AIRO is a research team part of the research group IDLab. Our team is lead by Prof. Joni Dambre, Prof. Francis wyffels, and Prof. Tony Belpaeme. Together with our team of researchers and students, we work on interdisciplinary research in the fields of AI and Robotics, ranging from social robotics to fringe machine learning. The lab has vast experience with neural networks and ended up several times as a winning team in international Kaggle competitions on image recognition. Get a full overview of the fundamental and applied research problems we tackle on research page.
|Sep 22, 2023||
PhD Position - Bio-inspired research on seahorse tails
We are seeking a passionate PhD candidate to explore bio-inspired research, focusing on seahorse tails and its application potentials in robotics.
|Jun 20, 2023||
PhD position - AI-models for Computer analysis of Sign language communication
We have a vacancy for a PhD student to work on sign language technologies.
|Jun 11, 2023||
PhD Position - Research on an AI Buddy for Instructional Feedback
We offer a fully funded PhD Scholarship for Research on an AI Buddy for Instructional Feedback.
|Jun 1, 2023||
We won the ICRA 2023 cloth folding competition
In May, we won the cloth folding competition at ICRA 2023. We were the only team who completed all three tasks of the competition.
|May 17, 2023||
Robotic folding at imec ITF 2023
World ITF World is a conference that brings 2000 technology experts together. We were present with our work on robotic manipulation of challenging objects.