Our research revolves around Cooperative Robotics, with novel techniques and knowledge developed through theoretical and fundamental research in several control-related research areas including human-centered control, networked control and data-driven control. In parallel, research and developments of bio-inspired design seek existing control solutions in biological systems using data-driven approaches to improve fundamentals of robotics technologies.
Research into how new control algorithms can be developed by blending control theoretical concepts and Gaussian Processes.
Research into how control algorithms can contribute to the performance of communication systems.
Research into modeling human behavior for control applications.
Research into how biological systems can contribute to new advances in robotics.
Research and development for multi-robot and human-robot interaction applications