Computing and Robotics

  • Humanoid robotics and human–robot interaction 
  • Applications of mathematical and computational modelling, brain imaging, visualisation and cognitive modelling 
  • Interaction between humans and intelligent systems, with an emphasis on language and nonverbal communication 
  • Real-world interactive applications such as robot companions 

  • Cognitive robotics 
  • Theoretical and computational neuroscience 
  • Artificial vision sensing 
  • Intelligent multi-agent behaviour 
  • Biologically inspired control and behaviour

Postgraduate Research Coordinators

If you are thinking about becoming a postgraduate researcher at the University of Plymouth, you are welcome to contact the Postgraduate Research Coordinators in your field of interest.

They will discuss potential supervisors with you and answer any questions you might have about embarking on a research degree in their research area.

Find out who to contact and how they can help you