Electronics to feature in "Behind the Scenes at The Royal Society"

Posted on 14 March 2016

The Department of Electronics is part of the "Behind the Scenes at The Royal Society" this week as part of Science Week.

The Department of Electronics is part of the "Behind the Scenes at The Royal Society" this week as part of Science Week.  The team, which includes academics, technicians, post doc fellows, PhD students and undergraduates, are showcasing a series of robotic systems around the theme "Can Robots Evolve?".  Included in the team is one of our final year undergraduate students, Alexander Horsfield, who will be demonstrating his interactive, tablet based, programming tool for mobile robots aimed specifically at school children, which he has developed as part of his final year project with Prof Jon Timmis and Dr James Hilder.

Prof Timmis said "It is a huge honor to be at The Royal Society as part of Science week, and we are very excited to be part of the event"

Further information:

https://royalsociety.org/events/2016/03/behind-the-scenes/

People involved:

Prof Jon Timmis
Dr James Hilder
Dr Danesh Tarapore
Mayank Parmar
Richard Redpath
Alexander Horsfield

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