Cognitive Robotics Research Group
Associate Dean Research and Knowledge Exchange and Head of the Cognitive Robotics Research Group
Nigel Crook is Professor of AI and Robotics. His research interests include social robotics, ethical AI and biologically inspired machine learning. His work includes the investigation and modelling of nonlinear dynamics in neural circuits, the creation of bio-inspired humanoid robots, and most recently, the development of AI systems with moral competence.
Director of the Visual Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Fabio Cuzzolin is Professor of Artificial Intelligence. His research interests are in uncertainty theory and belief functions theory. He has worked extensively on the mathematical foundations of belief calculus. Fabio’s main contribution is his geometric approach to uncertainty measures, in which uncertainty measures are represented as points of a Cartesian space and there analyzed.
Senior Lecturer in Robotics and Computer Science
Matthias Rolf is a Senior Lecturer in Robotics and Computer Science. His areas of expertise include robotics, machine learning, software engineering, cognitive science and developmental robotics
Senior Lecturer in Computer Science
Tjeerd olde Scheper is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science. His research interests are in Dynamic Systems. He is particularly interested in the manner of which Biological Systems resolve problems in dynamics with a view to applying these concepts to Engineering, Medical and Biosystems problems.
Karl R. Kjelstrup-Johnson