no code implementations • 8 Mar 2021 • Carlo Tiseo, Sydney Rebecca Charitos, Michael Mistry
The mechanism behind the generation of human movements is of great interest in many fields (e. g. robotics and neuroscience) to improve therapies and technologies.
no code implementations • 1 Nov 2020 • Carlo Tiseo, Vladimir Ivan, Wolfgang Merkt, Ioannis Havoutis, Michael Mistry, Sethu Vijayakumar
In literature, there are multiple model- and learning-based approaches that require significant computational resources to be effectively deployed and they may have limited generality.
no code implementations • 1 Apr 2020 • David A. Robb, Muneeb I. Ahmad, Carlo Tiseo, Simona Aracri, Alistair C. McConnell, Vincent Page, Christian Dondrup, Francisco J. Chiyah Garcia, Hai-Nguyen Nguyen, Èric Pairet, Paola Ardón Ramírez, Tushar Semwal, Hazel M. Taylor, Lindsay J. Wilson, David Lane, Helen Hastie, Katrin Lohan
We describe the use of a light touch quiz-format survey instrument to integrate in-the-wild research participation into the engagement, allowing us to probe both the effectiveness of our engagement strategy, and public perceptions of the future roles of robots and humans working in dangerous settings, such as in the off-shore energy sector.
no code implementations • 3 Mar 2020 • Keyhan Kouhkiloui Babarahmati, Carlo Tiseo, Quentin Rouxel, Zhibin Li, Michael Mistry
Robotic teleoperation will allow us to perform complex manipulation tasks in dangerous or remote environments, such as needed for planetary exploration or nuclear decommissioning.