Welcome to the Robotics Forum - a network of excellence at Imperial College London. The College has extensive robotics activity, forming one of the largest European networks.

The Robotics Forum is a network of excellence at Imperial College London, founded in 2015. It connects 40+ principal investigators pursuing cutting-edge research in robotics from across multiple departments and faculties. Over the years, the network has collectively generated over 2,400 publications, 64 patents, and secured over £150M in funding. It employs 100+ post-doctoral research associates and research fellows, and oversees more than 200 PhD and EngD students. Its research has led to the creation of 16+ companies and benefits from 50+ ongoing industrial partnerships.

Our research covers various aspects of basic and applied robotics research including mechatronics systems design and control, autonomous systems and artificial intelligence, medical and rehabilitation robotics, computer vision, human and social robotics. All the laboratories affiliated with the Robotics Forum can be found below.