Intelligent Multi-Robot Coordination Lab
The Intelligent Multi-Robot Coordination Lab at TU Berlin, led by Wolfgang Hönig, is a research group at the Institute of Computer Engineering and Microelectronics, EECS Faculty, TU Berlin.
In our research we propose diverse artificial intelligence techniques that enable decision making in high-dimensional search spaces. We are motivated by aerial robots, which need to coordinate safely and efficiently in congested environments. Our goal is to develop the algorithmic foundation, both theoretical and practical, that will enable future robot swarms to autonomously conduct search-and-rescue missions, advance just-in-time manufacturing, and function as aerial robot delivery systems. Our research is funded by the prestigious DFG Emmy-Noether Program in the Field of Artificial Intelligence Methods.
- Two papers accepted at MRS: Flying Patches and Omni Percept. 09/2023
- We have three workshop papers at ICRA 2023 in London. 05/2023
- We have one PhD and two student assistant positions. 05/2023
- Co-organization of summer school Embodied Intelligence – Perception and Learning in Nature and Robotics. 03/2023
- Co-organization of the ICRA23 workshop on The Role of Robotics Simulators for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. 01/2023
- Crazyswarm2 presented at ROSCon. 10/2022
- Two papers accepted at IROS Workshops: Motion Planning Benchmark and UAV Payload Transport. 10/2022
- Two papers accepted at IROS: db-A* and SecMPC. 07/2022
- We have two student assistant positions. 04/2022
- We submitted two papers to IROS: db-A* and SecMPC. 03/2022
- Akmaral and Khaled join as PhD students. 12/2021, 01/2022
- New group, funded by the DFG, established. 05/2021