Prof. Dr. Manfred Hild

Myon – Charakter­facetten eines humano­iden Roboters

TYPO Berlin 2015 Character | Thursday, 21 May | 8:00 pm | Hall | German

Technologically, a humanoid robot is an extremely complex machine that interacts with humans and must therefore fulfil a completely different set of requirements than an industrial robot. This presentation will look at the development of the robot Myon and the design decisions that were involved in its creation. The issues will be examined from a variety of standpoints, from the design of the exterior appearance to aspects of the behavioural controls.

Prof. Manfred Hild

Prof. Dr. Manfred Hild

Head of Neurorobotics Reasearch Lab / Beuth University of Applied Science (Berlin)

Manfred Hild is Professor of Digital Systems at the Beuth University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. Prior to that he held positions as Visiting Researcher at the SONY Computer Science Laboratory in Paris and as leader of the Neurorobotics Research Laboratory in Berlin. His main research fields are sensorimotor control,…

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