In this research area we are dedicated to the exploration of robotics, covering different areas of science and art. We seek the creation of intelligent systems to enable robots reasoning about their environment, solving complex problems to interact better with it. In particular, we provide humanoid robots with skills to demonstrate interactions.

CORE challenges preconceived ideas about robotics developing transdisciplinary projects ranging from artistic performances with humans and robots, to international soccer tournaments between autonomous robots, looking out to take the research in robotics to new horizons.

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Implementation of algorithms

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Development of a program that allows NAO® robots play soccer autonomously as well as recognition and object tracking in real time and routine implementation to improve human-robot interaction.

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Communication models

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Communication through infrared sensors and control of the NAO® robot via joystick.

 

MEMBERS

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Carlos Eduardo Solano Abarca

Electrical Engineering Student

Daniel Piedra Pérez

Electrical Engineering Student

David Cubero Morera

Electrical Engineering Student

Graciela López Campos

Electrical Engineering Student

Jannacy Montoya González

Electrical Engineering Student

Javier Rodríguez Rojas

Electrical Engineering Student

Jorge Muñoz Taylor

Electrical Engineering Student

Jose Ricardo Soro Jara

Electrical Engineering Student / CORE Coordinator

Jose Pablo Ávila López

Electrical Engineering Student

Joselyn Rodríguez González

Software Engineering Student

Juan José Madrigal Vargas

Electrical Engineering Student

Lennon Núñez Meoño

Electrical Engineering Student

Leonel Sánchez Lizano

Electrical Engineering Student

Marcos Jiménez Mata

Electrical Engineering Student

María José Montero Sánchez

Tropical Biology Student

Ramón Chacón Madrigal

Electrical Engineering Student

Raúl Fuentes Duque

Electrical Engineering Student