Faculty


PhD students



Alumni


Research Associates

PhD students

  • Dr. Alejandro Bordallo (2017) - Intention Prediction for Interactive Navigation in Distributed Robotic Systems
    (Positions after PhD: Chief Robotics Officer at Robotical Ltd., intention-aware motion planning Research Engineer at FiveAI)
  • Dr. Stefano Albrecht (2015) - Utilising policy types for effective ad hoc coordination in multiagent systems
    (First Position after PhD: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Learning Agents Research Group (LARG), The University of Texas at Austin)
  • Dr. Efstathios Vafeias (2015) - Recognising activities by jointly modelling actions and their effects
    (First Position after PhD: Research Engineer, Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems Europe - Edinburgh)
  • Dr. Majd Hawasly (2014) - Policy space abstraction for a lifelong learning agent
    (First Position after PhD: Research Fellow, School of Computing, The University of Leeds)
  • Dr. Benjamin Rosman (2014) - Learning domain abstractions for long lived robots
    (First Position after PhD: Research Scientist, Mobile Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group , The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) - South Africa)
  • Dr. Aris Valtazanos (2013) - Decision shaping and strategy learning in multi-robot interactions
    (First Position after PhD: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Institute for Language, Cognition and Computation , School of Informatics, The University of Edinburgh)
  • Dr. Thomas Larkworthy (2012) - Motion planning for self-reconfiguring robots
    (First Position after PhD: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Ocean Systems Laboratory, Heriot-Watt University)
  • Dr. Ioannis Havoutis (2012) - Motion planning and reactive control on learnt skill manifolds
    (First Position after PhD: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept. of Advanced Robotics, Italian Institute of Technology)

MSc students

UG/MInf students

  • Nantas Nardelli (2016) - StarCraft: Brood War as an agent learning platform
  • Paul Harris (2015) - A gesture-based interface for exploring simulations in virtual reality
  • Borislav Ikonomov (2015) - Brain-computer interface for modulating human-robot interaction
  • Peter MacGregor (2015) - Calibration-free brain-computer interface
  • Moataz Elmasry (2014) - A study of trading agents for TAC Ad Exchange
  • Jack Pimbert (2014) - A multi­agent poker player for No Limit Texas Hold­em
  • Christian Pelissier (2013) - A No Limit Texas Hold'em agent emphasizing individual player exploitation
  • Flavius Popescu (2013) - Coordination mechanisms for multi-robot systems in uncertain environments
  • Sean Wilson (2013) - Learning to improve kicking motions on the Nao robot
  • Petar Valentinov Ivanov (2012) - Self-localization using Extended Kalman Filter and Multi-hypothesis EKF
  • Seyed Behzad Tabibian (2012) - Games robots play: Coordination mechanisms for multi-robot systems in uncertain environments
  • Daniel Wren (2012) - Automatic colour calibration using multiple views
  • Georgi Gochev (2011) - Skill learning from interactions with multiple opponents
  • Seyed Mohammadali Eslami (2009) - Evolving robust control strategies for a simulated robot
    [Jim Howe Prize (AI UG) and B.Eng.(AI & SE) Class Medal]
  • Jay Kotak (2009) - Visual tracking and data acquisition system for team sports

Visitors

  • Daniel Zwilling (2015) - Multi-robot motion planning with YouBots
    (from FH Aachen - Aachen University of Applied Sciences)
  • Fabio Previtali (2014) - Distributed sensor network for multi-robot surveillance
    (from Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica, Sapienza Università di Roma)
  • Gwendolijn Schropp (2013/14) - Behaviour modelling and plan recognition for ad hoc player/coach in RoboCup SPL (MSc research student from Information and Computing Sciences, Utrecht University)
  • Dr. Matteo Leonetti (2010 - 2012) - Planning and learning in non-Markovian domains
    (from Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica, Sapienza Università di Roma)
  • Thomas McGuire (2010/11) - Real time vision and localization for the Nao humanoid robot
    (from Universität Siegen, Germany)