27-28 June, Delft, The Netherlands.
Registration for the REMARO Summer School Delft 2022 is closed!
- Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
- Pulse – Building 33, Hall 6.
- [Campus map]
- Robohouse, Julianalaan 67, 2628 BC Delft
Control, System and Software Architecture for Autonomous Underwater Robots
Underwater robots are the next frontier in robotics, and the challenge is to develop methods for their safe and reliable autonomy.
The submarine robot autonomy requires a comprehensive hybrid deliberative architecture, a robotic brain. Safety and reliability must be co-designed simultaneously with cognition, not separately, as an afterthought.
REMARO’s training program follow the previous principles to provide interdisciplinary education to the next generation of roboticists in advanced control, computer vision and machine learning, knowledge, reasoning, and planning, model-driven-engineering, testing, bug finding, verification and model-checking.
The REMARO Summer School Delft 2022 will cover the following topics:
- Advanced Control and Perception, including:
- Differences between the behavior of linear and nonlinear systems, Equilibrium behaviour (Static, dynamic, closed orbit (periodic), limit cycle), Lyapunov’s indirect method
- Sensor Modalities for Navigation, Underwater Sensing Modalities & Perception, State Estimation and Inertial Navigation, Examples of Localisation underwater (Acoustic, Vision)
- Robot Software Architecting: from Systems Engineering to Self-Adaptation, including:
- Model-Based Systems Engineering and robot software, Functional Architecture, Architecting the control software of a real robot.
- Self-Adaptive Systems, How to architect your ROS-based robot software, Self-aware autonomous robots
- Erdal Kayacan, Aarhus University;
- Michal Kozlowski;
- Carlos Hernandez Corbato, Delft University of Technology;
- Jose Luis Fernandez, consultant on systems engineering;
- Joris Sijs, TNO;
- Ivano Malavolta, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam;
- Ilias Gerostathopoulos, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Program and set-up
Sessions for registered participants – Venue 1
|Monday, June 27||10:00h – 16:00h||Underwater Robotics 2: Advanced control, vision and localization|
|Tuesday, June 28||9:00h – 16:00h||Robot Software Architecting: from Systems Engineering to Self-Adaptation|
REMARO event (only for REMARO partners) – Venue 2
|Tuesday evening||REMARO project dinner (venue tbd)|
|Thursday||Hackaton – Programming an underwater robot|
|Friday||Hackaton results, seminars on Robot Ethics and Communicating Science|
Download the General Program here
PhD students can obtain 1 EC for the REMARO Summer School Delft.
The lectures will combine presentations with activities and discussions.
How to Get Here
Pulse, building 33
Landbergstraat 19, 2628 CE Delft
TU Delft is easily accessible by bicycle, public transport and car. The buildings’ numbers can help you find your way around the campus. Make sure you remember the name and building number of your destination.
From Delft Station, take:
– Bus 40, 55, 69, 174 (alight at stop TU Aula)
– For further information, see the [Travel Planner]
Parking is free of charge on campus. The six large parking areas are well signposted on the campus ring road. Demand for parking is high. Always leave enough time to find a parking space and walk to your destination.
Recommended parking locations:
– P 3mE, 4-minute walk (navigation address: Leeghwaterstraat 39)
– P Aula, 7-minutes walk (navigation address: Van der Waalsweg 1)
Disabled parking and entrance are available at the back (navigation address Leeghwaterstraat 3).
All floors have lift access, except for the mezzanine floor of Pulse. The mezzanine is accessible via hall D at the faculty of 3mE.
For further information, contact the organizer:
– Carlos Hernandez