LIREC - Living with Robots and Interactive Companions at the Heriot-Watt University in collaboration with other five universities, two research institutes and two companies spread across seven European countries (Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Sweden and United Kingdom). The LIREC project is organised into 11 workpackages (WP). I work on WP4 whose main objective is to develop the robot’s memory, in particular an autobiographic emotionally-tagged memory.
Artificial Homeostatic Systems applied to Robot Autonomous Navigation and Control - in collaboration with Professor Phil Husbands’s research group at the Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics (CCNR) within the Department of Informatics at the University of Sussex, England, United Kingdom.
CLARINet - an Immune Learning Classifier Network for Autonomous Navigation on a Real Khepera II ® Robot
Makespan Minimization on Parallel Processors: An Immune-Based Approach
Application of Learning Classifier Systems to the On Line Reconfiguration of Electric Power Distribution Networks