Happy to announce that Ilian Bonev’s and my paper, “Evolutionary Motion Control Optimization in Physical Human-Robot Interaction,” has been accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2018)!
See you in Spain!
Silfra is a rift formed in the divergent tectonic boundary between the North American and Eurasian plates and is located in the Þingvallavatn Lake in the Þingvellir National Park in Iceland.
The Silfra fissure consists of four sections: Silfra Big Crack, Silfra Hall, Silfra Cathedral, and Silfra Lagoon.
Þingvellir (Thingvellir) is a historic site and national park in Iceland, east of Reykjavík. It’s known for the Alþing (Althing), the site of Iceland’s parliament from the 10th to 18th centuries. On the site are the Þingvellir Church and the ruins of old stone shelters. The park sits in a rift valley caused by the separation of 2 tectonic plates, with rocky cliffs and fissures like the huge Almannagjá fault.
The Lachine Canal is a canal passing through the southwestern part of the Island of Montréal, Quebec, Canada, running 14.5 kilometres from the Old Port of Montréal to Lake Saint-Louis, through the boroughs of Lachine, Lasalle and Sud-Ouest.
I recently had the opportunity to attend a great Robotics Symposium presented by Electromate at École de technologie supérieure. The primary goal of this event was to bring together academia and industry to discuss how to build a robot.
Neuroscience 2017 was held November 11-15 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. More than 30,300 attendees convened in the U.S. capital city for the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.
Guess where I'll be in November :) #Robotics #Science #Engineering #neuroscience #Health #Healthcare #tech #sfn2017 pic.twitter.com/m5HgCdcLu2
— Nicholas Nadeau (@EngNadeau) August 11, 2017