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Omar Khaled Elsayed Mohamed Eldardeer

Post Doc - Fellow
COgNiTive Architecture for Collaborative Technologies
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Biografia

Omar Eldardeer is a Ph.D. student at the University of Genoa and the Italian Institute of Technology. His research is about cognitive robotics architectures, focusing on integrated audio-visual models. Omar received his M.Sc. degree from the University of Essex, the UK in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. He is a young researcher with an interest in robot perception and learning.

Education

Title: Ph.D. Bioengineering and Robotics
Institute: Università di genova
Location: Genova
Country: Italy
From: 2019 To: null

Title: MSc Intelligent Systems and Robotics
Institute: University of Essex
Location: Colchester
Country: UK
From: 2018 To: 2019

Title: BEng. Electrical Energy Engineering
Institute: Cairo University
Location: Cairo
Country: Egypt
From: 2012 To: 2017

All Publications
2021
Eldardeer O., Gonzalez Billandon j., Grasse L., Tata M., Rea F.
A Biological Inspired Cognitive Framework for Memory-Based Multi-sensory Joint Attention in Human-Robot Interactive TasksF
Frontiers in Neurorobotics, vol. Active Vision and Perception in Human-Robot Collaboration
2021
Eldardeer O., Sciutt A., Tata M., Rea F.
Auditory perception for interactive robots: a cognitiveframework to include motor commands and working memory inthe process of auditory sound localization
ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) {Sound in HRI workshop}
Conference Paper Conference
2020
Eldardeer O., Sandini G., Rea F.
A Biological Inspired Cognitive Model of Multi-sensory Joint Attention in Human Robot Collaborative Tasks
IEEE RO-MAN 2020: 29th IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication
Conference Paper Conference
Awards and Achievements
2020
Eldardeer O., Sandini G., Rea F.
Best Paper Award in the AVHRC2020 workshop in ROMAN2020 Conference "A Biological Inspired Cognitive Model of Multi-sensory Joint Attention in Human Robot Collaborative Tasks"