- Prof, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.Cezary Zieliński
His research interests focus on robotics in general and especially include: robot programming methods (robot programming languages and robot programming frameworks), multi-robot system controllers, robot kinematics, robot force control, visual servo control, utilisation of sensors in robot control, behavioural and hybrid (behavioural-deliberative) control of robots, general purpose programming languages, mechatronics, design of digital circuits. He is the author/coauthor of over 120 conference and journal papers concerned with the above mentioned research subjects.
- Prof, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.Włodzimierz Kasprzak
Research interests: image and speech analysis, computer vision, pattern recognition and artificial intelligence.
- Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.Wojciech Szynkiewicz
His main scientific interests focus on grasp planning, and manipulator trajectory planning
- Ph.D., Eng.Tomasz Winiarski
His scientific interests focus on manipulator and gripper control (programming frameworks, force control, force and visual sensor data fusion for control purposes) and specialized mobile robots design.
- M.Sc., Eng.Maciej Stefańczyk
His main research interests include the use of visual information on many fields, including robotics and computer entertainment systems.
- M.Sc., Eng.Dawid Seredyński
His main scientific interests focus on grasp planning, manipulator trajectory planning and development of robotic applications
- M.Sc., Eng.Maksym Figat
His main scientific interests focus on automatic metods of robot control systems geneneration
- M.Sc., Eng.Wojciech Dudek
His scientific interests focus on mobile robot control systems, their localization and navigation and harmonization of their tasks
- M.Sc., Eng.Maciej Węgierek
His scientific interests focus on robot control systems and theirs specification
Previous, sabbatical and retired team members
- Ph.D., Eng.Maciej Staniak
His scientific interests focus on image recognition and visual servoing
- Ph.D., Eng.Tomasz Kornuta
His scientific interests span from engineering of robot control software (programming frameworks, design patterns, model-driven engineering), to robot ontologies (formalization of knowledge, enabling further automatic processing and realization of complex tasks expressed in an abstract, symbolic manner), to development of intelligent robot behaviors (active perception, visual servoing, force sensing) to robot perception (mainly visual, RGB-D!).
- Ph.D., Eng.Piotr Trojanek
His scientific interests focus on mobile robot navigation and robotic systems specification
- M.Sc., Eng.Michał Walęcki
- M.Sc., Eng.Jan Figat
His main fields of interests are Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence. The crux of his research is an automatic modelling of the complex objects, based on the information from the RGB-D sensor, in order to apply these models to detect objects in a robot's working environment.
- Konrad Banachowicz
His main scientific interests focus on manipulator hardware and software development, especially low-level motor and sensor drivers, and robotic system calibration