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Note: The News Channel lists all of the news articles published since October 2016 – for older articles please refer to the EPFL News Archive.

Hutter Lab win IEEE RAS best paper award 2016

14.12.16 – Congratulations to the Hutter Lab who won the IEEE RAS best paper award at IROS 2016 for their paper “ANYmal – a Highly Mobile and Dynamic Quadrupedal Robot”. Read more.

Stéphanie Lacour appointed Full Professor

12.12.16 – Congratulations to Prof. Stéphanie Lacour who has been appointed Full Professor of Microtechnology and Bioengineering in the School of Engineering (STI), EPFL.Prof. Lacour has recently made news with her work in NCCR Robotics with both the e-dura implant and the stretchable solid-liquid electrical film. Read more.

Open Postdoc positions

07.12.16 – We are looking for two Postdocs in soft wearable robotics.*****Postdoc in Soft Wearable Robotics: Kinetic / Haptic feedback The EPFL Laboratory of Intelligent Systems (Prof. Dario Floreano, http://lis.epfl.ch) and the EPFL Translational Neural Engineering Lab (Prof. Silvestro Micera, http:// tne.epfl.ch) invite applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in wearable technologies for human-robot interaction. The postdoc will work …

Intento win 130k at Venture Kick

30.11.16 – Congratulations to our spin fund winners Intento, who have won 130k CHF at Venture Kick. Read more.

Release of the Event-Camera Dataset for SLAM Applications

NCCR Robotics are very happy to announce the release of the first public collection of datasets recorded with an event camera (DAVIS) for pose estimation, visual odometry, and SLAM applications! The data also include intensity images, inertial measurements, ground truth from a motion-capture system, synthetic data, as well as an event camera simulator that allows …

A Composite Thread that Varies in Rigidity

27.10.16 – Soft “hardware” components are becoming more and more popular solutions within the field of robotics. In fact, softness, compliance and foldability bring significant advantages to devices, by allowing conformability and safe interactions with users, objects and unstructured environments. However, for some applications the softness of components adversely reduces the range of forces that …

LeMano at Cybathlon

07.10.16 – This week, the world’s first Cybathlon will take place in Zurich, Switzerland and today we present to you the second of the NCCR Robotics teams to be taking part in the competition, LeMano. The Cybathlon is the brainchild of NCCR Robotics co-director and ETH Zurich professor Robert Riener, and is designed to facilitate discussion between academics, industry …