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Event Driven Perception for Robotics
We exploit the event-driven sensing and neuromorphic processing to endow robots with improved energetic and behavioural autonomy
Bio-inspiration to exploit neural computational primitives implemented on neuromorphic hardware is our focal point. We also explore engineered methodologies for event-driven processing with hard real-time constraints.
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Exploring the World
Event-driven sensors generate information only with movement, static stimuli can only be perceived upon exploratory actions.
Robots need to be aware of human presence and actions for safety and to engage in collaborative actions.
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Workshop on Neuromorphic perception, soft robotics and bio-inspiration
Our laboratory shared amazing ideas with other bioinspired Research Lines. Let's collaborate!
IEEE Women in Engineering 2021
Chiara Bartolozzi, is an invited speaker at INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT WOMEN IN ENGINEERING 2021.
Chiara Bartolozzi, PI of EDPR, is a speaker at the NEUROSpritz event talking about neuroscience and robotics.
Event-based asynchronous neuro-cognitive control 2019
Chiara Bartolozzi presented "The Neuromorphic iCub" at EANCC workshop in Amsterdam 2019.
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