Our PhD student, Mathias Thor, wins “the Best Student Paper Award” at SWARM2017, Congratulations! Thor, M.; Strøm-Hansen, T.; Larsen, L.B.; Kovalev, A.; Gorb, S.N.; Manoonpong, P. (2017) Advantages of using a biologically plausible embodied kinematic model for enhancement of speed and multifunctionality of a walking robot. SWARM 2017: The Second International Symposium on Swarm Behavior and Bio-Inspired Robotics, October 29–November 1,Read more about Mathias Thor wins the Best Student Paper Award at the SWARM2017[…]
We are now having our workshop in Thailand on “Bio-Inspired Robotics supported by Office of Higher Education Commission (OHEC) Thailand Professor Poramate Manoonpong is giving a presentation of Bio-Inspired robots together with an introduction the the work we do in ENS-Lab as SDU. Afterwards Dr. Pitiwut Teerakittikul gives a presentation on: “From artificial hormone to artificialRead more about Workshop in Thailand[…]
We will have our Workshop on Bio-inspired Robotics at Century Park Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand on 24.06.2017 (program in Thai) (supported by OHEC Thailand) (registration link).
DLife (Start 1. November 2017): A Dung Beetle’s Life: how miniature creatures perform extraordinary feats with limited resources (HFSP)
Our new website for ENS-LAB is now up and running again.
SMOOTH (Start 1. April 2017): Seamless huMan-robot interactiOn fOr THe support of elderly people (IF project)
Health-CAT (Start 1. February 2017 ): Health Care Assisting Technology (Interreg5 project)
PLAN4Act (Start 1. January 2017): Predictive Neural Information for Proactive Actions (FET-Proact project)
ENS-Lab has received EU project funding under the FET-PROACT program.
Our master student, Ignacio Torroba Balmori, has been accepted to the “Vulcanus in Japan” Programme, organised by the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, for an 8-month traineeship with HITACHI Ltd., Hitachi Research Laboratory in Japan, Congratulations!