October 14-15, 2019
Lehigh University | Bethlehem, PA

This workshop will offer a series of presentations on emerging directions within intersection of robotics, deep and reinforcement learning, control systems, and operational research. The primary objective of this event is to facilitate interactions between researchers from different disciplines interested in designing and implementing the envisioned autonomous robots, inspiring the research community to pursue new interdisciplinary directions in robotics, controls, and machine learning.

More on the workshop @ go.lehigh.edu/RobotLearning

The workshop program features:
  • Invited talks from 16 speakers from academic, institutes and industry affiliations
  • A poster session, open to all attendees, to share efforts among a community of complementary research interests
  • Travel grantsavailable

The National Science Foundation’s TRIPODS+X program seeks to foster relationships between researchers in science & engineering domains and foundational data scientists. Lehigh’s Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation (I-DISC) is hosting a set of specialized workshops on the topic of machine learning as it applies to a variety of emerging applications and academic pursuits. Visit wordpress.lehigh.edu/indisc for news about upcoming topics and workshops.
Robot Learning Workshop 2019