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Upcoming Talks and Seminars
PhD Thesis Proposal: Articulated 3D SLAM
Matthew Klingensmith
Carnegie Mellon University

Consider a robot arm with a hand-mounted sensor. In order to interact with and understand the world, the robot must be able to reconstruct it using its sensor by moving its joints to scan the scene.

July 08, 2015, 12:00 p.m., NSH 3305
PhD Thesis Defense: Predicting Sets and Lists: Theory and Practice
Debadeepta Dey
Carnegie Mellon University

Increasingly, real world problems require multiple predictions while traditional supervised learning techniques focus on making a single best prediction.

July 13, 2015, 1:00 p.m., NSH 1305
PhD Thesis Defense: Bayesian Aggregation of Evidence for Detection and Characterization of Patterns in Multiple Noisy Observations
Prateek Tandon
Carnegie Mellon University

Effective use of Machine Learning to support extracting maximal information from limited sensor data is one of the important research challenges in robotic sensing.

July 13, 2015, 4:00 p.m., NSH 1305