Control & Robotics Research Group

Code TEP 192 in the Andalusian Plan for Research, Development and Innovation.
A remarkedly qualified team ...

We are an R&D group from the University of Huelva, which is part of the Scientific-Technological Centre of Huelva, and as part of the Agri-Food International Campus of Excellence ceiA3.

Since its outset in 2001, the Control and Robotics Research Group has progressed to its current expertise. From it, other groups have grown and the number of staff has reduced to 14 members, of which 12 are PhDs.

José Manuel Andújar Márquez is the lead researcher of the group and, today, has been awarded more than € 7.5 million in competitive calls fundings.

``A machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. But no machine can do the work of an extraordinary man.``

Elbert Hubbard

Research and Development Areas

The R&D group is made up of experts in different areas of technology research and development
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Remote Labs, Communications and Networks

Wired and wireless communication systems.More info »
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Artificial Vision

Image capture, analysis and extraction of knowledge.More info »
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Robotics

Robotic platforms and artificial vision systems.More info »
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Engineering Education

Teaching innovation to improve learning deficiencies.More info »
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Energy Efficiency and Rehabilitation in Buildings

Reduce gas emissions caused by energy consumption.More info »
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Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS)

RPAS research and development in the hardware and software.More info »
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Control Engineering

Design of general non-linear control systems.More info »
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Electronic Power Systems

Hardware/software design of power conditioners.More info »
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Sustainable Mobility and Road Safety

Transportation systems that respect the environment.More info »
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Intelligent Electricity Grids

Design, modelling, simulation and implementation.More info »
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Photovoltaic and Wind Systems

Design of systems for renewable energies.More info »
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H2 Technologies

Hydrogen production, storage and applications.More info »
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R+D projects

Featured Projects

The Control & Robotics Group has participated in European, national and regional projects, managing over € 7M in competitive call funding.

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