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  Intelligent Human-Robot Collaboration for Smart Factory
  Dr Y Lu
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Recent advances in sensing, computational intelligence, and big data analytics have been rapidly transforming and revolutionizing the manufacturing industry towards robot-rich and digitally connected factories.
  Funded PhD position in variable autonomy Human-Robot systems in extreme environments
  Dr M Chiou, Prof R Stolkin
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Robotics systems used in time- and safety-critical domains (e.g. disaster response, nuclear decommissioning) are often remotely teleoperated, with little or no autonomy used to assist the human operator.
  Cognitive Robotics and Human Robot Interaction
  Prof A Cangelosi
Applications accepted all year round

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Research on cognitive robotics focuses on the design of intelligent behaviour and sensorimotor and cognitive skills in robots, by taking inspiration from human cognition (psychology) and brain mechanisms (neuroscience).
  A Neural Fuzzy Fusion Engine for Human-Machine Autonomous Systems
  Dr YK Wang
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Abstract. This project aims to develop an intelligent engine to adaptively fuse multiple trust-based information from various agents in human machine autonomous systems (HMAS).
  A new approach to modelling complex human/robot movement dynamics using techniques from machine learning
  Prof X Hong, Prof W Harwin, Prof R Mitchell
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Advances in sensing and communications have made it easy to obtain large sets of measurements about an entity, activity or event.
  Human-Robot Collaboration for manual intensive complex manufacturing processes
  Dr J Oyekan
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This research is to investigate strategies to achieve safe human-robot collaboration on manufacturing tasks such as composite layup of complex products.
  Hybrid description methods for human faces
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Prof J A Robinson
Applications accepted all year round

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The group has pioneered the application of conditional probability density estimation to describing human faces. Our methods allow a system to estimate the age, sex, race and facial expression of people in a real-time video sequence.
  Optimised acquisition and coding for future immersive formats based on deep scene analysis
  Prof D Bull, Prof I Gilchrist
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Background. The University of Bristol, through Bristol Vision Institute (BVI), is a world leader in vision science and vision engineering.
  Human Centric Lighting-based Machine Learning Systems for Adult Healthcare in Intelligent Buildings
  Dr R Gibson, Dr R Roberto Ramirez-Iniguez, Dr S Sinanovic
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SCEBE-19-016. The aim of this project is the development of a novel machine learning-based optical IPS system for adult healthcare in intelligent buildings.
  Design and control of magnetic soft robot for surgical applications
  Prof P Valdastri
Applications accepted all year round

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This vacancy is created by a major European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator grant awarded to the STORM Lab, which aims to define a new generation of surgical tentacle-like robots that can be magnetically guided within the human body by magnetic fields.
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