- Basic research in the field of animal sensing systems (e.g. with bats) with the aim of transferring the results to robots of the future.
- Contact person: Professor John Hallam
- Basic research within the field of modular robots (1)and (2) focusing on behaviour and locomotion as well as the structure of cells and muscles of animals and humans with the purpose of transferring the results to robots of the future in order to make them more robust and flexible.
- Contact persons: Assistant professor Jørgen Christian Larsen, associate professor Ulrik Pagh Schultz
- Addresses robot solutions involving sensorial processing (in particular computer vision), mathematical modeling, learning and simulation targeted at advanced robot systems. One of its main aims is to facilitate the fast establishment of robot solutions in industry.
- Contact persons: Associate professor Dirk Kraft, associate professor Lars-Peter Ellekilde, professor Norbert Krueger, professor Henrik Gordon Petersen, associate professorThiusius Rajeeth Savarimuthu
- Application-oriented research and development of software for control of welfare technology including assistive technologies and health informatics.
- Application-oriented research and development of software within the field of security informatics.
- Contact persons: Associate professor Kasper Hallenborg, associate professor Ulrik Pagh Schultz, professor Uffe Kock Wiil, associate professor Nasrullah Memon
- Application-oriented research and development within the field of intelligent and user-friendly systems for e.g. the hospital sector
- Contact persons: Associate professor Anders Stengaard Sørensen, assisstant professor Jørgen Chr. Larsen