Hobie 6 and Hobie 16
Martin Jägersand's Home Page
Update: I graduated in 1997.
You can find my PhD thesis
on the Perceptual Actions page below.
I was a post-doc at Yale
University, 98-99, then a short stint at Johns Hopkins University.
I'm now a faculty member at the
the University of Alberta in beautiful Western Canada.
Univeristy of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627-0226
Some cool videos from my demo page:
Two Puma robots learning to fold a flexible piece of foam.
"Pickup"-style 3 phase robot control:
3DOF point reach, 6 DOF alignment and 6 DOF final move in.
- Puzzle1 and
Robot putting different shaped kids puzzle pieces into corresponding
slots under visual space planning and control.
Puma arm with UTAH/MIT hand picking up, transporting
and screwing in a lightbulb using visual space planning
Puma arm with UTAH/MIT hand picking up a small marble using
adaptive visual feedback control.
Visual robot simulator
Info and ftp link,
on-line demo (only local acess for now). WWW interface by:
Locally maintained matlab libraries.
Exploring the backcountry in the US and Sweden
A personal home page with less
I grew up in a small city Karlstad in the province
Värmland , located on
the north shore of the big lake Vänern in the middle of
In Karlstad I studied at
After high school I went to Chalmers
which is located in the
city of Gothenburg on
the Swedish (Atlantic) west coast.
At Chalmers I studied Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science, with
special interest in computational physics, numerical analysis/optimization,
and machine vision.
Now in Rochester doing
work in vision and robotics at UR.
To URCS Vision and Robotics Home Page
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