|e-Mail:||jfelip AT uji.es|
|Lab:||TI-2113-DL, Robotic Intelligence Laboratory, Universitat Jaume I|
|Address:||Avda. Vicente Sos Baynat s/n, E-12071, Castelló, Spain|
|Lab tel:||+34 964 728 294|
|Office tel:||+34 964 728 299|
Javier Felip was born in 1983 in Castellón de la Plana. He holds a M.Sc in Intelligent Systems at Universitat Jaume I (September 2011) a B.S. in Computer Science at Universitat Jaume I (October 2007) and a degree in "Technical Engineering in Computer Systems" also at Universitat Jaume I (June 2004). Nowadays Javier is pursuing his PhD at the Robotic Intelligence Lab.
Javier was working with the UJI vision group in depth estimation with stereo-foveated images for six months(11-06/05-07). In June 2007, he started to work with the UJI Robotic Intelligence Lab. Since then, Javier has participated in the following research projects:
- GUARDIANS: Group Of Unmanned Assistant Robots Deployed In Aggregative Navigation Supported By Scent Detection.
- EYESHOTS: Heterogeneous 3D Perception Across Visual Fragments
- GRASP: Emergence Of Cognitive Grasping Through Introspection, Emulation And Surprise.
He has won three times the Spanish humanoid competiton CEABOT (2007, 2008 and 2009).
- Robotic manipulation
- Dual arm
- Contact based reactions
- Vision for manipulation
- Sensor fusion
- Action abstraction and representation
- Contact events