News

Fall 2018:

Jingjin Yu and Abdeslam Boularias receive a grant of $601,360 from GEM China for the project "Intelligent and High-Eciency Recycling of Non-Ferrous Metals Through Computer Vision Driven Robotics".

Spring 2018:

Jingjin Yu, Kostas Bekris and Abdeslam Boularias receive a grant of $240,000 from JD.com, Inc. for the project "Configurable Hand for Intelligent Material Picking (CHIMP)".

Fall 2017:

Abdeslam is teaching Robot Learning (16:198:674) at Rutgers.

Fall 2017:

We are organizing a new weekly robotics seminars at Rutgers.

Summer 2017:

Kostas Bekris, Abdeslam Boularias and Aaron Dollar (Yale) receive an NSF award of $867,729 for the project "NRI: INT: COLLAB: Integrated Modeling and Learning for Robust Grasping and Dexterous Manipulation with Adaptive Hands".

Summer 2017:

Abdeslam received a grant of $70,000 from General Dynamics under the Collaborative Technology Alliance Program, sponsored by the US Army Research Lab (ARL) .

Spring 2017:

Abdeslam Boularias, Kostas Bekris and Mubbasir Kapadia receive an NSF award of $685,000 for the project "S&AS: FND: Reflective Learning of Stochastic Physical Models for Robust Manipulation".

Summer 2017:

We are organizing a reading group for the summer.

Spring 2017:

Abdeslam is teaching the course Introduction To Artificial Intelligence (16:198:520) at Rutgers.

Fall 2016:

Abdeslam received a grant of $60,000 from General Dynamics under the Collaborative Technology Alliance Program, sponsored by the US Army Research Lab (ARL) .

Fall 2016:

Abdeslam taught the course Introduction To Artificial Intelligence (16:198:440) at Rutgers.

Fall 2016:

Kostas Bekris, Jingjin Yu, and Abdeslam Boularias are organizing weekly robotics seminars at Rutgers.

Spring 2016:

Abdeslam taught the course Robot Learning (16:198:674) at Rutgers.

Fall 2015:

Abdeslam taught the course Introduction To Artificial Intelligence (16:198:520) at Rutgers.

September 2015:

Abdeslam joined the computer science department of Rutgers University as an assistant professor.

July 2015:

Abdeslam left his position at Carnegie Mellon University.  

June 2013:

Abdeslam organized with Francesco Dinuzzo and Lennart Ljung a workshop at ICML on Machine Learning for System Identification.

May 2013:

Abdeslam joined the robotics institute of Carnegie Mellon University as a postdoctoral researcher.

May 2013:

Abdeslam left his position at the Max-Planck Institute after three wonderful years in Tuebingen.

Fall 2012:

Abdeslam taught with Jan Peters a course on autonomous intelligent systems (Autonome Lernsysteme) at TU Darmstadt.

Summer 2012:

Abdeslam taught with Jan Peters a course on robot learning at TU Darmstadt.

July 2011:

Abdeslam co-organized a workshop at ICML on the New Developments in Imitation Learning.