The Embodied Artificial Intelligence and Neurorobotics (ENS) laboratory, part of Centre for BioRobotics (CBR) at the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute at the University of Southern Denmark, was established by joining the Modular Robotics Research lab and the Emmy Noether Research group for Neural Control, Memory, and Learning for Complex Behaviors in Multi Sensori-Motor Robotic Systems.
The main goals of the ENS Lab are to:
- Develop modular bio-inspired robots and their modular neural mechanisms towards embodied autonomous locomotion systems with proactivity, adaptivity, energy efficiency, and versatility;
- Understand complex dynamical interactions between physical and computational components in embodied neural closed-loop systems;
- Transfer our knowledge and development to real world applications, like service robots, prosthetic and orthopedic devices.
To achieve these, our research focuses on morphological and neural computations and their dynamical interactions with the environment.