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Lincoln computer science research papers accepted

Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems (L-CAS) submitted research papers to SAC 2017 and HRI 2017, and have been accepted. The first paper to be presented at SAC 2017 is joint work with Dr Marc Hanheide‘s PhD student Peter Lightbody and Dr Tomas Krajnik on “A Versatile High-Performance Visual Fiducial Marker Detection System with Scalable Identity...

Student presents robotics research at international conference

A PhD student from the School of Computer Science was invited to present his research at one of the world’s most important conferences on human-robot interaction. Christian Dondrup was just one of two students chosen to give a presentation at the prestigious HRI Pioneers workshop at the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot...

Funded PhD Position – Cognitive Robotics

Using robots to understand animal social cognition: We are offering a funded PhD position for an enthusiastic and highly-motivated student to join a thriving and dynamic research environment, and benefit from close associations with both the School of Life Sciences and the School of Computer Science. The aim of this project...