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About Paul Baxter

Paul Baxter is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science, College of Science, a member of the Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems (L-CAS), and a member of the Autism Research and Innovation Centre (ARIC). His research interests are broadly in the cross-over between social human-robot interaction (with a particular emphasis on child-robot interaction and educational/health applications) and cognitive/developmental robotics (especially considering memory and cognitive architectures loosely inspired by human cognition). Please refer to his personal homepage for further details of research and activities: http://paul-baxter.github.io/

Department Responsibilities

Secondary School Liaison PGR Progression Panel member

Subject Specialism

Cognitive Robotics, Human-Robot Interaction

Qualifications

  • PhD Developmental Cognitive Robotics — University of Reading,
  • MEng Electronic Engineering — University of Nottingham,

Orcid ID

0000-0002-7299-9234

Research Interests

  • autonomous robotics

  • cognitive architectures

  • developmental robotics

  • human-robot interaction

  • memory-based cognition

  • social robotics

  • educational Robotics

  • robotics and autism

Research in the Lincoln Repository


PhD Supervisor

2 as Director of Studies, 2 as second supervisor

Module Responsibilities

  • Module Delivery Team - CMP2090M Object-Oriented Programming — 2016 to Present
  • Module Delivery Team - CMP2019M Human-Computer Interaction — 2016 to Present
  • Module Delivery Team - CMP3103M Autonomous Mobile Robotics — 2016 to Present

Professional Affiliations

  • RAS-CoRo TC — Member
  • AISB — Member
  • IEEE — Member
  • ACM — Member