Funding strategic task groups on autonomous systems

November 15, 2019 //By Julien Happich
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The EPSRC UK-RAS Network has issued a call for Strategic Task Groups in robotics and autonomous systems, in a new initiative aimed at boosting the strategic development of RAS in the UK and across the UK-RAS partner network. EPSRC UK-RAS Network members can apply now at https://www.ukras.org/members/strategic-task-groups/

The EPSRC UK-RAS Network is seeking to fund a number of key Strategic Task Groups through which a variety of activities can be organised.  These issue-based interest groups will be initiated by members of the EPSRC UK-RAS Network. In collaboration with the Executive Committee, the task groups will organise and coordinate continuous activities focused on research interests.

The aims of Strategic Task Groups could include:

- identifying research gaps and challenges
- devising roadmaps or strategic solutions via the production of white papers, organisation of robotics challenges, workshops, symposia and conferences
- creating public engagement activities, such as exhibitions, hackathons, festivals, conferences and demonstrations
- promoting academia-industry liaison
- developing scoping projects to explore wider research collaboration opportunities

Activities can span the full spectrum – from basic research to technological development and concrete innovation, developing paths of knowledge transfer, as well as identifying actual and potential academia-industry cooperation. Strategic Task Groups will be instrumental to providing future strategic direction to the UK, the EPSRC UK-RAS Network, and its relationship with other relevant organisations. 
Through these types of activities, the formation of the Strategic Task Groups will aim to help members and non-members of the network become involved with cross–institutional and cross-disciplinary activities, research projects and events; promote ground-up engagement; drive strategic decisions, and influence policy and funding decisions, as well as promote RAS research within the UK.


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