PhD research Student
Dom joined Loughborough University in 2013 as an Engines and Powertrains Research Technician whilst completing his engineering degree. He was awarded his BSc(Hons) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Loughborough Unveristy in 2017.
Dom joined the Intelligent Automation Centre in December 2017 to undertake his PhD.
He has extensive technical experience in the automotive industry and is a member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.
Dom's current research is on Robot Learning for Human-Robots Collaboration. The idea is to have a robot assistant capable of carrying out previously unseen complex tasks without having to explicitly program it. This will enable anyone to successfully and efficiently collaborate with robots in industrial, service or social environments.
PhD Title: Novel Methods to Enhance Safe Physical Collaboration between Humans and Robots for Industrial Application.