Regular Research Seminar Series on Frontiers of Robotics Research

Regular Research Seminar Series on Frontiers of Robotics Research

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…

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University of Lincoln’s Robotic Fruit Picking Project Featured As Part of UK’s Industrial Strategy Plan

University of Lincoln’s Robotic Fruit Picking Project Featured As Part of UK’s Industrial Strategy Plan

A fruit picking project, nicknamed ‘RAS-Berry’ has seen a collaboration between scientists at the University of Lincoln, SAGA Robotics and Berry Gardens Growers Ltd to create the next generation of fruit-picking robots. One of the largest projects of its kind in the EU, the aim is to relieve agricultural workers from heavy lifting work and …

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Research Seminar by Dr Gionata Salvietti “Transferring human hand skills to robotic hands”

Research Seminar by Dr Gionata Salvietti “Transferring human hand skills to robotic hands”

When: Monday 10th December, 13:00 – 14:00 Where: ATB2203, Alfred Tennyson Building (previously MHT) Transferring human hand skills to robotic hands Abstract This is an exciting and pivotal moment in the history of robotics. As the gap between theoretic…

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SoCS Seminar Series: Task Planning for Long-Term Autonomy in Mobile Service Robots

SoCS Seminar Series: Task Planning for Long-Term Autonomy in Mobile Service Robots

The Lincoln School of Computer Science and the Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems are excited to host Prof Nick Hawes (University of Oxford, Oxford Robotics Institute) in their research seminar series: Task Planning for Long-Term Autonomy in Mobile …

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£4.78m to Advance Agritech Innovation

£4.78m to Advance Agritech Innovation

Agritech innovation has been given a funding boost of £4.78 million to turn cutting-edge research into commercially attractive technology. The fund will be delivered by the newly formed Ceres Agritech Knowledge Exchange Partnership, which aims to pool the research expertise of five universities and three agricultural research centres with support and expertise of commercial partners.

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