YorRobots seminar series
Our seminar series showcases the work of York and collaborators in the area of robotics.
Speakers include academics at York and other institutions, industry experts and our own students. In the seminar schedule, you can find the future seminar speakers.
Deformable Object Manipulation: fundamental challenges and promising applications
Dr Jihong Zhu will develop the fundamental challenges and promising applications in deformable object manipulation.
Towards the Autonomous Evolution of Robotics Ecosystems
Professor Emma Hart discusses challenges in manufacturing robots autonomously, and proposes methods to address these.
National Nuclear User Facility for Hot Robotics
An introduction to The National Nuclear User Facility for Hot Robotics.
Evolving embodied intelligence and Use of Robotics in the Management and Conservation of the Pemba Channel Tanzania
Presentations from Professor Dr. A.E. Eiben on evolving real robots for engineering and research, and Kennedy Edeye on the use of Robotics in the management and conservation of the Pemba Channel seafloor, Tanzania.
Algorithmic fairness and decision landscapes
Dr Annette Zimmermann will develop three arguments for why scrutinizing available decision landscapes matters in our pursuit of algorithmic fairness.
Embedding artificial intelligence on chips
Themis Prodromakis presents the challenges in manufacturing and using new AI technologies and examples on how these can be used in practical applications: from bio-electronic medicines to 'AI on a chip' solutions.
The Human Machine Teaming lessons to be learned from UAV accident investigation work
The area of autonomous systems is expanding at an incredible rate, with Human Machine teaming systems appearing in a number of very different sectors.