At the Autonomous Systems group we aim at innovative research on cognitive robot motor skill learning and control based on human motion understanding. The main focus of the research is two-fold: autonomous learning from observations in daily life and cognitive robot control. In order to realize an intuitive robot and to satisfy humans’ expectations for a robotic companion, we study about human beings and transfer the discovered mechanisms to robotic systems. In this way, the robot can learn new skills without engineers‘ programming and learn complicate tasks incrementally in a generalized framework. Especially by bridging learning from observations, robot motor control, and learning from self practices, robots will be capable of performing complex tasks robustly under uncertainties.
Head of Autonomous Systems Dongheui Lee Univ Professor+43 1 58801 38412
News Welcome to Autonomous Systems The Autonomous Systems Lab at the Institute of Computer Technology at TU Wien (Technische Universität Wien) is looking for talented PhD candidate (or Postdoctoral researcher) in the field of robotics.
News Welcome to Autonomous Systems We are really excited to announce that we have been selected as Winners of the EGO4D LTA Challenge proposed by FacebookAI!