The research group Intelligent Robotics studies how (fully or partly) autonomous machines can be constructed.
Our main focus is learning algorithms for intelligent robots. In the area of Field Robotics we have several projects related to autonomous forest machines (learning path tracking) and to agricultural robotics (learning for sensing). We are part of CROPS - Clever RObots for CroPS, an EU financed project within the Seventh Framework Programme
In the area of Indoor Robotics, we work with knowledge representation and algorithms for learning from demonstration. We are coordinating INTRO - an EU funded robotics project focusing on robots in collaboration with humans. Some other research projects of the group are described here.
- Dr. Suna Bensch
- PhD student Erik Billing
- PhD student Benjamin Fonooni
- Prof. Lars-Erik Janlert
- Docent Thomas Hellström (director)
- PhD student Mostafa Pordel
- PhD student Ola Ringdahl
Our cross-disciplinary projects find their way also to the department of Applied Physics and Electronics:
For more information, please contact the director of the group Thomas Hellström.
Master and Bachelor thesis proposals
We are always interested in finding motivated students. Some Master and Bachelor thesis proposals are available here.