Robotics Research Journal  

Robotics Research Journal (RRJ)

           

Editors 

Andrew Goldenberg

Andrew A. GoldenbergProfessor Emeritus, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto and President of Engineering Services INC., Canada.

Research Interests: Mobile robots for defense and security; Industrial robots for manufacturing and modular robot arms for space applications; Custom robotics for nuclear plants, gas pipes, and laboratory automation; Robots for image-guided medical surgery; Personal robots for remote telecommunication, domestic help, and private security.

 

Veera Gnaneswar Gude

Ljubo VlacicProfessor, Institute for Intelligent and Integrated Systems, Griffith University, Australia.

Research Interests: Control systems, Decision theory, Intelligent control and computer & systems engineering and the application of these methodologies to Industrial automation, Mechatronics, Intelligent robotics, Autonomous systems, Manufacturing, Computer and communication systems, Knowledge management and Intelligent vehicles & transport systems.

 

 

Huosheng Hu

Huosheng HuProfessor, Scool of Computer Science & Electronic Engineering, University of Essex, Colchester, U.K.

Research Interests: Intelligent Systems and Autonomous Mobile Robots, Networked robots and network enable systems/devices, Smart sensors, actuators and Mechatronics, Sensor integration and Data fusion algorithms, Tele-rehabilitation, tele-care, tele-health, Intelligent wheelchairs, Genetic Algorithms, Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks in Robotics, Pervasive computing, mobile computing, eLearning, Distributed computer architecture and Parallel processing.

 

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Associate Editors                                                                                         

Mark Bishop

Mark Bishop, Professor, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

Research Interests: Artificial intelligence, Neural networks, Cognitive neuromorphic engineering and other hardware implementations, Philosophy of cognitive computation, Cognitive robotics, Autonomous cognitive systems, Neuroscience nanotechnology, Self-organizing, Swarm and immune systems, Complex systems and control theory, and Computational cognitive neuroscience.

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Editorial Board Members    

   

Genci Capi

Genci CapiProfessor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, HOSEL University, Tokyo, Japan

Research Interests: Intelligent robots, Brain machine interface, Evolutionary robotics, Map building, Multi robot systems and Humanoid robot.

 

 

 

Rene Mayorga

Rene Mayorga Professor, Industrial Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Regina, Regina, Canada

Research Interests: Artificial/Computational Sapience (Wisdom), and MetaBotics, Intelligent & Sapient (Wise) Decision and Control, Intelligent Sapient (Wise) Systems, MetaBots, Intelligent & Sapient (Wise) Human-Computer Interaction/Interface, Virtual Reality, Software Engineering, Intelligent & Sapient (Wise): Operations Research, Manufacturing, Artificial Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines, Fuzzy and Neuro-Fuzzy Inference Systems, Robotics: Intelligent Motion Planning, Intelligent Concurrent Motion Planning of Multi-Manipulator, Systems, Intelligent Trajectory/Path Planning of Robot Manipulators, Robotics: Design Evaluation & Optimization of Multi-Robot Manipulators Systems, Design Evaluation & Optimization of Robot Manipulators, Optimal Control, Optimization: Mathematical Programming, Differentiable Penalty Functions, Numerical Methods.

 

Shahram Payandeh

Shahram PayandehProfessor, School of Engineering Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada

Research Interests: Tracking, reconstruction and visualization in ambient sensor network, networked robotics, image guided surgery, multi-modal user interface, surgical robotics, haptic rendering, ¬†service and elderly robotics, movement and activity recognition.

 

Keigo Watanabe

Keigo WatanabeProfessor, Department of Intelligent Mechanical Systems, Okayama University, Okayama, Japan.

Research Interests: Quadrotors and blimps for aerial robots; Manta robots and small-sized autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs); Mechanisms for omnidirectional platforms; Control for nonholonomic systems; Intelligent control using any soft-computing techniques such as fuzzy reasoning; neural networks and genetic algorithms; and Statistical approach to estimate the dynamic state of robots and its application to SLAM. Mechatronics; Soft-computing.

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