Title BioMorphic Intelligence Lab Kick-off Event and Symposium Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet TU Delft Media type Web Duration/Length/Size 1 pag. Country/Territory Netherlands Date 30/11/22 Description Drones that look and act like forest animals giving us information about the effects of climate change on forest biodiversity. Search and rescue aerial robots that can blindly feel their way around pitch dark disaster areas the way humans would. The new BioMorphic Intelligence Lab, headed by lab directors Dr. Salua Hamaza at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering and Dr. Nergis Tömen at the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, researches bio-inspired solutions for aerial robots. These robots are valuable tools, for example for saving forests through ecology monitoring, helping farmers with their harvest, and for search and rescue missions.
The lab is now up and running. On 2 December 2022, the PhD students at the lab will present themselves and their research topics. The symposium and kick-off event is open to all staff and (Master) students who have an interest in biologically inspired aerial robotics.
URL https://www.tudelft.nl/evenementen/2022/lr/biomorphic-intelligence-lab-kick-off-event-and-symposium Persons S. Wang, M.R. Araghi, A. Bredenbeck, A. Micheli, C. Ye, J.P. R Ramirez, C. Feng, L. Zheng, S. Hamaza