Carl Bettosi

Human-Robot Interaction • Human-Computer Interaction • Reinforcement Learning


I am a second-year PhD student in Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT). I am supervised by Professor Lynne Baillie and a member of the Interactive and Trustworthy Technologies research group. My research focuses on learning personalised and adaptive behaviour for socially assistive robots to aid physical recovery after critical injury. You can read more about my project here. Prior to this, I completed degrees in BSc (Hons) Computer Science and MSc Arifiticial Intelligence and have worked in technology consultancy focussing mainly on cyber-security and digital transformation. Besides teaching roles at the University, I also work for Moment One as an AI developer. We are a start-up focussed on creating personalised digital care for chronic conditions. I am always interested in speaking to new people. If you are interested in anything on this website please reach out!