Research in the SoBA Lab explores how we perceive and interact with other agents  in a social world, under the direction of Dr. Richard Ramsey & Professor Emily S. Cross

February 20, 2020

The SoBA Lab in Glasgow is collaborating with the Goethe Institute to offer a 5-week residency for an artist to join the team. The selected artist will work alongside researchers to collaborate in creating art that is inspired by ongoing work in the Social Robots project. Submission deadline is 25th of March 2020 at 23:00 Uhr (GMT). View the ad here.

February 05, 2020

Two new PhD positions are available in the SoBA Lab in Sydney - one under the supervision of Dr. Richard Ramsey (ref: 20201189) and another under the supervision of Prof. Emily Cross (ref: 20201190). These positions are open to top candidates from anywhere in the world with a 4 year undergrad degree or a 3 year degree + MSc. Get in touch with any questions!

December 11, 2019

Kohinoor celebrates graduation and says goodbye to Bangor with family and friends.

November 18, 2019

On Monday 18th November Katie was invited to speak at 'Loving Machines?' - an event exploring our future with robots, and the relationships we might form. In addition to giving a talk at Manchester Cathedral, Katie appeared in a series of short films exploring the topic, and answered questions as part of a panel of experts! Many thanks to Dr Scott Midson (University of Manchester and Lincoln Theological Institute) for the invite.

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Kohinoor rocks her viva and celebrates in style, along with her examiners and Rich. A nice way to sign off from Bangor!