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Matthew Howard

Dr Matthew Howard

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Research interests

  • Engineering

Biography

Dr Howard's research interests include machine learning for robotic applications, optimal control and reinforcement learning, imitation learning and programming by demonstration and variable impedance actuation and control.

Research Interests

  • Machine learning for robotic applications
  • Optimal control and reinforcement learning
  • Imitation learning and programming by demonstration
  • Variable impedance actuation and control

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    Research

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    Design & Mechatronics

    Fusing mechanical, electrical and control engineering.

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    Signals & Control

    Applying signal processing and control to generate adaptive intelligent systems.

    networking
    Data-Centric Engineering

    Applying machine learning to engineering challenges

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    Centre for Robotics Research

    The group develops solutions to critical challenges faced in society where robot-centric approaches can improve outcomes.

    News

    'Diversity is the key to innovation': King's ushers in next generation of engineers at first Girls into Electronics event

    School age girls were invited to learn the basics of electronics and engineering at the Quad Labs earlier this month.

    JL_NMES Open Day-1 THUMBNAIL

    Festive science for local schools at Christmas Lectures 2017

    On Tuesday 5 December, the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences’ Christmas Lectures 2017 brought a festive flavour to the research being undertaken...

    Dr Martin Bishop

    NMES Women in Science Week 2016

    On Wednesday 5 October we held our own Ada Lovelace Day in the Faculty of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, an event to round off a week of activities to...

    I Love Ada badges

    Exhibition to showcase work by King's artists-in-residence

    Over the past year three artists-in-residence, from the King’s Artists programme, have been based in the Department of Informatics. Nassia Inglessis, The...

    Collage of King's artists-in-residence work

    Discover Science: Ada Lovelace Schools Celebration

    Women in Science Week at King’s College London is not only intended to celebrate the incredible women already working and studying in the Faculty of Natural &...

    I Love Ada badges

    Informatics success at King's Awards

    The King’s Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of staff and alumni. The nominees this year were of an exceptionally high standard and there was a...

    Close up of King's Awards

    Royal Party opens Bush House

    Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, met robotics and artificial intelligence researchers from the Department of...

    Her Majesty The Queen opens Bush House

      Research

      kickstarter-robot-image
      Design & Mechatronics

      Fusing mechanical, electrical and control engineering.

      1908x558_microphone
      Signals & Control

      Applying signal processing and control to generate adaptive intelligent systems.

      networking
      Data-Centric Engineering

      Applying machine learning to engineering challenges

      main-article-metamorphic-hand new 7 (final new)
      Centre for Robotics Research

      The group develops solutions to critical challenges faced in society where robot-centric approaches can improve outcomes.

      News

      'Diversity is the key to innovation': King's ushers in next generation of engineers at first Girls into Electronics event

      School age girls were invited to learn the basics of electronics and engineering at the Quad Labs earlier this month.

      JL_NMES Open Day-1 THUMBNAIL

      Festive science for local schools at Christmas Lectures 2017

      On Tuesday 5 December, the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences’ Christmas Lectures 2017 brought a festive flavour to the research being undertaken...

      Dr Martin Bishop

      NMES Women in Science Week 2016

      On Wednesday 5 October we held our own Ada Lovelace Day in the Faculty of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, an event to round off a week of activities to...

      I Love Ada badges

      Exhibition to showcase work by King's artists-in-residence

      Over the past year three artists-in-residence, from the King’s Artists programme, have been based in the Department of Informatics. Nassia Inglessis, The...

      Collage of King's artists-in-residence work

      Discover Science: Ada Lovelace Schools Celebration

      Women in Science Week at King’s College London is not only intended to celebrate the incredible women already working and studying in the Faculty of Natural &...

      I Love Ada badges

      Informatics success at King's Awards

      The King’s Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of staff and alumni. The nominees this year were of an exceptionally high standard and there was a...

      Close up of King's Awards

      Royal Party opens Bush House

      Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, met robotics and artificial intelligence researchers from the Department of...

      Her Majesty The Queen opens Bush House