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insect robots

Insect Robotics Group

Insect Robotics Group

Building robots to understand insect behaviour

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We have  a research associate position available from 1 Jan 2018, to work on developing experimental and modelling tools as part of the BBSRC funded project “Visual navigation in ants: from visual ecology to brain”, in collaboration with the University of Sussex. Details here

Daniela Pacella has joined us to work on the ‘Invisible Cues’ project.

The long-awaited publication of our model of path integration in the central complex.

Once the chassis has been wired up the wheels may need to be calibrated. Each wheel is equipped with a ‘wheel encoder’ that measures the wheel’s rotations. The next section will provide some background as to what a wheel encoder is and how they work. If you are already familiar with wheel encoders then simply […]

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