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About Charles Fox

Dr Charles Fox researches agricultural robotics, autonomous vehicles, pattern recognition and data. Current projects include the Ibex autonomous hill-farm weed-spraying robot system, human interactions with self-driving cars using game theory, and data science analytics with geographic data. Dr Fox studied at the University of Cambridge and University of Edinburgh and obtained his DPhil from the Robotics Research Group at the University of Oxford. He worked as a data-driven high-frequency hedge fund trader in London then as a researcher at the Sheffield Center for Robotics and as an autonomous vehicle fellow at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. For publications see: ; For biography see: Location: INB3104 Surgery hour: Thu term time 13:30-14:30, from Oct 4 2018

Subject Specialism

Robotics, pattern recognition, agricultural automation

Research Interests

  • agricultural automation

  • robotics

  • pattern recongnition

  • machine learning

  • data science

  • bio-inspired robotics

  • autonomous vehicles

Research in the Lincoln Repository

Module Responsibilities

  • Lecturer - Computer Architecture @ University of Lincoln — 2017 to Present
  • Module manager - Foundations of Robotics — 2018 to Present
  • Module manager - Data Science for Transport @ University of Leeds — 2016 to 2017