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Secretary
Institute for Anthropomatics and Robotics; High Performance Humanoid Technologies, Chair Prof. Asfour
Adenauerring 2, Building 50.20
76131 Karlsruhe

Phone: +49 721 608-48277

Email: sekretariat asfourUyu9∂anthropomatik kit edu

Welcome to H²T

The Humanoid Robotics Systems - High Performance Humanoid Technologies Lab (H²T) at the Institute for Anthropomatics and Robotics of the Department of Informatics, focuses on 24/7 humanoid robotics technologies and systems able to predict, act and interact in the real world and perform a wide variety of tasks. The major research topics of the group include humanoid mechanoinformatics and design, grasping and dexterous manipulation, goal-directed imitation learning, active vision and active touch, multimodal exploration, modelling and analysis of human motion, software and hardware architectures and system integration. H2T is led by professor Tamim Asfour who was leading the humanoid research group at the Humanoids and Intelligence Systems Lab (HIS) since 2003 and is developing the ARMAR humanoid robot family.

 

NEWS

ARMAR-6
ARMAR-6 in the media

The first press release featuring the humanoid robot ARMAR-6, developed at H2T, was launched. The robot is part of the EU-funded SecondHands research project and currently being used for research activities at OCADO Technology near London.

Article in IEEE Spectrum

Overview of press coverage

Publication in Science Robotics

The taxonomy of whole-body support poses developed at H²T has been presented in the article "A whole-body support pose taxonomy for multi-contact humanoid robot motions" published in Science Robotics.

 
Exam dates The exam dates for WS 17/18 and SS 2018 are online. Exam dates
Promotion Peter Kaiser
Promotion Peter Kaiser

Dipl.-Inform. Peter Kaiser hat am 21.12.2017 seine Promotionsprüfung erfolgreich bestanden.

Alle Kolleginnen und Kollegen gratulieren ihm dazu herzlichst.

 

Foto Promotion Peter Kaiser
 
Presentation at NIPS Symposium

The work "Parameter Space Noise for Exploration" by Plappert et al. has been presented at the Deep Reinforcement Learning Symposium within the NIPS 2017 in Long Beach, California.

Open House Day the 22.11.2017

Within the European Robotics Week the High Performance Humanoid Technologies Lab invites everybody to an open house day on the 22.11.2017 between 1pm and 5 pm.

The humanoid robots of the ARMAR-family will demonstrate their skills in an everyday environment by doing typical tasks and interacting with humans. Besides there will be the possibility to interact personally with the humanoid robot NAO.

events of the European Robotics Week
 
Bogy Praktikum 2018 Der Lehrstsuhl für Hochperformante Humanoide Technologien (H²T) bietet Schülerinnen und Schülern der Klassenstufe 9 und 10 die Möglichkeit in der Woche vom 16.-20.04.2018 im Rahmen des Berufsorientierenden Praktikum für Gymnasien (BOGY) in die Robotik reinzuschnuppern.

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