Robotics at QUT

QUT is the headquarters of the QUT Centre for Robotics and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision — the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision —  that leads the world in the new discipline of robotic vision, applying computer vision to robotics. While robotics is about machines that interact with the physical world, computer vision is about analysing and understanding the world through images.

Robotic Vision expands the capabilities of robots, allowing them to see and understand the world in which they are working. We believe it is the key technology that will allow robotics to change the way we live and work, and provide increased productivity in industries critical to Australia’s economy.

Team

Chief and Associate Investigators

Distinguished Professor Peter Corke
Distinguished Professor Peter Corke
Director, QUT Centre for Robotics
Professor Jonathan Roberts
Professor Jonathan Roberts
Technical Director, Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Hub (ARM Hub)
Professor Michael Milford
Professor Michael Milford
Deputy Director, QUT Centre for Robotics
Associate Professor Thierry Peynot
Associate Professor Thierry Peynot
Associate Professor & Mining3 Chair in Robotics
Professor Matthew Dunbabin
Professor Matthew Dunbabin
Chief Investigator, QUT Centre for Robotics

Research Fellows, Engineers and Affiliates

Dr Juxi Leitner
Dr Juxi Leitner
Research Fellow
Dr Anjali Tumkur Jaiprakash
Dr Anjali Tumkur Jaiprakash
Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Centre for Biomedical Technologies
Dr Steve Martin
Dr Steve Martin
Research Engineer
 Gavin Suddrey
Gavin Suddrey
Research Engineer
 Ian Greyvensteyn
Ian Greyvensteyn
Postgraduate Student
Dr Ajay Pandey
Dr Ajay Pandey
Senior Lecturer

 

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