2013-11-07F. Colas, F. Pomerleau, M. Liu et al. won Best RoboCup paper award at IROS
2013-09-26Dr. Margarita Chli appointed Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer at School of Informatics of the University of Edinburgh
2013-09-25Michael Neunert received Johann Puch Innovation Award 2012 for Master Thesis
2013-08-29Dr. M. Liu and Prof. R. Siegwart won the "Best Paper in Information" at ICIA 2013!
2013-08-15Dr. Ming Liu appointed Assistant Professor at the The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
2013-06-04Talk @ ASL, Dr. N. Nourani-Vatani, "Vision for underwater vehicles", 13.06.2013 at 11:15
2013-05-11Nomination for IEEE/IFR Invention and Entrepreneurship Award
2013-05-09Nomination for the BestVision Paper Award at ICRA 2013
2013-04-11The best innovations at ETH 2013 - SPARK Award
2013-03-19Legged robotic team wins best hardware presentation award!
2013-02-14Radio interview with Prof. R. Siegwart
2013-02-12Ming Liu wins Winning Prize for the seventh Chunhui CupPioneering Competition for Overseas Chinese Scholars (2012)
2013-01-31Ming Liu has been invited for 11 universities in China for academic seminars
2012-11-28The sFly project is featured at TEDx Zurich
2012-10-02Team ARTOR wins Creative Solution Award at
2012-09-18MFI 2012: Best student paper award and best paperfinalist
2012-09-03Demonstration of Lonelybuilder won Best Demo Award at ECAI2012
2012-08-27Appointments of former ASL collaborators to Professor: Dr. C. Pradalier, Dr. D. Scaramuzza, Dr. C. D. Remy
2012-08-24CLAWAR: Best Student Paper Award and Highly Commended Paper Award!
2012-08-23ETH Life: "Obelix" crosses successfully Freiburg (project EUROPA)
2012-05-24EU project sFly coordinated by ASL gets published in IEEEspectrum
2012-05-23The paper on "Real-timeonboard visual-inertial state estimation and self-calibration of MAVs inunknown environments" by S. Weiss, M. Achtelik, S. Lynen, M. Chli andR. Siegward was a Best Vision Paper Finalist in ICRA 2012.
2012-03-27Talk of Prof. Kazuya Yoshida on "Mobile Robots for Exploration of Extreme and Uncertain Environments in Terrestrial and Planetary Applications"
Our mission and dedication is to create robots and intelligent systems
that are able to autonomously operate in complex and diverse
environments. We are interested in the mechatronic design and control of
systems that autonomously adapt to different situations
and cope with our uncertain and dynamic daily environment. We are
fascinated by novel robot concepts that are best adapted for acting on
the ground, in the air and in the water. We are furthermore keen to give
them the intelligence to autonomously navigate
in challenging environments. This includes novel methods and tools for
perception, abstraction, mapping and path planning.