Intelligent Systems Research Centre

A state-of-the-art research environment established in 2007 with an extensive array of leading-edge robotic devices.

The Intelligent Systems Research Centre, established in 2007, represents a significant commitment to leading-edge research infrastructure.

The Centre provides a state-of-the-art research environment including laboratories for bio-inspired and neuro-engineering, brain-computer interfacing, computational neuroscience, cognitive robotics and, instrumentation along with facilities for research in ambient intelligence and wireless sensor networks.

The Centre has an extensive array of leading-edge robotic devices along with a newly installed MEG scanner and focuses on research in cognitive robotics, computational neuroscience, biologically inspired computation, wireless technology/ambient intelligence and, brain-computer interfacing.

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Current projects

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PhD opportunities

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School of Computing, Engineering and Intelligent Systems

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