1. Bhat. A, Mohan, V. (2015) How iCub learns to imitate use of a new tool quickly  recycling the past knowledge of Drawing, 4th International Conference on on Biomimetic and Biohybrid systems, Living Machines 2015, Barcelona, Spain, July 28 - 31, 2015.

  2. Bhat,A., Mohan, V., Morasso,P. Sandini,G. (2014). ‘’Connecting experiences’’: A biologically inspired episodic memory for developmental robots. 4TH IEEE ICDL-EpiRob, Genova, Italy.

  3. Cotugngo G, Mohan V, Nanayakkara, T, Althofer K. (2014). Simplifying Grasping Complexity through Generalization of Kinaesthetically Learned Synergies. IEEE-ICRA 2014, Hong Kong.

  4. Mohan V, Sandini G, Morasso P (2013) On the interplay between "learning, memory, prospection and abstraction" in cumulatively learning baby humanoids. Proceedings IEEE 2013 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, (IJCNN 2014), Dallas aug. 4-9.

  5. Morasso P,  Rea F,  Mohan V (2013) A biomimetic framework for coordinating and controlling whole body movements in humanoid robots. IEEE EMBC2013, Osaka July 3-7, pp. 5307-5310.

  6. Zenzeri J, Mohan V, De Santis D, Morasso P (2012) The essence of being alive is having the freedom to choose ones' Compliance': a humanoid perspective to understand 'tool use' in humans . The Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science, Kaliningrad, Russia, June 19-23

  7. Mohan V, Morasso P (2012) How Past Experience, Imitation and Practice Can Be Combined to Swiftly Learn to Use Novel “Tools”: Insights from Skill Learning Experiments with Baby Humanoids. Living Machines 2012: International conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid systems. Barcelona, Spain  pp: 1-12.

  8. De Santis, D.; Zenzeri, J.; Mohan, V.; Morasso, P. (2012) Solving motor redundancy in the brain: a biomimetic model for action generation and mental simulation. Third National congress of Bioengineering, Italy.

  9. Mohan V, Morasso P, Metta G (2011) What does learning to ‘draw a circle’ have to do with driving, cycling, unwinding and screwing? IEEE Intl CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING, AND EPIGENETIC ROBOTICS (IEEE ICDL-EPIROB 2011) Frankfurt am Main, Germany, August 24—27, 2011.

  10. Mohan V, Zenzeri J, Metta G, Morasso P, Sandini G (2010)  Learning to draw after observing a teacher: iCub’s scribbles and shapes. Proceed. of the 9th Annual Symp on Advances in Computational Motor Control (E. Todorov editor) San Diego Calif, November 12, 2010.

  11. Mohan V, Morasso P, Metta G (2010) Teaching Humanoids to Imitate ‘Shapes’ of Movements.  Proceedings of 20th International conference on Artificial neural networks ICANN 2010, Springer Academic Publishers. Thessaloniki, Greece, September 15-18.. 

  12. Mohan V, Morasso P, Metta G, Zenzeri J, Sandini G (2010) Teaching baby humanoid iCub to write iCub and beyond. Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science, pp. 1-3, Tomsk , Russia, June 22-26, 2010.

  13. Zenzeri J, Mohan V, Morasso P (2010) Modeling handwriting: from critical points to shapes. IMEKO ISHF2010, Prague, June 14-16, 2010.

  14. Metta,G; Mohan, V; Morasso, P;Zenzeri, J. (2009) In humanoid robots, as in humans, bipedal standing should come before bipedal walking. 9th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots, December 7-10 , Paris, France.

  15. Mohan V, Metta G, Morasso P, Zenzeri J,  (2009) Composing and Coordinating body models of arbitrary connectivity and redundancy: A Biomimetic, field computing approach. IROS'2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), October 11 to 15, 2009 at St. Louis, MO, USA, pp. 3537-35.

  16. Mohan, V.; Morasso, P.; Metta, G.; Zenzeri, J. (2009) Equilibrium Point Hypothesis Revisited: Advances in the computational framework of Passive Motion Paradigm. Advances in Computational Motor Control 2009,  Symposium at the Society for Neuroscience Meeting , October 16, Chicago.

  17. Zenzeri J, Mohan V, Morasso P (2009) Coordination of focal arm movements and postural stabilization in whole body reaching: a computational model. XIX IMEKO World Congress, September 6-11, 2009, Lisbon, Portugal.

  18. Zenzeri J, Mohan V, Morasso P.  Preserving  postural stability while reaching beyond arm's length. ISPGR XIX Conference, June 21-25 2009, Bologna.

  19. Mohan V, Morasso P (2008) Reaching Extended’: Using computational force fields for Real and Mental Action Generation in Cognitive Robots. Proceed. of the third Intl Conf on Cognitive Science.  June 20-25, Moscow, Russia.

  20. Morasso, P.; Casadio, M.; Masia, L.; Metta, G.; Mohan, V.; Sandini, G.; Sanguineti, V.; Squeri, V. (2008). Bimanual interactions in humans and humanoid robots. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems. Nice, France.

  21. Mohan V, Morasso P (2007) Neural Network of a Cognitive Crow: An interacting map based architecture.  Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO) Boston, Mass., USA, July 9-11, 2007. 

  22. Mohan V, Morasso P (2006) A Forward / Inverse Motor Controller for Cognitive Robotics.  Int Conf on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN 06), 10-14 September 2006, Athens, Greece.

  23. Mohan,V. (2006). Dynamic Charge Recovery Logic, Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Low Power High Speed Chip design, April 21-24,Yokohama, Japan.

  24. Mohan,V., Joshi, Y.V, Anand, I. (2004). Studies on an Electronic analog of a Recurrent Neural Network with retrieval Phase weight adaptations, Proceedings of Joint IInd Intl.Conf. On soft computing and Intelligent Informatics, Sept 21-24 2004, Yokohama, Japan.

  25. Mohan,V., Udayshankar,M., Chakravarthy,V.S. (2003). Inevitable Energy Costs of Storage Capacity Enhancement in an Oscillatory Neural Network,” Proceedings of  46th IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, December 26-30 2003,Cairo.

  26. Mohan,V., Kumar.A., Manmohan, V., Udayshankar,M., Chakravarthy, V.S. (2002). Link between Energy and Computation in a Physical Model of Hopfield Network, 9th International Conference on Neural Information processing, 18-22.










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