Dr. Theo Theodoridis
School of Science, Engineering and Environment
I received the BE degree in automation engineering from the Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus, Greece, the MSc degree in embedded systems and robotics, and the PhD degree in intelligent crime-recognition robots from the University of Essex, UK. I worked as a full time postdoctoral senior research officer (EPSRC grand), at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), focusing on multimodal human-robot interfaces and visual guidance as well as pattern recognition control methods. Currently I am working as a lecturer in robotics and embedded systems in the school of Computing, Science & Engineering at the University of Salford. I am a reviewer and author of several leading learning journals of the field.
Areas of research
Service Robotics, AI, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, SLAM
Robotics and Embedded Systems
- Embedded Systems & RTOS
- Advanced Embedded Systems
AI robotics related to machine learning and classical AI, computer vision, fuzzy and probabilistic reasoning, behaviour-based and intelligent control, and quantum computation.
PhD in Crime Recognition Surveillance Robots
MSc in Embedded Systems and Robotics
BEng in Automation Engineering
IEEE robotics and automation
IEEE evolutionary computation