The overarching objective of the CogIMon project is to advance key technologies that lead to a step-change in cognitive compliant interaction in human-robot teams, integrating physical human-robot interaction, visually guided manipulation and safety integrated design in a systematic way. Research in the CogIMon project is organized in the following six work packages:

Mechatronics and Impedance Control - Work Package 1

Leading Institute: Italian Institute of Technology

Contact Person: Darwin Caldwell

Model Driven Systems Engineering - Work Package 2

Leading Institute: Bielefeld University

Contact Person: Sebastian Wrede

Sensorimotor Interaction Control - Work Package 3

Leading Institute: Fondazione Santa Lucia

Contact Person: Andrea d'Avella

Force and Impedance Primitives - Work Package 4

Leading Institute: Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne

Contact Person: Auke Ijspeert

Cognitive Aspects of Motion - Work Package 5

Leading Institute: Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen

Contact Person: Martin Giese

Real World Experimentation - Work Package 6

Leading Institute: Bielefeld University

Contact Person: Felix Reinhart