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September 2021: The new German-French Project "Learn2Grasp: Learning Human-like
Interactive Grasping based on Visual and Haptic Feedback" is funded by BMBF and
August 2021: The new project "Transferzentrum RimA – Roboter im Alltag (Robots in Everyday Life)" is funded by BMBF. Our subproject focusses on benchmarking of assistance robots in everydeay environments. [Press release]
December 2020: Two new projects "Semantic Video Prediction (P6)" and "Anticipative
Human-Robot Collaboration (P8)" are funded as part of the second phase
of the DFG research unit FOR 2535 Anticipating
Human Behavior. [Press release]
June 2020: Our proposal for the Amazon
Research Award projekt "Learning Structured Scene
Modeling and Physics-Based Prediction for Manipulation" was funded.
February 2020: Our team NimbRo came in second in the Grand Challenge in Challenge 2 of the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC), which was organized by Khalifa University and took place in Abu Dhabi.
July 2019: The soccer robots of our team NimbRo won all competitions of Humanoid League AdultSize class at RoboCup 2019 in Sydney, Australia: 2 vs. 2 soccer tournament, 2 vs. 2 drop-in games, technical challenges, Best-humanoid Award.
May 2019: The CENTAURO project was awarded the Ralf-Dahrendorf-Preis by the German Minister of Education and Research (BMBF). BMBF will fund a project to communicate the CENTAURO results to high-school students. [Press release]
March 2019: The Google
Faculty Research Award project "Collaborative Perception using
Smart Edge Sensors and Cloud-based 4D SLAM" was funded.
January 2019: Our proposal for the Amazon Research Award project
"Generalizing Scene Parsing for Cluttered Bin Picking" was funded.
November 2018: After evaluating the CENTAURO system sucessfully at Kerntechnischen-Hilfsdienst GmbH, the final CENTAURO project review took place in Bonn.
October 2018: A new project to develop autonomous assistance functions for micro aerial vehicles has been granted by BMBF as part of the competence center for rescue robots (DRZ).
June 2018: The soccer
robots of our team NimbRo won all competitions of Humanoid League
AdultSize class at RoboCup
2018 in Montreal, Canada: 1 vs. 1 soccer tournament, 2 vs. 2
drop-in games, technical challenges, Best-humanoid Award.