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Departmental Lecturer Position Now Open

Departmental Lecturer in Robotics Oxford Robotics Institute, Department of Engineering Science, Parks Road, Oxford Grade 8: £40,792 - £53,174 p.a. Click here to apply We are seeking a full-time Departmental Lecturer in Robotics to join Oxford Robotics Institute at the Department of Engineering Science (central Oxford). The post is funded by EU, EPSRC and Industrial [...]

Departmental Lecturer Position Now Open2019-06-21T14:39:34+01:00

ORI at ICRA 2019

Oxford Robotics Institute past and present at ICRA 2019 in Montreal! Back Row: Ioannis Havoutis, Matt Gadd, Roberto Aldera, Chris Prahacs, Horia Porav, Paul Newman, Ingmar Posner, Rob Weston, Adrián Peñate Sánchez, Tim Tang Front Row: Marco Camurri, Perla Maiolino, Maurice Fallon, Sarah Cen, Alex Bewley, Will Maddern ORI are regular attendees at [...]

ORI at ICRA 20192019-05-30T15:27:08+01:00

ORI run the Oxford Town and Gown 10k

The ORI Running Group On Sunday the 11th of May, ORI's finest athletes embarked on the Oxford Town and Gown 10 Kilometre race. This motley bunch consisted of Bruno, Oiwi, Simon V and Stephen K. It was a fine May morning and it appeared that the masses would be out for the spectacle and sunshine. So as [...]

ORI run the Oxford Town and Gown 10k2019-05-23T11:26:37+01:00

ORI Student Ollie Groth explores AI’s Legal Implications at Google, Berlin

Oliver Groth, a 2nd year PhD student at ORI, was invited to give a talk in Berlin at @KIT19, an annual German conference about legal aspects of IT development. This year’s issue was hosted by Google and focused on the ramifications of self-learning and autonomous systems once they are released into the public space. [...]

ORI Student Ollie Groth explores AI’s Legal Implications at Google, Berlin2019-04-09T15:03:45+01:00

ORI Volunteer at St Paul’s Girls’ School as Robotics Mentor

Over the past few months, one of our 2nd year DPhil students, Mark Finean, has been volunteering as a robotics mentor to a group of girls pursuing their A levels at St Paul’s Girls’ School (SPGS) in London. For a school project, they wished to learn more about robots and investigate how they could [...]

ORI Volunteer at St Paul’s Girls’ School as Robotics Mentor2019-04-01T11:16:03+01:00

Engineering Science announces new Head of Department

Professor Ronald A. Roy has been announced as the new Head of the Department of Engineering Science from September 2019. Professor Ron Roy will take over from Professor Lionel Tarassenko, who guided the Department through a five-year period of extraordinary growth and impact. Please read full article here

Engineering Science announces new Head of Department2019-03-27T09:50:43+01:00


As we bask in the warmest February on record and into sunny March it may be hard to remember that just one short year ago snow was ravaging Englands green and pleasant land as the "Beast from the East" descended. ORI, being the excellent planners and weather forecasters that we are, were abroad in [...]

ORI on ICE2019-03-18T12:17:23+01:00

CDT Week at ORI

Last week (commencing 4th March 2019) the CDT DPhil students returned to ORI for their second instalment of their robotics taster weeks supported by a team of second year PhD students from Mobile Robotics (MRG) and Applied Artificial Intelligence (A2I) groups. The Students were presented with a small wheeled robot on Monday morning, the [...]

CDT Week at ORI2019-03-13T10:48:32+01:00

DPhil students study Dynamic Robot Locomotion

16 first year DPhil students from the AIMS CDT spent a week at ORI studying Dynamic Locomotion led by students from the Dynamic Robot Systems Group (DRS). The hands on course was focused around the ANYmal robot (from ANYbotics) and its simulator. After a series of introductory lectures to ROS and research topics such as [...]

DPhil students study Dynamic Robot Locomotion2019-03-03T08:20:45+01:00

Betty at Blenheim Palace

Betty is a mobile service robot from the Oxford Robotics Institute. She has been extensively used the GOALS group to demonstrate long-term autonomous behaviour in real-world dynamic environments. Her software was originally developed by a European consortium as part of the STRANDS Project. In that project Betty and [...]

Betty at Blenheim Palace2019-06-24T14:29:29+01:00