Quantum Mulit-body Dynamics, Robotics & Autonomy
This talk is about the integration of quantum technology and robotics.
We are tackling the intersection between Quantum Technology and Robotic System Autonomy. We want to bring together Quantum Technologies and Robotics/System Autonomy to explore the potential for future applications in advanced autonomy, mechatronics, autonomy, security and cyber-physical systems in multiple domains. Our research focuses on the engineering applications of quantum paradigms (protocols, algorithms, sensing and control techniques) that will enable new applications and capabilities for increased autonomy of macroscopic systems as robotic platforms (not only the science of Quantum or quantum computing).
The research includes the experimental aspects of quantum entanglement and cryptography that can be demonstrated, and their integration and testing with multi-agent robotic controls. Our Quantum Multibody Dynamics research is an initiative with applications to robotics, controls, and autonomy with unmatched quantum capabilities such as Guaranteed Security, Ultimate Speed for control, and entanglement, which allows capabilities beyond any classical and existing engineering techniques in cooperative multi-agent robotics, controls, and autonomy.
This original research is carried out by Dr. Farbod Khoshnoud, Professor Clarence W. De Silva of University of British Columbia, Dr. Marco Quadrelli of JPL, Professor Ibrahim I. Esat of Brunel University and etc. An example of the research is: https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/2007/2007.15249.pdf