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Our overarching goal is to create autonomous robotic systems that can operate in the complex real-world that humans deal with without conscious effort or challenge. Our projects span robotic vision, sustainable agriculture, lifelong autonomy, neuroscience and robotics, applied to flying, ground and underwater robotics.

Latest News

QUT's team, a team of undergraduates led by Matthew Dunbabin and with Bruce the boat, came overall third in the first ever RobotX maritime challenge. Final Standings from Singapore were: 1. MIT/Olin 2. KAIST 3. QUT 4. ERAU 5. National University of Singapore 6. Osaka University There were three Australian teams, none of the others placed. The QUT team also won: Best Journal Paper (tied with MIT/Olin) Environment Award.
QUT Robotics Paper Wall
The QUT robotics group has been busy publishing papers across a wide range of conferences and journals over the past few years. Below is an animation of the paper wall from a couple of years ago to the present day, just after the submission deadline for the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation.…
Multiple PhD positions are available across the Robotics and Autonomous Systems discipline at QUT. Consult the list of projects and the process for applying on this page: http://tinyurl.com/mve7fnq. Note that the deadline to apply for a scholarship that starts in 2015 is 30 September 2014.

Link to all our News.

Major Centres and Themes

ARC Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision
A 7 year $25.6M project to develop the underlying science and technologies that will enable robots to see and understand their environment using the sense of vision.




Agricultural Robotics Program at QUT

A 3 year $3M agricultural robotics program and a 3 year $0.5M ARC Linkage project developing robotic solutions for sustainable agriculture.

Robot Navigation

Overarching research into long-term robust robot navigation with projects including RatSLAM, Persistent Robotic Navigation, and brain-based navigation.

Marine Robotics

Underwater and surface robots, including RobotX, our QUT undergraduate team competing in the 2014 Maritime RobotX Challenge

Flying robots

Vision guided flight and the Open Source Palm Sized Quadrotor

See the projects page for all projects.

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