Seminar Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) in Robotics
Master Students in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) Robotics
For the Seminar CSE Robotics the students work independently on a study of a selected topics in the field of Robotics and Intelligent Systems. They start with a selection of scientific papers to continue literature research. The results (e.g. state-of-the-art, methods) are evaluated with respect to predefined criteria. Then the results are summarized in a report and highlighted in an oral presentation. Topics of the Seminar are specified on an individual basis through a discussion between the student and the supervisor(s) at ASL (Prof. R. Siegwart) or RSL (Prof. M. Hutter). Ideally you select your Seminar CSE Robotics study as preparation for a semester project in the upcomming semester.
How to find a seminar study
Please select your field of interest by browsing through our list of student and research projects at ASL and RSL. You may then either directly contact the ASL or RSL collaborators that are in charge of the projects of interest, or contact Prof. R. Siegwart or Prof. M. Hutter for a general discussion about a potential Seminar CSE Robotics and students project.