The CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, with The Fine Foundation, hosted the first Fine International Conference on Gigapixel Imaging for Science. Aiming to explore innovative use of GigaPan in the classroom, the field and the laboratory, the conference featured all aspects of gigapixel technology in the science field.
November 11--13, 2010 Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Carnegie Mellon University June 10 - June 13, 2013
Dynamic Walking aims to provide insight into the fundamental principles that underlie legged locomotion and related dynamic behaviors. Central topics include energetics, stability and control, predictive models, empirical data with a conceptual tie in, and robot successes and failures. Participants are split about evenly between students and professors, with a mix of researchers studying legged locomotion and designing walking robots and rehabilitation tools.
To promote open sharing of information, the meetings are organized to provide as much interaction between participants as possible. The format is highly informal and fluid, with a single track of presentations and extensive time scheduled for interaction, brainstorming and idea sharing. The schedule includes many hands-on tutorials and hardware demonstrations