Doctoral Research Seminar on "Efficient Realization of Large-Area E-Skin based on Biologically Plausible Principles"


Doctoral Research Seminar on "Efficient Realization of Large-Area E-Skin based on Biologically Plausible Principles" by Florian Bergner, ICS.

 

Abstract:

The skin allows humans to interact with their surroundings safely. Despite the importance of skin to provide feedback for interactions, few autonomous machines are equipped with the sense of touch. This is due to the challenge to handle the high amount of multi-modal tactile information of Iarge-area electronic skin. Our work introduces novel biologically plausible methods allowing for the efficient handling of this information in complex systems whereby previous approaches failed.

 

May 10th, 2021 at 11:00h, online, participation is possible, more details on our website.