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The IET Robotics and Mechatronics exec team are very happy to be collaborating on a joint event with the Control Systems Centre, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Manchester



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Ready the final report on ICSR 2013 International Conference on Social Robotics held on 27-29 October 2013, Bristol, UK


 
 


You, robot
Robot residencies at the Science Museum, October 2015-April 2016.
 
In 2015, the Science Museum will be mounting a major exhibition on the history of robots. You, robot will explore how our human self-perception has been manipulated, codified and projected in new robotic forms over hundreds of years. And, most intriguingly, it’ll explore questions of why we are fascinated by robots, machines that may look or behave like us.
Anthropomorphism remains a uniquely human characteristic, but while the human form has long been a central subject of art, portrait and sculpture, it has also been a central concern of mechanism. This will be the first time the subject has been explored in an exhibition.

Please contact Ben Russell for further information.

 

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A team from Imperial College has reached the final of a very prestigious international competition - the Nokia Sensing Xchallenge .  The challenge is a $2.25 million global technology competition run by the XPRIZE foundation. The winners of this competition are going to be chosen by a  judging panel after a live event which will take place... read more...
Posted by Joanne Longton on IET Robotics and Mechatronics Network Oct 23, 2014 2:04 GMT
I am honoured to serve the Robotics and Mechatronics TNP as the Chairman in 2014. This is an exciting time for robotics in particular and for mechatronics in general. This is represented by the establishment of Public-Private Partnership in Robotics by European Commission and  organisations representing European industry and European... read more...
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This is King Saud University ...KSU Research Robotics Group.
We are seeking links for more coming robotics projects ... Visit the link over ..

http://rg.ksu.edu.sa/RoboticsKSU
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Robotics resource pages

Humanoid robotics projects
Various global humanoid projects, which have provided further advancement to the area of humanoid robotics, are listed in these pages.
The iCub project
The iCub is the humanoid robot developed at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) as part of the EU project RobotCub and subsequently adopted by more than 20 laboratories worldwide.
The Era of Social Robots
The Wills Memorial building was the backdrop to the packed out Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS) IET Public Lecture: Era of Social Robots delivered by Professor Shuzi Sam Ge, Director of Social Robotics Lab, Institute of Interactive Digital Media at the National University of Singapore.
Cybernetics
These pages contain an overview of the various researches and projects being undertaken in the field of cybernetics.