Welcome to the website of the research group on Autonomous Mobile Manipulation at the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS) at Örebro University, Sweden.

Research Vision

We strive to enable mobile robots to perform complex interaction with their environment. We perform research on perception and motion synthesis for mobility and manipulation.

October 31 at 9:15 CET we have the PhD defense of Quantao Yang, thesis title: Robot Skill Acquisition through Prior-Conditioned Reinforcement Learning. Follow us on Zoom: https://oru-se.zoom.us/j/68763597281?pwd=SzdpRFNadHR4TVRDQ1FQT0FGVjAzZz09
Good luck Quantao!

Congratulations to Yuxuan Yang for successfully defending his PhD thesis! Many thanks to the opponent prof. Ville Kyrki and committee members Dr. Martin Servin, prof. Maud Marchal and prof. Gianluca Palli.

Tomorrow, Friday 13th of October, Yuxuan Yang is defending his PhD thesis on manipulation of deformable linear object. The public defense starts at 13:15 CET and can be followed here: https://oru-se.zoom.us/j/61656201341?pwd=UjE2YlZ3WTRTb1RnL2hLY3ZjR1JlZz09

During the next 3 weeks two of our PhD students are going to defend their dissertations. We wish Yuxuan Yang (defense Oct. 13) and Quantao Yang (defense Oct. 31) the best of luck!
In preparation for the defense, both Yuxuan and Quantao nailed their thesis – the 🇸🇪spikning cermony


Some, by now old, news: @DavidRobotics and his co-first author Marco Iannotta received the RA-L honorable mention for their paper on combining Behavior Trees with stack-of-tasks control. Congratulations!

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