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Robotics

A range of high-quality resources for Robotics are freely available on the web. Start exploring them here:

Robotics

  • ARQ - Advanced Robotics @ Queen Mary: Explore our very own robotics team at QMUL, includes opportunities for students at all levels.
  • Humanoid Robotics Group: Provides information about the MIT humanoid robotics projects (which possibly ended around 2003). It does include full-text papers from a number of conferences which the group attended.
  • iCub.org: Documents the humanoid robot iCub, created by Instituto Italiano Di Tecnologia.
  • IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS): RAS' official website, filled with news and updates from the society. Contains information about their publications, including guidelines for publishing in their journals.
  • Intelligent Robotics Lab: Robotic research group at the University of Birmingham. Contains links to the group member’s papers and information about current and past projects.
  • Karakuri.info: Providing information about the Japanese tradition of karakuri, mechanical dolls.
  • Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence: Interdisciplinary research centre exploring the opportunities and challenges to humanity from the development of artifical intelligence. 
  • London Robotics Network: An open network for people interested in robotics which organises meetings, events and networking. 
  • NASA – Robotics: Videos and other multimedia covering NASA's work with robotics, such as the lunar rover.
  • Organic Robotics Lab: Research group at Cornell University. Contains lots of interesting information in different formats about their work and research.
  • Robocup: Robocup was created to encourage robotic research. Now lots of events are happening under the umbrella Robocup with different mission themes.
  • Robohub: Platform which aims to connect experts within business and universities.
  • Robotics Online: RIA – Robotic Industries Association’s official website, offers lots of content around the area of robotics, such as webinars and videos.
  • Soft Robotics Toolkit: Resource created in a cooperation between Harvard University and Trinity College Dublin, centering around soft robotics, focusing especially on medical applications.
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