PhD Computer Science
Northeastern University, Boston
ulrich.viereck (at) gmail (dot) com
Research Interests: Machine learning, deep learning, robotic manipulation, perception, planning and control
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11/14/2021: I published and presented our work "Learning Visual Servo Policies via Planner Cloning" at the 17th International Symposium on Experimental Robotics, Malta (ISER2020, paper, slides).
07/13/2020: I presented our work "Learning Visual Servo Policies via Planner Cloning" (abstract, video) at RSS workshop Visual Learning and Reasoning for Robotic Manipulation.
05/01/2020: I graduated with a PhD in Computer Science at Northeastern University.
12/10/2018: I defended my thesis proposal. You can find more details including the thesis proposal here.
11/05/2018: We published and presented our paper "Adapting control policies from simulation to reality using a pairwise loss" at the 2018 International Symposium on Experimental Robotics (ISER) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
11/13/2017: We published and presented our paper "Learning a visuomotor controller for robotic grasping using simulated depth images" as a long talk at the 1st Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL) in Mountain View, CA. You can watch the talk here.
09/27/2017: I presented our work "Learning a visuomotor controller for grasping using simulated depth images" at IROS in Vancouver.