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EUREKA Robotics Lab

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As one of the flagship research clusters at the Cardiff School of Technologies, EUREKA Robotics Lab is the innovative research hub nested in the School of Technologies, Cardiff Metropolitan University, serving Wales and global stakeholders.

Partnering with international collaborators from companies and universities, the current research strands in the Lab are: Social and Service Robotics for (1) STEAM Education for schools in Wales; (2) Healthcare; and (3) Tourism & Hospitality. EUREKA stands for Ethical-Ubiquitous Robotics driving Economy and Knowledge Accelerator with the meaning of “exclamation of satisfaction on discovering something, solving a problem, finding a solution with fun and engaging experience”.

Grounding on the artificial intelligence techniques and data visualisation & analytics capacities, the lab aims to educate and research the service and social humanoid robotics, from the world-class research inquiry and education innovation.

Founder of the Lab and PI: Dr Esyin Chew
Email: echew@cardiffmet.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 292041 6249
Address: O2.56, O2.37, Cardiff School of Technologies, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Western Avenue, Cardiff CF5 2YB, UK.

Latest News:

EUREKA Robotics Lab (2019) is named by the International Trade Department of the UK government as one of the specialist centres in the UK to access Social/ Service Robotics facilities and long-term healthcare robotics R&D.

Cardiff Met (2019) Industry focused with placement opportunities, our brand new integrated BEng/MEng Robotics Engineering is available for Sept 2020 entry.

Joel Pinney (2019) EUREKA Robotics Lab Interns Experience: Studying Computer Science at Cardiff met helped me achieve what I deemed to be impossible.

Dr Esyin Chew (2019) Visited Robopreneur Sdn Bhd (Ltd) @Futurise Centre, Cyberjaya. Proud to see Malaysian made robotics technologies: smart micro-controller, RobotRookie and 3D printed Robot Adam with natural English conversation.

Professor Jon Platts is invited to speak at the 4th World Congress of Robotics, 31 Aug - 1 Sept 2019, Shenyang, China.

Further news @eurekarobot