Carl Bettosi

📍Edinburgh, UK

🤖 Human-Robot Interaction 🧠 Robot Learning 🏥 Healthcare Technology


I am a third-year PhD student in Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT). My first supervisor is Professor Lynne Baillie and second Professor Susan Shenkin. I am a member of the Interactive and Trustworthy Technologies research group, where my research focuses on long-term behavioural learning for robot-assisted recovery after critical injury, which you can read more about here. Prior to this, I completed degrees in BSc (Hons) Computer Science and MSc Artificial Intelligence and have worked in technology consultancy focussing on digital transformation. Alongside my PhD, I regularly partake in various teaching and public outreach activities, and have completed work as a Research Associate on the FEATHER project, designing an intelligent agent for the early detection of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs). I am always looking to speak to new people and hear about new opportunities, so if you are interested in anything on this website please do reach out!

📢 Latest Updates

Mar 27, 2024 🎤 I visited the Fourier Intelligence showroom in 🇲🇾Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to present our research work currently being undertaken at The National Robotarium. More info here.
Mar 14, 2024 🎤 I presented our 3 papers accepted to TAHRI, and the HRI conference in 🇺🇸Boulder, Colorado. Check out these papers here.
Feb 21, 2024 🎤 I presented at the Vitalise Health and Wellbeing Living Lab Symposium in 🇧🇪 Brussels, Belgium. Read more about the associated project here.
Feb 8, 2024 📄 Our paper ‘A Systematic Approach to Modeling Structured Behavior in Social Robots’ has been accepted for presentation at the 2024 International Symposium on Technological Advances in Human-Robot Interaction (TAHRI).
Jan 30, 2024 📄 I will be attending the LEAP-HRI workshop at the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI) 2024, where I will present our paper ‘Designing Long-Term Interaction for Robot-Assisted Recovery after Critical Injury’.
Jan 29, 2024 📄 Our Late Breaking Report titled ‘A Robot-Administered ICU Confusion Assessment with Brain-Computer Interface Control’ has been accepted to the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI) 2024.
Dec 14, 2023 🇦🇹 We have just wrapped up a month working with Austrian Institute of Technology(AIT) and tech2people in Vienna on the Vitalise project! Read more here.