Information is vital to innovation in a rapidly changing world. With the advancement of information and communication technologies, an ever-increasingly large volume of data contributes to solutions addressing some of our key societal challenges such as the demands of an ageing population, food security, and clean energy.
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The research within this theme benefits from many state of the art infrastructure technologies such as the University’s computation cluster, the international ground based Lidar facilities and the University’s Robot House that offers national infrastructure for research into robot companions and ambient assisted living.
I am a professor of Human-Robot Interaction in the School of 工程 and Computer Science. I received my PhD in 2004 from Reading University, Department of Cybernetics.
I lead the Assistive and Rehabilitation Robotics Laboratory, as well as the Kaspar project and University of Hertfordshire Robot House. My expertise is in the areas of robotics, ambient assisted living, safety and ethics, haptics, and assistive and rehabilitation robotics with specific focus on adaptive and personalised training.
I have undertaken research involving using technology for caring and assisting humans since 1999. I have been involved in FP5/6/7 projects such as GENTLE/S, i-Match, LIREC and ROBOSKIN.
I have successfully coordinated the ACCOMPANY (FP7 STREP) and SCRIPT (FP7 STREP) projects and been involved in CORBYS (FP7 IP), and Trustworthy Robotic Assistance (EPSRC). I'm a member of ISO Technical Committee 299, involved in standardisation activities of robot and robotic devices.
信息和安全 research at the University of Hertfordshire takes place across a number of 研究中心, Groups and disciplines:
We offer one of the most diverse range of research degree programmes in the UK.
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For more information on our 信息和安全 theme, please contact Dr Farshid Amirabdollahian.