Sabine Hauert, PHD

Lecturer in Robotics, President of Robohub

Sabine Hauert is a swarm engineer interested in designing large collective systems that self-organize.

Swarm strategies are either inspired from nature (ant colonies and bird flocks) or are automatically designed in simulation using machine learning and crowdsourcing.

Demonstrated applications include designing swarming nanoparticles for cancer treatment and deploying large aerial swarms for communication relay.

In addition to engineering artificial swarm systems, Sabine aims in the future to use automatic swarm design to understand natural self-organized systems such as those found in the brain or the immune system.

Find out more about her work at sabinehauert.com.

Watch Sabine’s TedX on nano-medicine on youtube.

Follow these links to learn more about Robohub and Bristol Robotics Laboratory

My Sessions

SavedByTech Day 1


SavedByTech sessions will explore a range of topics over two days on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th May, 2017. All SavedByTech sessions will run in The Junction theatre. Get my tickets