Cognition Robotics and Learning Lab

Vision
Research in the Cognition, Robotics, and Learning (CORAL) lab seeks to understand how artificial systems can acquire grounded knowledge from sensori-motor interaction with their environment that enables cognitive activities like natural language communication and planning.

The CoRal Lab is the research group of Dr. Tim Oates.





  • Dr. Tim Oates promoted to Full Professor April 24 - Our principal investigator - Dr. Tim "best advisor ever" Oates - has been promoted to full professor. Congratulations!
    Posted Apr 26, 2012, 7:05 AM by Web Editor
  • Shamit Patel successfully defends M.S. thesis April 23 - My goal is to develop a working theory of the learning rule for dendritic integration, and to then implement a pattern recognition system based on that learning algorithm so that the algorithm can be evaluated for its generalization ability. Read more about Shamit's research.
    Posted Apr 23, 2012, 7:20 PM by Web Editor
  • Patricia Ordóñez successfully defends Ph.D. dissertation March 29th - Congratulations to Patricia Ordóñez Rozo for successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis on Multivariate Time-Series Analysis of Physiological and Clinical Data. Read more about Patti's research.
    Posted Apr 2, 2012, 5:59 AM by Web Editor
  • Niels Kasch successfully defends Ph.D. dissertation March 9th - Congratulations to Niels Kasch for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis on Mining Commonsense Knowledge from the Web: Towards Inducing Script-like Structures From Large-scale Text Sources. Read more about Niels' research.
    Posted Apr 2, 2012, 5:54 AM by Web Editor
  • A work in progress The CoRal lab is currently in the process of updating its web presence.
    Posted Mar 2, 2012, 9:03 PM by Niels Kasch
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