Thanks to everyone who came along to Robotronica 2019.
Stay tuned for event photos and the 2019 Recap video.
Humans are irrational. At least, a robot would think so… for now.PhD researcher Lauren Fell is working on a framework that will help robots understand how humans make decisions based on facial cues.
A simulator that trains robots must first be trained by the robot it’s required to train.While this seems like a conundrum, QUT PhD researcher Jack Collins is solving it using motion capture technology to enhancing robotic performance.
QUT Gardens Point Precinct is very well serviced by public transport. We suggest using the TransLink Journey Planner to plan your travel.
There are two QUT parking facilities on campus within short walking distance: Science and Engineering Centre (P-block) and under the Freeway. A flat rate of $10 per entry applies on weekends, however we expect these parking lots to fill quickly on the day. Both have disabled parking spaces.
Eat and drink
There are several cafes on site, QUT Bookshop and Café, The Pantry at Old Government House, Artisans, Aroma Café, Raw Press, gourmet burger bar Burger Urge or take a break from the hustle with something stronger at the Botanic Bar.