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robotsResearchDigital Design DepartmentEntrepreneurshipstartups
Robot professor Kasper Støy has founded Flow Robotics, which lets a robot take over repetitive pipetting tasks that lead to hand and arm injuries among lab workers.
robotsDigital Design DepartmentResearchartificial intelligence
Inspired by the black ghost knifefish, two researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen have developed a soft robot that taught itself to swim. By means of an evolutionary algorithm, the artificial fish has discovered a swimming technique resembling that which the knife fish developed through natural evolution.
robotsComputer Science DepartmentResearchDigital Design DepartmentSebastian Risi
In just 13 minutes, a newly developed robot printer can transform an aluminum wire with little motors attached into a functional robot that can be recycled and reused for other purposes. Researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU), MIT and Columbia, among others, are behind the invention, which might eventually be used in space or in disaster situations.
robotsComputer Science DepartmentResearchAndrzej WasowskiClaus BrabrandYvonne Dittrichgrants
In a new EU funded project, researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen and European partners will work to improve quality assurance in a platform for industrial robot programming.
robotsDigital Design DepartmentResearchdigital art
Soft robots made from materials like silicone have the potential to change what we use robots for and challenge how we perceive them, says PhD student Jonas Jørgensen, who uses his combined background as a physicist and art historian in his experiments with the technology.
robotsComputer Science DepartmentAndrzej WasowskiPhilippe BonnetKasper Støysoftware
With the new professorships, ITU is strengthening its Software and Systems section.
robotsResearchKasper StøyBusiness IT Department
It’s possible to convert urine into electricity, but so far only to an extent where a mobile phone can be charged. Now researchers at the IT University of Copenhagen have built a robot that can help us find out whether organic waste is usable as a sustainable energy source.
robotsComputer Science DepartmentResearchgreen ITKasper Støy
A new, user-friendly robot has the potential to revolutionize workflows in laboratories worldwide. The driving force behind the invention is ITU-researcher Kasper Støy, who will commercialize the idea in a new spin-out company.
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