POSTED: 02 Nov, 2022
Welcome to our newest PhD researcher from UTS Robotics Institute, Nadimul Haque.
Nadimul is supervised by Teresa Vidal Calleja and leads a research project based in the Biomimic Cobots program with industry partner, InfraBuild.
His PhD project will work towards enabling human-robot interaction with mobile collaborative robots equipped with multiple on-board sensors. The project will address together the multi-sensory robotic perception, navigation and situational awareness problems of the mobile base, and will develop a framework to achieve collaborative tasks with the operators and the cobot actions while moving.
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