Program

Robotics AI

Data Science versus Motion Intelligence

08:30

Welcome coffee

09:00

Welcome addresses

Sébastien Candel, President, Académie des Sciences

Jörg Hacker, President, Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaft Leopoldina

09:10

Opening addresses

Philippe BAPTISTE, Cabinet director, Ministry of higher Education, Research and Innovation, France

Herbert ZEISEL, Head of directorate, Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany

09:30

Program presentation by Tamim Asfour (KIT) and Jean-Paul Laumond (CNRS-LAAS)

09:35

Keynote: Where Mind and Matter Meet

Alexander Waibel (KIT)

10:00

Robotics as the Path to Artificial Intelligence

Oliver Brock (TU Berlin)

10:15

Towards a science of motion

Nicolas Mansard (CNRS-LAAS)

10:30

Coffee Break

10:50

Machine Intelligence: Bridging the Gap between Robotics and AI

Sami Haddadin (TUM)

11:05

Micro-data: the challenge of robot learning

Jean-Baptiste Mouret (INRIA)

11:20

Is Motor Learning the Key to Intelligence?

Jan Peters (Uni Darmstadt and MPI)

11:35

Robotics: the embodied physical intelligence

Jean-Paul Laumond (CNRS-LAAS)

11:50

Everyday Activity and Science Engineering (EASE)

Michael Beetz (Uni Bremen)

12:05

Robotics and AI: the early divorce and remarriage shades

Abderrahman Kheddar (CNRS-LIRMM)

12:20

Lunch

13:35

Keynote: From vision and robotics to AI

Jean Ponce (INRIA)

14:00

A Human-Centric Perspective on Robotics and AI

Alin Albu-Schäffer (DLR)

14:15

Acquisition and Grounding of Robot Knowledge

Through Interaction with the Physical World

Raja Chatila (UPMC-ISIR)

14:30

Robotics for a human future

Helge Ritter (Uni. Bielefeld)

14:45

Medical Robotics and machine learning

Michel de Mathelin (Strasbourg Univ.)

15:00

Robotics AI: Cognitive Abilities for Intelligent Bodies

Tamim Asfour (KIT)

15:15

Multidisciplinary research challenges for the progress of robotics

Cecilia Laschi (SSSA)

15:30

Coffee Break

15:50

Lessons learned, new horizons and impact on societal challenges in europe

Sigmar Wittig, Executive Board of Leopoldina

16:00

Addresses from French and German Ministry and Institutions representatives

Patrick GARDA, Director, STIC, French Ministry of higher Education, Research and innovation

Jean-Frédéric GERBEAU, General Director delegated to science, INRIA

Olivier CAPPE, Deputy scientific director for Information sciences, CNRS

16:30

Panel discussion: working group launching

17:30

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