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robotics, Lincoln, research, AI, machine learning
robotics, Lincoln, research, AI, machine learning

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L-CAS has just released to new data sets for researchers: L-CAS RGB-D-T Re-Identification Dataset Collected by the Kinect and the Optris PI-450 thermal imager This dataset contains RGB-D(epth)-T(hermal) images of different people acquired in the Lincoln…

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We got three new ICRA papers: Farraj, F. B.; Osa, T.; Pedemonte, N.; Peters, J.; Neumann, G.; Giordano, P.R.; (2017). A Learning-based Shared Control Architecture for Interactive Task Execution, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics…

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Gerhard Neumann and Jan Peters from the TU Darmstadt will be giving a Tutorial on Policy Search Methods for Robotics at the Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Conference (AAMAS 2017) in Sau Paulo. Check out the homepage homepage for more…

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Desert ants rank among the best insect navigators in the world, and now a scientific study shows their navigational skills are even more sophisticated than previously thought.

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We wish all our partner, friends, students, and colleagues some relaxing days and look forward to an exciting 2017, with more robots, more projects, and more research. Time to dig out last year’s video again: [embedyt]…

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We (L-CAS and NCFM) are excited to be collaborating with brilliant researchers and industry partners in a new H2020 RIA project, starting in January 2017. It’s called “ILIAD – Intra-Logistics with Integrated Automatic Deployment: safe and scalable fleets…

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A Research Assistant / Research Fellow position is available to investigate how ultraviolet and polarised light processing in insects can be applied to robotics: a collaboration between University of Lincoln and University of Edinburgh. This research…

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The researchers of L-CAS had their away day at our rural Riseholme campus on 16/12/2016. We spent a lovely day of presenting our current research to each other and to jointly think about the grand challenges ahead for robotics and autonomous systems in…

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A PhD position is available in the Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems Research (L-CAS) at the University of Lincoln UK. The successful candidate will be employed as part of a  European-funded collaborative project “ILIAD – Intra-Logistics with…
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