Join L-CAS as a Research Intern Over the Summer of 2022

The LCAS team has announced they are recruiting for their Summer Research Internship programme! L-CAS is offering these research opportunities primarily to students of the University of Lincoln who are currently enrolled in one of the taught degree programmes.  The opportunity is a summer internship, working directly with one or more of their research team to…

Student Research: Including the Experiences of Physically Disabled Players in Mainstream Guidelines for Movement-Based Games

Congratulations to Liam Mason (PhD Student), on their @acm_chi  paper winning a best paper award!    Liam Mason, one of our PhD students from our School of Computer Science won the CHI best paper award. Well done Liam! We spoke to Liam, to get an insight into his best paper titled “Including the Experiences of Physically…

The Impact of Motion Scaling and Haptic Guidance on Operators’ Workload and Performance in Teleoperation

Congratulations to the LCAS team and the Intlab team for the publication of their paper “The Impact of Motion Scaling and Haptic Guidance on Operators’ Workload and Performance in Teleoperation“ within ACM CHI’22!     The L-CAS team, in collaboration with intLab at the University of Lincoln, is pleased to announce the publication of our paper on…

Research Seminar 30/1/2020: Game theory for self-driving cars

Our next SoCS research seminar takes place on Thu 30/1/2020 at 13:00, in room INB2102. This is part of this year’s “Frontiers in Research” seminar series. Title: Game theory for self-driving cars Speaker: Fanta Camara, University of Leeds, and Visiting researcher, University of Lincoln Date and time: Thursday 30th January 2020, 13:00-14:00 Venue: INB2012, Isaac…

SoCS Research Seminar (3/12/19): Robotic Perception for Agricultural Environments

You are invited to attend a research seminar by Cyrill Stachniss (University of Bonn, Germany), one of the world-leading experts in robotic perception, on “Robotic Perception for Agricultural Environments” as part of the School of Computer Science Research Seminar Series. When: 3/12/2019, 3-4PM Where: INB1103 Robotic Perception for Agricultural Environments Abstract Autonomous robots need the…

Professor Behind ‘Holy Grail’ Medical Imaging System for Cancer Patients Named Among Nation’s Lifesavers

A Distinguished Professor from The University of Lincoln has today been recognised for his exceptional contribution to keeping the nation healthy in a list of the Nations Lifesavers. Professor Nigel Allinson MBE from the School of Computer Science has been named amongst the top 100 individuals or groups based in universities whose work is saving…

Upcoming SoCS Research Seminars

In our regular research seminar series, we have two respected researchers presenting their work in the coming weeks. Date/Time Location Presenter(s) and Titles 27/02/2019 16:00 DCB0102 Gregory Sutton: High power insects: the biomechanics of jumping and striking 20/03/2019 16:30 DCB1102 (David Chiddick Building) Prof Janet Read: Agents, Apps and Attention: Breaking Design Rules in CCI (abstract and…

Lincoln to launch world’s first Centre for Doctoral Training in Agri-Food Robotics

A new advanced training centre in agri-food robotics will create the largest ever cohort of Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) specialists for the global food and farming sectors, thanks to a multi-million pound funding award, it was announced today (Monday 4th February 2019). The world’s first Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) for agri-food robotics is…

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