22 Apr 2021 • 

Webinar: From Autonomous Spacecraft to Assistive Living


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This is similar to her excellent webinar on the anniversary of the birth of Aa Lovelace, on 10 December. Beginning with her work in the space .. Read more industry developing computer systems for demonstration satellites and science payloads and ending with her current research in assistive and rehabilitation technologies to support people living with physical and/or cognitive challenges such as stroke survivors. She is Director of Research and Professor of Computer Science in the School of Built Environment, Engineering, and Computing, Leeds Beckett University. She holds, from the Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey, a PhD in Space Systems Autonomy (autonomous spacecraft) from the Surrey Space Centre, a Master’s in Satellite Engineering and Bachelor in Electronic Engineering. Dorothy began her career in space technology R&D at Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd, developing on-board computers and control systems for spacecraft. She became interested in Artificial Intelligence during her PhD research at the Surrey Space Centre, applying machine learning methods and techniques to autonomous spacecraft. Much of her work is in the healthcare domain developing ICT-based 'intelligent' systems to enable people living with dementia to remain longer at home and to support the rehabilitation of Stroke survivors.

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