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June 3rd, 2021      
Time (PDT) Speaker Organization Title
  Session One:    
18:00 - 18:05     Welcome
18:05 - 18:50 Patrick Wensing University of Notre Dame It All Matters: Considerations Across Design and Control for Contact-Savvy Robots
18:50 - 19:30 JIA Yan-Bin Iowa State University Targeted Batting of In-flight Objects by a Robotic Arm
  Session Two:    
Time Speaker Organization Title
19:30 - 20:15 Dragomir Nenchev
(Yoshikazu Kanamiya)
Kaishi Professional University Emergent Humanoid Robot Motion Synergies
Derived from the Momentum Equilibrium Principle and the Distribution of Momentum
20:15 - 20:55 Mehdi Benallegue AIST, Tsukuba Japan The three laws of robotics subjected to unexpected external forces:
estimation, rejection, and performance
20:55 - 21:05 Ruoyu Xu AIRs, CUHK, Shenzhen Teaser Session: A Predictive Control Framework for Manipulator on a Disturbed Sea-Born Platform
  Session Three:    
Time Speaker Organization Title
22:20 - 22:50 REN Zeyu Rokae R&D Center Design of an Efficient 3-DoF Leg with Series-Parallel and Biarticular Compliant Actuation
22:50 - 23:00 Richard Hartisch Fraunhofer IPK Teaser Session: Co-design of Environmental Compliance for High-speed Contact Tasks
23:00 - 23:40 Yuquan WANG CNRS-UM, LIRMM Impact-Aware Task-Space Quadratic Programming Control
23:40 - 00:20 Alessandro Saccon Eindhoven University of Technology Reference Spreading Control and Sensitivity Analysis
About Robot Trajectories with Simultaneous Impacts
  June 4th, 2021    
Time Speaker Organization Title
00:20 - 00:30 Niels Dehio CNRS-UM, LIRMM Teaser Session: Intentionally Impacting Deformable Material
  Session Four:    
Time Speaker Organization Title
00:30 - 01:15 Aude Billard EPFL Machine learning and dynamical systems for adaptive manipulation in humanoid robots
01:15 - 02:00 Roy Featherstone Italian Institute of Technology High Performance Balancing on a Narrow Support
02:00 Abderrahmane Kheddar CNRS-UM, LIRMM Summary, Remarks, and Discussions