Vladimir Petrik

Vladimír Petrík

  • Prague, Czech Republic
  • vladimir.petrik@cvut.cz
  • +420 737 980 625

Publications

Journals, 2017

Vladimír Petrík, Vladimír Smutný, Pavel Krsek, and Václav Hlaváč. Single arm robotic garment folding path generation Advanced Robotics, 2017. [pdf] [video] [www] This [pdf] is a preprint of an article whose final and definitive form has been published in ADVANCED ROBOTICS 2017, copyright Taylor & Francis and Robotics Society of Japan, is available online at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01691864.2017.1367325.

2016

Andreas Doumanoglou, Jan Stria, Georgia Peleka, Ioannis Mariolis, Vladimír Petrík, Andreas Kargakos, Libor Wagner, Václav Hlaváč, Tae-Kyun Kim, and Sotiris Malas- siotis. Folding clothes autonomously: A complete pipeline. IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 2016. [pdf] [www]

Conferences, 2017

Jan Stria, Vladimír Petrík, and Václav Hlaváč. Model-free Approach to Garments Unfolding Based on Detection of Folded Layers. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), pages 3274–3280, Vancouver, 2017. [pdf] [video]

2016

Vladimír Petrík, Vladimír Smutný, Pavel Krsek, and Václav Hlaváč. Accuracy of Robotic Elastic Object Manipulation as a Function of Material Properties. In Int. Workshop on Modelling and Simulation for Autonomous Systems (MESAS), pages 384–395, Rome, 2016. [pdf] [www]

Vladimír Petrík, Vladimír Smutný, Pavel Krsek, and Václav Hlaváč. Physics-Based Model of Rectangular Garment for Robotic Folding. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), pages 951–956, Daejeon, 2016. [pdf] [www]

2015

Vladimír Petrík, Vladimír Smutný, Pavel Krsek, and Václav Hlaváč. Robotic Garment Folding: Precision Improvement and Workspace Enlargement. In Annu. Conf. Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS), pages 204–215, Liverpool, 2015. [pdf] [www]

2014

J. Stria, D. Průša, V. Hlaváč, L. Wagner, V. Petrík, P. Krsek, and V. Smutný. Garment perception and its folding using a dual-arm robot. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), pages 61–67, Chicago, Illinois, 2014. [pdf] [www]

2012

V. Vonásek, M. Kulich, T. Krajník, M. Saska, D. Fišer, V. Petrík, and L. Přeučil. Techniques for Modeling Simulation Environments for Modular Robotics. In Proc. Int. Conf. on Mathematical Modelling, pages 1–6, Vienna, 2012

List of all publications: [pdf], [Google Scholar]

Projects

2017 - now
[pending]

IMPACT - Intelligent Machine Perception Project. IMPACT webpage.
Czech Technical University in Prague

2016 - 2017

RadioRoSo ECHORD++ - Radioactive Waste Robotic Sorter. RadioRoSo webpage.
Czech Technical University in Prague

2012 - 2015

CloPeMa EU-FP7 - Clothes Perception and Manipulation. CloPeMa webpage.
Czech Technical University in Prague

2013 - now
[pending]

Alpaca Robotic Team. Alpaca webpage.
One of the founders of the robotic team. Student Club Silicon Hill, Prague.

Education

2014 - now
[pending]

Ph.D. Student in Artificial Intelligence and Biocybernetics, Czech Technical University in Prague
Thesis topic: `Dual arm robotics manipulation with a soft materials' supervised by prof. Ing. Václav Hlaváč, CSc. Ph.D. thesis proposal: [pdf]

2012 - 2014

Master in Cybernetics and Robotics, Czech Technical University in Prague
Thesis topic: `Multi-Vehicle SLAM using Random Finite Set Theory' supervised by RNDr. Miroslav Kulich, Ph.D. Dean's Prize for Outstanding Master's Thesis. [pdf]

July 2013

Summer School in Edinburgh
First International Summer School, Finite Set Statistics at Heriot-Watt University

2009 - 2012

Bachelor of Cybernetics and Robotics, Czech Technical University
Thesis topic: `Spatial Models in Mobile Robotics' supervised by Ing. Tomáš Krajník, Ph.D. Results of the thesis were used in the project FET EU SYMBRION.

2005-2009

The Secondary Technical School of Jozef Murgaš Banská Bystrica
Final thesis topic: `Controlling of the Robotic Arm LynxArm 5' supervised by Ing. Tatiana Vráblová. Thesis won the national round of `Secondary School Professional Activity' competition in field `12 - Microprocessor, computing and telecommunication technology'