting as a base for exoskeleton: theory, design, and results

​26.11.2018
9:45

​Ephrat Messing

Research & Development Authority, BGU

​Opportunities in the Robotics Area of Horizon 2020 with an emphasis on the upcoming Horizon 2019 Calls

​26.11.2018
10:20-11:00

​Polina Kurtser, Post Doctorate student

Boaz Arad, PhD student

Industrial Engineering & Management, BGU


Computer Science, BGU

​Sweeper: Sweet Pepper Harvesting Robot

​31.12.2018

​Dr. Tal Shafir

​The Emili Sagol Creative Arts Therapies Research Center, University of Haifa

Emotion perception and expression through movement in human-robot interaction