IFROS Master’s Students Attend Fascinating Talks on Terrestrial Robotics

The second cohort of IFROS Master’s students at UNIZG recently had the opportunity to attend a series of captivating lectures presented by researchers from Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), , held on January 18th and 19th. This event provided valuable exposure to the field of terrestrial robotics, further enriching their academic experience.


The guest speakers included:

Nelli Nyisztor, a Ph.D. student at ELTE and researcher at Bosch Hungary, specializing in visual sensors and sensor fusion. Her presentation titled “Explore the Fundamentals, Variations, and Applications of Neural Radiance Fields (NeRF)” offered an introductory exploration of this innovative approach. Ms. Nyisztor delved into the core principles and potential of NeRF, showcasing how it is shaping the future of 3D scene and object representation.

Dániel Horváth, a research associate at ELTE, presented a lecture titled “Attaining Sufficient Scale and Robustness in Robotics.” Mr. Horváth emphasized the importance of scalability and robustness for seamless robot integration in both industrial environments and everyday life. His talk addressed three key components – transfer, curriculum, and reinforcement learning – using research projects from these domains as illustrations.



Following the presentations, attendees actively participated in discussions, exploring potential connections between the research projects pursued at the two universities. This fruitful exchange opened doors for future collaborative opportunities across various research topics.


This event exemplifies IFROS’ commitment to providing students with a well-rounded educational experience. By fostering collaboration and exposure to cutting-edge research in terrestrial robotics, IFROS equips its graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in this dynamic field.

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