Join us at ICRA to learn how NVIDIA is shaping robotics research and development. See the latest breakthrough work we’re doing in AI, high-fidelity physics modeling, and 3D rendering to simulate and deploy advanced perception, mobility, and manipulation capabilities in robots. Come explore the research, meet the teams, and learn how NVIDIA robotics technology is driving some of the biggest advancements in autonomous machines.
Come connect with industry luminaries and peers. Enjoy good drinks, great food, and brilliant insight into how today’s innovators are changing the world through the power of NVIDIA’s technologies, AI, and deep learning. See first hand the latest NVIDIA research from the NVIDIA robotics team, featuring Claire Delaunay, VP of Engineering and Robotics, and Dieter Fox, Senior Director of Robotics Research.
It's all happening at The Fox Hotel. Space is limited so be sure to register today! Choose one date only. Duplicates will be removed.
|Monday, May 21|
|7:30 - 8:30 PM||Check-In Social and Welcome|
|8:30 - 9:00 PM||Presentations and Demos|
|9:00 - 10:30 PM||Networking|
|Tuesday, May 22|
|6:30 - 7:30 PM||Check-In Social and Welcome|
|7:30 - 8:00 PM||Presentations and Demos|
|8:00 - 9:30 PM||Networking|
|Monday, May 21|
|09:00 - 09:30||ICRA 2018 Workshop||Dieter Fox|
|09:00 - 17:00||Robot Teammates Operating in Dynamic, Unstructured Environments||Dieter Fox and Others|
|Tuesday, May 22|
|10:30 - 13:00||Re3: Real-Time Recurrent Regression Networks for Visual Tracking of Generic Objects||Dieter Fox and Others|
|14:30 - 17:00||Visual-Inertial Navigation Algorithm Development Using Photorealistic Camera Simulation in the Loop||Luca Carlone and Others|
|Wednesday, May 23|
|10:30 - 13:00||Perception, Guidance, and Navigation for Indoor Autonomous Drone Racing Using Deep Learning||Sunggoo Jung and Others|
|10:30 - 13:00||Robust and Fast 3D Scan Alignment Using Mutual Information||James McBride and Others|
|10:30 - 13:00||SE3-Pose_Nets: Structured Deep Dynamics Models for Visuomotor Control||Dieter Fox and Others|
|14:30 - 17:00||VisualBackProp: Efficient Visualization of CNNs for Autonomous Driving||Urs Muller and Others|
|Thursday, May 24|
|10:30 - 13:00||Synthetically Trained Neural Networks for Learning Human-Readable Plans from Real-World Demonstrations||Jonathan Tremblay and Others|
|15:00 - 17:30||Real-Time Perception Meets Reactive Motion Generation||Nathan Ratliff and Others|
|15:00 - 17:30||Real-Time 3D Glint Detection in Remote Eye Tracking Based on Bayesian Inference||Dieter Fox and Others|
NVIDIA is a company that's built on great minds and groundbreaking research. With more than 120 scientists around the globe, the areas of focus include: AI, self-driving cars, robotics, high-performance computing, graphics, and augmented reality. Our researchers operate as a think tank, accelerating advances in product technologies, including AI innovations like facial animations and light transport.
The team, founded in 2006 by Chief Scientist (now NVIDIA Fellow) David Kirk, collaborates with academic and industrial research institutions and disseminates results at leading technical conferences, journals, and other academic venues. Bill Dally joined the team from Stanford in 2009. NVIDIA's applied research team, led by Bryan Catanzaro, focuses on applying deep learning to solve a vast array of problems, from video games to chip design.
Robotics research teams specialize in developing technology and building platforms for autonomous machines. Lead by Claire Delaunay and Dieter Fox, NVIDIA roboticists are applying computer vision, deep learning, and machine learning techniques to solve difficult problems in robotics like perception, collaboration, manipulation, and mobility.
Our team is onsite at ICRA in stands 7 and 8. Stop by to sync with our recruiting team to learn about career opportunities at NVIDIA.
While you're there, play our NVIDIA Trivia for swag and a chance to win an NVIDIA TITAN V.
NVIDIA Robotics Research is seeking outstanding researchers for positions in computer architecture, programming systems, computer vision, and machine learning. The team is developing technologies to improve the efficiency and programmability of future GPUs, as well as increase their applicability to a wider range of applications.
NVIDIA is a proud sponsor of the ICRA 2018 DJI RoboMaster AI Challenge in which robots drive and launch projectiles using AI technologies. Each team is required to build up to two autonomous robots to compete in a obstacle-filled arena. 14 of the 22 competitors leverage the NVIDIA Jetson platform to power, control, navigate, perceive and execute autonomous functions. Winning teams will be awarded an NVIDIA TITAN Xp.