Insects help robots gain better grip
Our master students, Arthicha Srisuchinnawong and Daniel Mauricio Fernandez Gonzalez, won the first prize at the SDU case competition 2021 – autonomous hackathon. Through the SDU Case Competition, 80 students from 23 nationalities submitted autonomous solutions to the main sponsor Danfoss. The winner of the competition was ‘Team Eggsperts’ consisting of Otel Emanuel-Ionut, Hana Tranum,Read more about Our master students won the first prize at the SDU case competition 2021 – autonomous hackathon, Congratulations![…]
The SMOOTH-project is an interdisciplinary research and development project led by SDU which started in April 2017. The aim of the meeting is to disseminate the results from the project which is coming to an end in February 2021.
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 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).