EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Agri-Food Robotics: AgriFoRwArdS - IMG_0842

Dr Amir Ghalamzan Esfahani

Research Interests

Amir’s research interests include robotic grasping and manipulation, agri-food robotics, teleoperation, shared control, variable autonomy, robot learning from demonstration and surgical robotics.


Read more about Amir on their University of Lincoln profile here.

Project Supervision

Primary Supervisor:

Cohort 1 CDT Student Willow Mandil, who is working with Berry Garden’s on their PhD project titled ‘Data-driven methods for detecting fruit and planning harvesting actions in dense cluster (DPFH)’.

Cohort 3 CDT Student Samuel Carter, who is working with 2 Sisters Food Group on their PhD project titled ‘Learning robot navigation and manipulation from demonstrations’.

Secondary Supervisor:

Cohort 2 CDT Student Grzegorz Sochacki, who is working with Beko on their PhD project titled ‘Low-Cost Dextrous Robots for Food and Tool Handling’.

Cohort 2 CDT Student Haris Matsantonis, who is working with MathWorks on their PhD project titled ‘Design and implementation of a machine vision system to promote precision agriculture innovation using novel Geometric Algebra techniques’.