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Our multidisciplinary teams of engineers, scientists and clinicians are developing novel robotic systems and the underpinning technologies with the aim of improving people’s lives and satisfying human curiosity. Centred in engineering, and stretching through psychology, biological sciences and medicine, our diverse research strengths mean we are able to bring together a wealth of expertise and resources to develop innovative robotic systems.

Dr Duygu Sarikaya

Lecturer in Computer Science

Dr James Chandler

Lecturer in Surgical Robotics

Professor Pietro Valdastri

Chair in Robotics & Autonomous Systems

Professor Martin Levesley

Professor of Dynamics and Control

Professor Netta Cohen

Professor of Complex Systems

Professor Russell Harris

Professor in Advanced Manufacturing