Wspólne Seminarium Instytutu Techniki Lotniczej i Mechaniki Stosowanej oraz Polish Chapter of the IEEE Robotics & Automation Society

24 Październik (środa) 2018, sala 300EF, początek godz. 14.15. Prof. Jorge Solis, Karlstad University Sweden, University of Southern Denmark and Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan. "From Biologically-inspired to Industrial-oriented Research and Development: Challenges and Its Possible Applications".

Prof Jorge Solis is an author/co-author of over 250 papers, presented at international conferences or published in journals, and he has edited 3 books. He is member of Robotics Commission of IFToMM, the International Federation for the Promotion of Machine and Mechanism Science as well as IEEE Senior member. He is currently co-chair for the Technical Committee in Bio robotics. He has obtained 3 finalist awards at International Conference on Robots and Intelligent Systems (2007 and 2009) and International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (2009) as well as a best paper conference award at the 12th International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering. He has been the general cochair of the 14th Mechatronics Forum International Conference as well co-organized workshops at ICRA2017 (“Advances and challenges on the development, testing and assessment of assistive an rehabilitation robots”), special sessions at RO-MAN2018 (“Social intelligence in Kinesthetic, Personalized, Adaptive Human-Robot Interaction”), etc. Prof Jorge Solis works concentrate around intelligent machines and automation, medical and assistive robots, humanoid robots and educational Robots. His research interest focuses on physically and cognitive embodied robotics and intelligent machines laboratory specialized in physically and cognitive embodied human-friendly robot systems with enhanced capabilities to interact with humans and/or the environment. This is an inter-disciplinary research field, which includes both basic and applied research on identifying novel applications of cuttingedge material science, sensor technology, advanced signal processing and advanced control. Exploring and proposing novel techniques for modeling and embedded advanced control in order to address the industrial needs is a central aspect of this research.