M^3 Seminar 2014

Joined Seminar „Motions in Man and Machine“

May 22-24, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe and Darmstadt

Organizer Co-Organizers
Syn Schmitt (Uni Stuttgart) Andre Seyfarth (TU Darmstadt)
Jan Peters (TU Darmstadt)
Tamim Asfour (KIT Karlsruhe)
Participating students (from Stuttgart, Karlsruhe and Darmstadt)
Medical Engineering (12),
Simulation Technologies (5),
Material Science (1),
Airspace Engineering (1),
Technical Cybernetics (2)
Sports and Computer Science (3),
Computer Science - Autonomous Systems (1), 
Applied Mechanics (1)



MyoRobotics Project

This seminar is kindly supported by Dr. Christophe Maufroy (IPA Fraunhofer Stuttgart) who provides access to the MyoRobotics Toolkit, developed within the EU project MyoRobotics.



Thursday, 22.05.2014, Stuttgart

Darmstadt group: departure 7:45 in front of Institute of Sport Science

Location Allmandring 28, Sports Institute
Web site http://www.inspo.uni-stuttgart.de/aVI/mitarbeiter/Schmitt/
  • 10:00 Start of the Seminar and Introduction
  • 10:30 Presentation of the topics and necessary background
    • Syn Schmitt: Principles of biological movements PDF
    • Daniel Häufle: Modelling and simulation of dynamic systems PDF
    • Christophe Maufroy: Principles of robotic movements PDF Theory (password required)
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Presentation of the project topics with „hands on“ examples
  • 16:00 Conclusion


Friday, 23.05.2014, Karlsruhe

Location Adenauerring 2 (Gebäude 50.20), 76131 Karlsruhe
Web site http://h2t.anthropomatik.kit.edu/530.php

Darmstadt group: departure 8:45 in front of Institute of Sport Science

  • 10:30 Tamim Asfour: Humanoid Robotics Research (Tamim Asfour) PDF
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Presentation of the project topics with „hands on“ examples
  • 16:00 Conclusion


Saturday, 24.05.2014, Darmstadt

Location Magdalenenstr 27, Seminarraum Hinterhaus S1/18, 64289 Darmstadt
Web site www.lauflabor.de
  • 10:00 Uhr Presentation of the topics and necessary background (Jan Peters, Rico Möckel, Andre Seyfarth)
    • Andre Seyfarth: Modeling of Running and Jumping PDF Simulink models
    • Rico Möckel: Neuronale Motorsteuerung PDF
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Presentation of Parcour with Perturbation Platform
  • 13:30 Presentation of the project topics with „hands on“ examples
  • 15:30 Conclusion and assigning of projects




Project proposals

Projects offered by IPA Fraunhofer Contact
Control of biological movements with „Myrobotics Toolkit“ Christophe Maufroy
Projects offered by Uni Stuttgart Contact
Muscoloskeletal modelling: Simulation and control of arm movements Daniel Häufle
Muscoloskeletal modelling: Simulation and control of upright stance Daniel Häufle
Simulation of upright stance with DC-motor driven model Daniel Häufle
Projects offered by KIT Contact
Segmentation of Human Motion Christian Mandery
Learning and Reproduction of Actions from Human Observation Mirko Wächter
Conversion of Human Motion Data Ömer Terlemez
Live Motion Capture and Mapping Stefan Ulbrich
Trajectory Generation for Exoskeletons Jonas Beil
Projects offered by TU Darmstadt Contact
Gait transitions from walking to running (and back) with BSLIP model Andre Seyfarth 
3D running with change in running direction (diploma thesis of Dario) Andre Seyfarth
Influence of muscle properties in the leg (e.g. running, jumping or walking) Christian Schumacher
Influence of ground properties on running and jumping Christian Schumacher 
Neural motor control with central pattern generators Rico Möckel




List of seminar projects

Group Location Students Topic Supervisors
1 UStutt Ekaterina Minich,
Kim Sczuka,
Regina Biller, Alina Steck 
Biomechanics: Arm Simulations S. Schmitt,
D. Häufle
2 UStutt  Kathrin Ruch,
Georg Schneider,
Frank Schneider 
Biomechanics: Arm Simulations S. Schmitt,
D. Häufle
3 Fraunhofer IPA,
UStutt 
Juliane Mürter,
Lu Shen,
Laura Grom,
Harald Marina-Reitz
Upright stance: Myorobotics
and Simulation 
C. Maufroy,
D. Häufle
4 Darmstadt  Tony Schmortte,
Sabrina Christoph,
Birgit Schaefer,
Christian Schumacher 
Hopping control for a spring-
-dampler-mass-model 
Rico Möckel,
Andre Seyfarth
5 Darmstadt  Isabell Wochner,
Carola Endler,
Cynthia Michalkowski 
Neural motor control of a spring-damper
mass-model with a
central pattern generator
Rico Möckel,
Andre Seyfarth
6 Karlsruhe Diego Valdes,
Chris Hiatt,
Ronny Hugo
Live Motion Capture and Mapping Stefan Ulbrich
Tamim Asfour
7 Karlsruhe Sonja Mohnen,
Sarina Thomas,
Jennifer Conrad,
Franziska Rupf,
Pascal Schuchmann 
Segmentation of Human Motion Christian Mandery
Tamim Asfour
8 UStutt Karoline Binder,
Laura Niebling, 
Johannes Kuebler,
Thomas Obst
Biomechanics: optimal bike dimensions  S. Schmitt,
D. Häufle




Modalities

Students are required to

  • participate in the three seminar days
  • work in groups on one project for four weeks
  • create a wiki project report with a podcast video deadline: Saturday 21.06.2014

Evaluation at TUD

  • scoring based on scientific content (max. 10 points)
  • presentation style (max. 5 points)
  • innovation, own approach, own point of view (max. 2 bonus points)

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