Led by Vincent Berenz, this training is the second offering of an introduction to to colcon, pybind11, and treep.
The following advertisement is part of a series of trainings offered at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems.
The trainings are open to all IMPRS-IS scholars, as well as associated students, faculty, or MPI-IS community members.
Management of robotics projects - Part II
Date: Friday, July 21
Start time: 14:00
Trainer: Vincent Berenz
Description: Robotics typically requires many inter-dependent git repos, and the mix of C++ and python programs. This would be an introduction to colcon, pybind11 and treep.
Trainings are generally held over WebEx, but may also be offered in person based on trainer preferences.
To Participate in this Workshop
Please email Vincent Berenz (email@example.com) to express your interest in joining.
More About our Trainer
Vincent Berenz obtained a master's degree in chemical engineering from Ecole Superieure de Chimie Organique et Minerale (France). He also holds a master of business engineering in bioinformatics from Ecole de Biologie Industrielle (France). He worked four years in the field of drug discovery and chemoinformatics, first at CEREP, USA; then at Pharmadesign, Japan. In 2012 he completed his PhD in intelligent interactions technologies from the University of Tsukuba (Japan) and subsequently conducted postdoctoral research at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute/Toyota Collaborative Center (Japan). Since 2015, he is software engineer at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (initially in the Autonomous Motion Department and currently at the Empirical Inference Department).
Access to Past Sessions
Recordings of past sessions are also available online. Find lecture recordings and presentation slides covering a variety of scientific topics, such as software tutorials for Python, Django, and Apptainer, here: https://owncloud.tuebingen.mpg.de/index.php/s/CNFA32EEY2eNNaE
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