A Tentacled, Flexible Breakthrough

July 29 2014

The Poseidrone project on the New York Times

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PhD Programme in BioRobotics Call for applications NOW ON LINE

The Call for Application for the PhD programme in BioRobotics, for next Academic Year 2014/2015 is NOW ON LINE!

For further rinformation you can contact the PhD Programme in BioRobotics Secretariat:
Ms. Federica Radici
tel +39050883420
email: f.radici@sssup.it

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RoboSoft CA First Plenary Meeting

Pontedera, March 31 2014

The first RoboSoft Plenary Meeting will take place on March 31-April 1, 2014 at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa, Italy
The RoboSoft Plenary Meeting will involve the members of the RoboSoft Community, stakeholders, external experts and representative scientists and researchers of different disciplines, young scientists and students. The meeting will follow a combined presentation (invited speakers and cont... [MORE]

Biorobotics and new technologies for marine robotics

Livorno, 18 June 2013

The Research Centre on Sea Technologies and Marine Robotics of the BioRobotics Institute and the Acquario di Livorno presents the “Biorobotics and new technologies for marine robotics” within the events at "Primavera della Scienza 2013".

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The Research Centre on Sea Technologies and Marine Robotics is part of The BioRobotics Institute of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, a world recognised insititution for higher education and research, ranked as the best small athenaeum in Italy in 2013 according to ANVUR's classification (National Agency for the Evaluation of the Research and University System).
The BioRobotics Institute is one of the top italian institutions at delivering excellent research in robotics, focussing on a broad range of topics which span from humanoid robotics to surgical robotics, neuro robotics, soft robotics and marine robotics.
At the Research Centre on Sea Technologies and Marine Robotics research is conducted on surface and underwater autonomous systems, undewater manipulator control and environmental sensors as well as on bioinspired aquatic robots.


The Research Centre on Sea Technologies and Marine Robotics is committed to delivering higher education by hiring highly motivated newly graduated students wishing to persue a PhD in robotics, control, biology and mechanical engineering as well as offering the chance to do MSc level thesis. The Research Centre on Sea Technologies and Marine Robotics is open to hosting PostDocs from international and national institutions interested in the topics of relevance to the activities of the laboratory.
The laboratory is strongly involved in science dissemination as well as promoting the divulgation of science to high-school students. Each year the laboratory hosts a number of selected students from local liceums and technological institutes to spend a week and carry out small projects.