EASE is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Bremen that investigates
everyday activity science & engineering. Its core purpose is to advance our understanding
of how human-scale manipulation tasks can be mastered by robotic agents. To achieve this,
EASE establishes the research area “Everyday Activity Science and Engineering” and
creates a research community that conducts open research, open training, open data, and
EASE is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Bremen that investigates everyday activity science & engineering. The core objective is to facilitate the development of robots that can perform complex tasks autonomously.
Everyday Activity Science and Engineering (EASE) is the study of the design, realization, and analysis of information processing models that enable robotic agents – and humans – to master complex manipulation tasks that are mundane and routine, but complex.
We bring together researchers in the fields of artificial intelligence, robotics and cognitive science to allow the synergistic combination and integration of the contributing areas. EASE generates open-source software as well as open knowledge and data.
Challenges & Milestones
Follow the progress of our research activities in this overview – and see which milestones have been achieved and lie ahead.
“How can people perform the appropriate actions with the appropriate objects in the appropriate ways when given an underspecified task such as “clean up”?
EASE Research programme
- 05. December 2018
Talk by Robert Ross
- 16. November 2018
RTL Nord TV team at our lab
- 8. October 2018
IROS 2018 workshops on Latest Advances in Big Activity Data Sources for Robotics & New Challenges
Are you interested to be a part of the EASE team? Do you want to develop the next level of cognitive robots mastering everyday activities? We present our job opportunities on our career webpage.