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Revision as of 11:18, 10 October 2014

Welcome to IRIDIA's wiki.
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Practicalities

Research

  • Robotics (S-Bots, E-pucks, Software, Links)
  • Publications (how to publish IRIDIA reports, digital libraries)

Infrastructure

Weekly meetings

Teaching

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Practicalities

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Hardware

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