Since June 2010, I am a beneficiary of Marie Curie Initial Training Network Fellowship (The RobotDoC Collegium) and work as an Early-Stage Researcher at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Hamburg (Germany) under the supervision of Prof. Stefan Wermter.
I have worked on and done research in several fields such as system automation, mobile robotics, artificial intelligence, neural network and artificial vision systems. My research interests include artificial intelligence, cognitive robotics, embodied cognition, hybrid artificial intelligence systems, applied artificial intelligence and robotics, embedded systems and mechatronics.
My current research focuses on the modeling of affective mechanism. I based my architecture on I based my architecture on neural circuitry linked to mammalian behavioural responses, for more information visit this link. Our aim is to contribute in the understanding of cognitive processes generating model based theory of cognition and contribute to the development of next robot generation.
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