fourMs Forum: ROBIN group

Jim Tørresen will present the ROBIN group at Department of Informatics.

The fourMs Forum is a monthly research seminar for anyone interested in the topics of Music, Mind, Motion and Machines.

Robotics and Intelligent Systems (ROBIN)
Jim Tørresen

Our research focus on systems operating in dynamic environments demanding adaptation at run-time. This includes digital electronics where we have a specific interest in reconfigurable logic technology (FPGA). - That is microchips where the functionality can be altered after the microchip has been fabricated and even when the chip is in operation.  

We work both at a fundamental level of research where machine learning and evolutionary algorithms are important topics, and at an application level where we test theories in practice. At this level you may often see us working with robots who aided by biologically inspired principles for instance learn to walk, all by themselves. To manufacture our own robots, we have advanced 3D-printing equipment. We also work a lot on applications where classification and recognition is essential. Here we have contributed with research on applications such as intelligent transportation system, prosthesis control by use of signals from muscles and face recognition. We have a number of national and international collaborators including research on e.g. robot modelling (Cornell University) and robotic surgery (Intervention Centre/Oslo University Hospital).


Tags: music, mind, motion, machines
Published Jan. 21, 2017 7:38 PM - Last modified Jan. 21, 2017 7:41 PM