This project started with a contribution to the IJCAI 2009 Robotics Exhibition and Workshop Multi-Robot Challenge by presenting our Master's theses, written at the Helsinki University of Technology. This first step consisted of a simulation and real robot implementation, both in multi-robot systems.
As robots a 'Society of Multiple Robots for Space' (SMURFS) based on the LEGO NXT Mindstorms will be used. The project consists of mainly two parts... more


Space Master Robotics Team @i-SAIRAS : #SMURFS Project
News Our paper got accepted for poster presentation during this year's i-SAIRAS conference in Sapporo, Japan!!
Posted by SMRT Jun 10, 2010
Milestone The Paper for the i-SAIRAS acceptance was sent!
Posted by SMRT May 5, 2010
Space Master Robotics Team @IJCAI 2009
News We are working on updating the robots and software for new cool things .. keep posted!
Posted by SMRT Nov 18, 2009
Milestone Paper for the IJCAI proceedings was finished and sent today!
Posted by SMRT Sep 18, 2009
News First picture:
Posted by SMRT Jun 24, 2009
News Flights for IJCAI 2009 are booked! Pasadena we are coming!
Posted by SMRT Jun 18, 2009
Milestone We got some funding for the IJCAI 2009, Workshop Multi-Robot Teaming!
Posted by SMRT Jun 12, 2009
News SMRT got accepted to this years IJCAI Workshop on Multi-Robot Teaming! Check-out our proposal!
Posted by SMRT May 7, 2009
SpaceMaster Robotics Team

SpaceMaster Robotics Team Members

SpaceMaster Robotics Team

A student team consisting of members formerly studying in the Joint European Master in Space Science & Technology (SpaceMaster) programme. It is currently spread all over Europe.

Juxi Leitner currently a Young Graduate Trainee at ESA's Advanced Concepts Team. He graduated from the Helsinki University of Technology and the Luleå Unversity of Technology in Space Robotics in 2009. He has been at the ISSL at the University of Tokyo, as well as at the VisLab at the Instituto Superior Técnico Lisbon for research stays. He received a BSc from the Technical University of Vienna in 2007. ...more

David Leal Martínez a graduate student currently at the Helsinki University of Technology where he is writing his MSc thesis on "Reconfigurable Robots". He got his Bachelor degree in Electronic Systems Engineering from ITESM in Monterrey, Mexico. ...more

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