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Master's Degree Program
GRASP at PERCH
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GRASP Seminar: Satinder Singh, University of Michigan "Predictive State Representations (A new class of models for discrete-time controlled dynamical systems)"
GRASP Seminar: Gaurav Sukhatme, University of Southern California, "Networked Robotics: From Multi-Robot Systems to Wireless Sensor Networks"
GRASP Seminar: David Jacobs, University of Maryland, "Recognizing and Reconstructing Objects When the Lighting Changes"
GRASP Seminar: Ioannis Pavlidis, University of Houston, "Estimation of Pulse, Blood Flow Rate, and Vessel Location from Thermal Video"
GRASP Seminar: Daniel Cremers, University of California, "Bayesian Approaches to Image Segmentation"
GRASP Seminar: Greg Grudic, University of Colorado, "Using Probabilistic Regression and Classification Models for End-to-End Learning of Robotic Tasks"
GRASP Seminar: Jaydev Desai, Drexel University, "Reality-Based Modeling of Tool-tissue Interaction for Robot-Assisted Surgery"
GRASP Seminar: Rene Vidal, John Hopkins University, "Generalized Principal Component Analysis GPCA"
GRASP Seminar: Low Kin Huat, Nanyang Technological University, "Mechatronics Design and Development Projects of Mobile Machines"
GRASP Seminar: Mark Spong, University of Illinois, "Passivity Based Control of Bipedal Locomotion"
GRASP Seminar: Robert Ghrist, University of Illinois, "Optimal Coordination on Roadmaps"
GRASP Seminar: Larry Davis, University of Maryland, "Monitoring Human Activity using Computer Vision"