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…

Tsinghua and University of Lincoln team wins robotics championship

Original article can be found online: http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/201908/19/WS5d5a40e1a310cf3e355668b4.html?from=timeline The robotics team consisting of four students from Tsinghua University and one from the University of Lincoln has won the first prize in the first International Competition for Autonomous Running Intelligent Robots held over the weekend in Beijing. The team has also been awarded $10,000 for their performance…

University of Lincoln Awarded EPSRC funding to Improve Equality, Diversity and Inclusion within the Research Sector

The University of Lincoln has been awarded £509,901 funding by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to improve equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) within engineering and physical sciences. The project forms part of a broader programme of eleven projects within EPSRC’s Inclusion Matters initiative, launched as part of the collective approach by UK…

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