Lund University is a research intensive university with over 2400 researchers with a large portfolio of research projects. The experience from EU funded research is significant. In Horizon 2020 researchers participate in more than 130 projects in all areas of research and from the first framework programme and onwards in more than 1000 projects.
The Lund University Robotics Laboratory is co-owned by Dept. Automatic Control and Dept. Computer Science and performs research in Artificial Intelligence for Robotics, in particular knowledge representation of robotic skills, human-robot interaction and mixed-initiative communication with the user, teaching by demonstration, and natural language processing.
Lund University will support the developments of SkiROS to include improved semantic knowledge databases and reasoning. This will help to properly parameterise robot movements in the assembly skill of Task T4.2.