Learning of physics-based models for visio-tactile object perception and manipulation
cyvy Research Project
Today’s autonomous systems still lack behind the versatile capabilities of humans in scene perception and object manipulation tasks. This project addresses the research question of how robots can learn to perceive and manipulate objects from visual and tactile feedback in a self-supervised way. Jörg Stückler and his team will develop methods that will allow robots to learn models of their interaction with objects from camera images and tactile measurements. The scientists will investigate the use of learned models for perception and control in several robotic object manipulation tasks.