Our Projects and Research

Explore our research projects and collaborations.

Our Projects

  • Digital Twins for Human – Assistive Robot Teams

    In order to accelerate the development and deployment of assistive robots in health and social care, the Digital […]

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    Cyber-physical Health and Assistive Robotics Technologies (CHART) is an interdisciplinary research group based at the School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham. The group conducts foundational and […]

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  • Empowering Future Care Workforces

    Scoping Capabilities to Leverage Assistive Robotics through Co-Design

    Empowering Future Care Workforces aims to understand how health and social care professionals can benefit from using assistive robotics on their own terms. […]

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    Trustworthy Accessible Robots for Inclusive Cultural experiences

    Cultural experiences, such as going to a museum are an important activity in society and an important source of personal enrichment that can affect […]

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  • Human-Guided Learning and Benchmarking of Robotic Heap Sorting (HEAP)

    The HEAP project is a European consortium that investigates robotic sorting of unstructured heaps of unknown objects. Robotic heap sorting is of interest for […]

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