Bilyana Pencheva: [email protected]
Newsletter & Catalogue
Robotics research at the University of Zagreb is conducted under the [email protected] brand within three laboratories: Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems – LARICS (larics.fer.hr), Laboratory for Autonomous Systems and Mobile Robotics – LAMOR (lamor.fer.hr) and Laboratory for Underwater Systems and Technologies – LABUST (labust.fer.hr). Our vision is to conduct world-class research and to teach in different areas of robotics – unmanned aerial systems, compliant robotics, autonomous marine systems and underwater acoustics for marine science, autonomous navigation of ground and aerial robots in unknown and dynamic environments.
We are currently active in more than 20 scientific international and national projects and collaborate closely with companies from all around the world. At the Robotics 2020 fair in Ljubljana we are going to present the H2020 project subCULTron – Submarine Cultures Perform Long Term Robotic Exploration of Unconventional Environmental Niches, the H2020 project ENDORSE – Effective Robotic GriNDing of Surface Areas through HORSE framework and the H2020 project AERIAL-CORE – AERIAL COgnitive integrated multi-task Robotic system with Extended operation range and safety.
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering is currently active in more than 20 scientific international and national projects in the area of robotics, performed within three laboratories – LARICS, LAMOR and LABUST under the brand [email protected] The projects have resulted in many scientific and technical innovations. At the Robotics 2020 fair in Ljubljana we are going to present the results of the project subCULTron (Submarine Cultures Perform Long Term Robotic Exploration of Unconventional Environmental Niches) – autonomous platforms aMussel and aPad developed for unmanned monitoring of marine environments, the result of the project ENDORSE – a solution for application of industrial robots for grinding of arbitrary-shaped surfaces and the results of several UAV-related projects, such as the system for inspection of wind turbines and MORUS – an UAV driven by gas engines. Further, we are going to present our work with humanoid robots on the project ADORE – Autism Diagnostic Observation with Robot Evaluator.