This semester, there is a new weekly research seminar series “Frontiers of Robotics Research” with both external and internal invited speakers taking place. It is jointly hosted by the new MSc programme in Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the School of Computer Science and the Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems.
Every week, on Thursdays at 1 pm, in room INB1102 (Isaac Newton Building, 1st floor), you have the opportunity to hear and learn about the latest developments in robotics research, from international experts in their field. While the seminar is delivered as part of the MSc curriculum (module CMP9766M “Frontiers in Robotics Research“), it is open to any undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as anyone with relevant research interests wishing to attend.
See the weekly program here.
We are kicking of this series with the first talk by Dr Jaime Pulido Fentanes on “Long-term Robot Deployments To Achieve Robot Autonomy In Everyday Environments“, covering robotics research from STRANDS project.
Date/Time: Thu 24/1/19, 1 pm