This project will focus on creating a team to compete in the international RoboCup competition, in the @Home Open Category – a service robotics challenge. This involves the interdisciplinary development of a robot to perform the locomotion, manipulation and perception for assistive service tasks in the home. RoboCup brings together the leading international teams to compete at an annual competition; we aim to develop a team that can represent EPFL at this international level. This interdisciplinary project will sit at the intersection of student project and research project – enabling students to get experience of state-of-the art research approaches, whilst also enabling and providing students with the opportunity to gain skills in leadership, team management and project planning.
Participate to the international competition Robocup with innovative robotic solutions to perform servicing tasks at home
Number of students
There are usually 10-20 students doing this project.
Main contact point for students and EPFL Coordinator : Kai Junge (CREATE lab)
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