The Adaptive Behaviour Research Group (ABRG) aims to understand of animal and human behaviour by studying computer models of neural circuits and the behaviour patterns of robots using these models. We are a multi-disciplinary group drawing on ideas from computational neuroscience, adaptive behaviour, neuroscience, ethology, evolutionary biology, connectionism and robotics. Founded in 1996, the group has developed a number of biomimetic robot models mainly focusing on mammal-like robots.
Sheffield Robotics People:
Stuart P. Wilson