At SDU’s section for Biorobotics we research new innovative concepts within future autonomous robots, wearable robots and artificial intelligence. We get the inspiration from the behavior and structure of animals and we research how to make use of basic biological principles to design versatile and capable robots. For example, we work with robots with legs, new types of neutral network, robot swarms, robots made of new soft materials and intelligent machines which can be carried on the body and make humans capable of performing heavy work. We design and build robots, program them and enable them to learn.
About SDU Biorobotics
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For more information about SDU Biorobotics, feel free to contact head of section, Anders Lyhne Christensen