09:00 - 17:00 | Sun 18 Aug | Yeung, LT-16 | SuD2
The control of underwater and marine robotics workshop is a multi-disciplinary session that aims to present recent advancement of control approaches and applications in the context of underwater and marine robotics. In the last few decades, there has been an emerging emphasis of utilizing autonomous marine robotics to explore and exploit the oceans at an unprecedented spatial and temporal scale. Motivated by the increasing attention, this invited session aims to report recent achievements and identify potential in underwater marine robotics research. We have invited researchers and industrial practioners from different backgrounds to share insights on recent achievements in related topics. We envision the session to be of interest to audiences from a broad background, such as robotics, control theory, computer science, ocean science, etc. We believe the topic of this session fits the general goal of CCTA, and will be very much appealing to the general public of the conference.
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