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The Computational Intelligence and Robotics (CIR) Lab was established in 2007. It is jointly supervised by Prof. Wei-Yen Wang, IEEE Fellow, Prof. Chen-Chien Hsu, IET Fellow, and Prof. Hsin-Han Chiang. Research areas of the CIR Lab include intelligent systems, neural networks, fuzzy systems, evolutionary computation, digital control systems, mobile robot navigation, and robot learning from demonstration (LfD) systems.

There are currently 31 members in the CIR Lab, including 1 postdoc researcher, 6 research assistants, 2 PhD students, 12 Master students, and 10 project students. Over the past years, the CIR Lab has excellent academic performances in terms of paper publications, patents, technology transfer, industry-academy cooperation projects, government-sponsored projects, as well as technological competitions.

Over the past three years, a total of 19 projects with research funding up to 1,059,700 USD have been awarded to Prof. Wang, Prof. Hsu, and Prof. Chiang to conduct robotic projects. Currently, the CIR Lab is focusing on the design and implementation of Robot Learning from Human Demonstration (LfD) system, which is jointly supported by National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) within the framework of the Higher Education Sprout Project by the Ministry of Education (MOE), Taiwan, and Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Taiwan, through Pervasive Artificial Intelligence Research (PAIR) Labs.

Over the past three years, detailed academic achievements of the CIR Lab over the last three years are listed below:
Research projects supported by MOST: 9
Industry-academy cooperation projects: 10
Total research funding: 1,059,700 USD
Patent granted: 4
Awards received by the CIR members: 22
Technology transfer: 1
Journal papers published: 13
International conference papers published: 25
Domestic conference papers published: 5

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2019/03/25 Led by Prof. Wei-Yen Wang, Prof. Chen-Chien Hsu, and Prof. Jacky Baltes, various awards were achieved with the students in the Iran FIRA RoboWorldCup Open 2019.
2019/03/21 An Intel FPGA & AIoT joint lab was established by Intel, Altera and NTNU, enhancing the developments of AI and IoT technologies.
2019/01/23 Invited by Prof. Wei-Yen Wang, Prof. Reinhard and Prof. Olivier Ly gave lectures about AI-simulated humanoid robots in NTNU.
2019/01/21 Developmental board training courses were provided by the supervisors from AVSdsp Corporation and CIR lab members.
2019/01/18 Launch party of the research achievements: the minimal type of AI-chip (AVS-AI860) and the AI verification developmental board for terminal products.

 


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