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(Semi-)Automation of Robots in Challenging Environments

The Robotics for Extreme Environments Group invites applications for a PhD studentship to develop (semi-)autonomous control of manipulator robots in challenging environments. Read more

Star Formation Triggered by Colliding Interstellar Clouds

CONTEXT. Much of the interstellar gas in a galaxy like the Milky Way is in dense molecular clouds. When these clouds enter a spiral arm, they merge to form larger clouds, and are compressed to higher densities. Read more

Locomotion and navigation strategies for quadrupedal robots

Robotic systems can be used in remote or hazardous environments to perform tasks that would be harmful for human beings. Several modes of locomotion are available, but the majority of surface-based robots use either wheels or legs. Read more

Objective gait assessment with wearable sensors for clinical application in Parkinson’s disease: From validation to prediction of falls (Ref: RDFC24/HLS/SER/VITORIO)

Gait impairments are common in Parkinson’s disease (PD) and increase the risk of falling. PD-related gait impairments are characterized by reduced speed, shortened and variable steps, reduced arm swing, freezing of gait episodes and difficulties in avoiding obstacles (e.g., curb, uneven terrain). Read more
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Novel Side Channels across Boundaries: Attacks and Defences

Novel Side Channels across Boundaries. Attacks and Defences. In a side channel, sensitive information leaks accidentally via some medium or mechanism that was not designed or intended for communication. Read more

Wearable cerebral blood flow monitoring using speckle contrast optical tomography (SCOT) in the infant brain.

Cerebral injuries are the leading cause of neonatal mortality and life-long morbidities. The conditions that lead to brain injury include hypoxia-ischemia, stroke, intracranial haemorrhage, and preterm birth and monitoring cerebral blood flow (CBF) plays a leading role in diagnosing cerebral injury. Read more

Intelligent microsystems – Micro-sensors with in-sensor computing capabilities

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Robotics
In the era of Internet-of-Things (IoT), there will be an astronomical amount of data generated from numerous sensors worldwide. It is extremely insecure, power-inefficient, and time-consuming to transfer all the data between sensor nodes and computing units frequently. Read more

Autonomous Reconfiguration, Deployment, and Management of Self-Aware Modular Space Robots

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Robotics
Modular and dynamically reconfigurable space hardware systems are a high priority for research and development as they can significantly decrease development costs, facilitate multiple payloads, and enable indefinite lifetime extension for space missions. Read more

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