Richard Billingsley does research into deep learning and its application for robotics. He has previously co-founded fin-tech startups in Malaysia and Silicon Valley with products used by international brokers and investment banks.
Jesse Clark is a software engineer who has developed applications for a number of Silicon Valley startups. At NASA he worked on databases for the International Space Station and robotic simulations for the Hubble Space Telescope.
Peter is one of the world's leading cognitive scientists. He serves on the Nobel Prize Committee and has developed several breakthrough frameworks for decision making using probabilistic reasoning, belief revision, and conceptual spaces.
Sajjad is a Endeavour Fellow and works on Data Analytics and Robotics in the Magic Lab.
Ben is a UTS Chancellor Fellow working on building intelligent social robots.
Pavlos works on belief reviison methods for intelligent systems.
Henri co-invented Possiblistic Theory and develops innovative methods for modeling uncertainty and risk for decision making.
Xun is a Chancellors Fellow working on risk management for robot decision making and other mobile technologies. Xun manages Planet KR and the University Apple Academic Development Licence.
Mary-Anne is a data scientist and roboticist with transdiscipinary expertise in computer science, artificial intelligence, business, and law. She works in disruptive innovation and bio-inspired technologies that make smart real-time decisions using backgroung knowledge and insights from data analytics.
Woz, co-founder of Apple Inc, is the Distinguish Professor of Technology. He provides leadership and mentorship for students in innovation. Woz developed the Apple I and II transforming the computer industry. He is Chief Scientist at Primary Data.
PhD Topic: Impact of Robots on Society
PhD Topic: Reliable Social Robots
PhD Topic: Fog Robotics
PhD Topic: Making robots autonomous
Sam is a versatile robotics engineer from the UPC: BarcelonaTech who has been working in robotics as a hobby, as part of his role in the UPC Robotics Club and as part of his job at PAL Robotics bringing to life their humanoid platforms. Sam has worked developing drivers, low level control, navigation, manipulation, perception, robot behaviours, human robot interfaces and many other challenges found during his career.
Now he works on robot teleoperation and human detection to have the necessary tools to eventually make robots able to perceive their surroundings and act accordingly.
PhD Topic: Social Robotics
Meg is researching and experimenting in social robotics. Her PhD investigates privacy expectations and perceptions in human robot interaction.
PhD Topic: Robot Representations of Emotions through Social Signals
Jonathan graduated from University of Milan in Digital Communication and Computer Science. His PhD investigation is the representation of emotions in social robots through social signals and models of artificial empathy. Other interests include: Human-Robot social interactions, developmental robotics, affective computing, cognitive sciences/psychology/neuroscience of emotions, biologically inspired models for robots intelligence, dimensionality reduction and manifolds learning, roboethics.
Mahya Mirzaei Poueinag
PhD Topic: Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services
Mahya trained as a space engineer. She is working on human-centric disruptive innovations in financial services. She works with CBA and received a 2015 IBM PhD Fellowship, and 2015 Australia Computer Society Foundation Fellowship.
PhD Topic: Robot Empathy and Artificial Pain
Muh Anshar commences his PhD study in 2012 under the scheme of Australian Leadership Scholarship which is a prestigious award for young leaders in their speficied fields. Graduated from UTS in 2009 with a Master's Degree by Research in the field of machine learning application for evolving robot locomotion. Current research interest is Artificial Pain, Self-Awareness Framework for Robot and Robot Empathy.
PhD Topic: Risk Management
Pramod is from Nepal and working on an innovative framework for risk management in decision making.
PhD Topic: Privacy on Social Media
Sri is a lecturer in the School of Software at UTS and is developing a new framework for managing privacy on social media.
Syed Ali Raza
PhD Topic: Robot Learning through Mimicry
Ali is the lead software designer for the Karachi Koala robot soccer team. He is developing his PhD project in robot learning by imitating humans.
PhD Topic: Invention and Protecting IP
Sylvan is innovative developing methods for determining how to best represent ideas in patent claims with a focus on the role of diagrams.
University of Melbourne
Topic: Decision Making and Strategic Behaviours
UTS Magic Lab
Topic: Commonsense Reasoning
Car startup, Co-Founder / Designer at Helperific & Study Socket
Topic: Designing Intelligent Behaviours
Marc Institute, WSU
Topic: Cognitive Robotics
World Nomads Group
Topic: Robot Locomotion
Topic: Learning New Skills
UTS Business School
Topic: Strategic Decision Making
Topic: iPad Application Design
Hong Son Nguyen
Topic: Designing Robot Plans
Founder, Leafcutter Creative Digital
Topic: Leading Innovation and Enterprise in Organisations
AZKOYEN Payment Technologies
Topic: Interactive Knowledge Management
Topic: Risk Management: Strategies based on Follow the Leader
Topic: Teaching and Learning Skills
Google Apps Deployment Engineer
Topic: Reactive and Strategic Behaviour
Manh Tuan Vu
Topic: Attention based Decision Making
Software Engineer at Apple
Topic: Intelligent Decision Making
Principal Systems Engineer at Cochlear
Topic: Action and Control
Engineer at Provecta Process Automation
Topic: Learning New Skills through Imitation
Topic: Natural robot motion
Topic: Behaviour by Design
Topic: Agent Design Methodologies
Topic: Object Recognition
UTS Magic Lab
Topic: Bio-Inspired Cognitive Archtiectures for Robots
Topic: Privacy and Personal Information Management
Topic: Brand Personality
University of Western Australia
Topic: Agent-Oriented Belief Revision.
Qilu Industrial University
Topic: Robot Peer Learning
UTS Magic Lab
Topic: Decision Making under Risk and Uncertainty
Topic: Navigation and Planning
Topic: Decision Making and Intelligent Action
University of Frieberg
Ernst and Young
Kings College London
Stanford University and University of Colorado
École Nationale Supérieure de Cognitique (ENSC)
University of Toronto
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Ernst and Young
University of Science and Technology of China