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Welcome to the Autonomous Mobile Manipulation lab at the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS) at Örebro University, Sweden.

Research Vision

At the AMM lab 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.

So happy for my PhD student Yuxuan Yang for his newest paper accepted to the Robotics and Autonomous Systems journal! In this work Yuxuan extends his prior learnable dynamics model for deformable linear objects (DLOs) such as cables and hoses. Short 🧵1/3

Another Robotics ad Automation Letters paper out from @AutoMMLab with presentation at #iros2022. Early access at https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9822213 Congratulations to Jean-Paul for his first paper! Curious to hear more? Read on – a 🧵1/5

Our third recent RA-L paper is now out! In this work recent PhD graduate from @AutoMMLab Dinh-Cuong Hoang examines the use of a lightweight transformer module for geometry-based object pose estimation. Key finding: context greatly improves pose estimation accuracy – a 🧵1/6

Second RA-L paper with #iros2022 presentation is now out as a pre-print. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9812508
Read bellow for a high-level summary of the excellent work of my PhD student .@Qt_Yeung . A short 🧵 1/5

The #IROS2022 results are in and the AMM lab will have 5 papers to present in October in Kyoto. Congratulations to Quantao, Yuxuan, Jean-Paul and Dinh-Cuong who were the lead authors of our papers. More details and pre-prpints coming soon. 🎉

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