Dr Andrew Razjigaev

PhD Researcher

Andrew is a PhD Researcher in the Medical Robotics Group. He graduated as a Mechatronics Engineer at the Queensland University of Technology in 2017. He has been part of the Medical Robotics group since 2016 when he did a project on teleoperating a snake robot through hand gestures. Andrew also completed his capstone project on visual servoing when he was part of the Centre’s Amazon Robotics Challenge team. Andrew’s interests include robot arm kinematics with robotic vision. His PhD project is all about developing multiple continuum robots for vision-based teleoperated minimally invasive surgery.

Andrew is also the President of the QUT Robotics Club for 2018 where he has develop a series of Robot arm workshops teaching students control and computer vision.