Auke Ijspeert

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Full Professor
PhD (University of Edinburgh, 1999)

auke.ijspeert@epfl.ch +41 21 69 32658 http://biorob.epfl.ch

EPFL STI IBI-STI BIOROB
MED 1 1226 (Bâtiment MED)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL STI IGM-GE
MED 1 1226 (Bâtiment MED)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL SV SSV-GE
MED 1 1226 (Bâtiment MED)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL STI SMT-GE
MED 1 1226 (Bâtiment MED)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

Unit: SGM-ENS

EPFL E EDRS-GE
MED 1 1226 (Bâtiment MED)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Locomotion, Robotics, Computational neuroscience, Machine learning, Nonlinear dynamical systems

Publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

  • Life Sciences Engineering,
  • Microengineering
    Mechanical Engineering

PhD Programs

  • Doctoral program in computer and communication sciences
  • Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering
  • Doctoral Program in Neuroscience
  • Doctoral Program in Biotechnology and Bioengineering
  • Doctoral program in robotics, control, and intelligent systems
  • Doctoral Program in Mechanics

PhD Students

Courses

State-of-the-Art Topics in Neuroscience VI (2018)

The goal of the course is to increase the knowledge in the fields of motor control and neurorobotics. The students will acquire knowledge about state-of-the-art discoveries in motor control in biological and artificial/robotic systems. goto


Analysis and modelling of locomotion

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Computational motor control

The course gives (1) a review of different types of numerical models of control of locomotion and movement in animals, (2) a presentation of different techniques for designing models, and (3) an analysis of the use and testing of those models in robotics ... goto


Topics in Autonomous Robotics

Students will be introduced to modern approaches in control and design of autonomous robots through lectures and exercises. goto


Legged robots

The course presents the design, control, and applications of legged robots. It gives a review of different types of legged robots (including two-, four- and multi-legged robots), and an in-depth analysis of different control methods for legged locomotion.... goto