Monthly Archives: November 2006

Nanotechnology at the local grocery store

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IUB Robotics going down…

…underwater. The name of their robot is really cool. And it’s yet another robot with a RoboCube inside.

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Jacobs Foundation gives €200M grant to IUB

The Jacobs foundation will fund my previous employer, the International University Bremen with a €200M grant over the next years. IUB will change its name to Jacobs University Bremen. This makes it highly likely that IUB (now JUB) will be … Continue reading

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Expo2000 Robots revived

A couple of months ago, I received one of the Robots of the Expo2000 project by BBM and the ZKM. With the help of Heinz Huber from Fraunhofer IML, we were able to revive it. Andreas Kemnade installed an updated … Continue reading

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Mobile Phone Robocup Rescue Software released

Nils released our MobileResQ software today. It consists of a java-based mobile phone client (should work on all MIDP2.0 / CLDC1.0 phones with Bluetooth and JSR82 Java bluetooth interface) and a java-based server that can run on any java-enabled internet … Continue reading

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