Robot Soccer
The Learning Agents Research Group (LARG) uses robot soccer extensively as a testbed domain for multiagent systems, machine learning, robotics, and autonomous agents. We compete regularly in the annual RoboCup robot soccer competitions. Some of our research uses real robots, and some is in simulation.
Samuel Barrett Ph.D. Student sbarrett [at] cs utexas edu
Todd Hester Postdoctoral Alumni todd [at] cs utexas edu
Michael Quinlan Formerly affiliated Research Scientist mquinlan [at] cs utexas edu
Peter Stone Faculty pstone [at] cs utexas edu
The RoboCup 2014 SPL Drop-in Player Competition: Encouraging Teamwork without Pre-coordination 2015
Katie Genter, Tim Laue, and Peter Stone, In Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS-15), Istanbul, Turkey, May 2015.
Video: RoboCup Robot Soccer History 1997 - 2011 2012
Manuela Veloso and Peter Stone, In Proceedings of IROS 2012-IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2012) 2012. Available from
Learning Powerful Kicks on the Aibo ERS-7: The Quest for a Striker 2010
Matthew Hausknecht and Peter Stone, In Robocup International Symposium 2010.
Optimizing Interdependent Skills for Simulated 3D Humanoid Robot Soccer 2010
Daniel Urieli, Patrick MacAlpine, Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Yinon Bentor, and Peter Stone, In The Fifth Workshop on Humanoid Soccer Robots at Humanoids 2010, Nashville, TN 2010.
The Champion UT Austin Villa 2003 Simulator Online Coach Team 2004
Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone, and Justin Lallinger, In RoboCup-2003: Robot Soccer World Cup VII 2004.