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Brendan Tidd

Brendan Tidd

Brendan graduated from QUT in 2017 with a Bachelor of Engineering majoring in Mechatronics, achieving first class honors. In 2016 Brendan developed a tethered underwater vessel as part of QUT’s entry to the Robotx Maritime challenge and travelled with the team to Hawaii. TeamQUT competed against 13 universities from around the world, and took out second place.

Joining the Centre in late 2017 under the supervision of Dr Juxi Leitner and Distinguished Professor Peter Corke, Brendan is working towards predictive gait planning for a bipedal robot using vision and machine learning techniques. The working title of his thesis is: “You can tell by the way I use my walk”, vision based predictive motion planning for a walking robot in unstructured environments using reinforcement learning.

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