POSTED: 06 Jul, 2023
Fantastic event at Swinburne University of Technology last night!
There were over 35 people in attendance at Swinburne’s Intelligent Robotics Lab for our ‘Cobotic Encounters’ event. This event was a great opportunity for businesses based in Melbourne to find out more about the Centre and how cobots could be used to augment existing capability.
Swinburne lead, Associate Professor Mats Isaksson and Postdoc Dr Anushani Bibile organised the event which included demonstrations from student research projects, excellent networking opportunities as well as talks from Centre Director, Jonathan Roberts and Lead Engineer, Dasun Gunasinghe.
Thanks to everyone who came along and the wonderful team at Swinburne for hosting the event. Special thanks to the Swinburne student researchers who presented their projects:
* Australian Cobotics Centre PhD student: Jagannatha Charjee Pyaraka – Cobot Deep Learning using Biomimicry and Digital Twins
* PhD student: Edgar Mauricio Hidalgo Florez – Evaluation of Haptically Enabled Remote Robot-Assisted Echocardiographic Examinations
* PhD student: Mariadas Capsran Roshan – Automated Ultrasound Imaging of the Back Muscle Through Sensor Fusion
* PhD student: Kartik Choudhary – Non-Invasive Diagnosis of Cutaneous Melanoma using a Collaborative Robot with Multiple Modalities for Enhanced Data Collection
* MSc student: Rene Santander – Development, Optimization, and Quantitative Evaluation of a Robotic Platform for 3D Printing of Biofouling Resistant Polymers
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