Riadh Zaier

Sultan Qaboos University Oman

Dr. Riadh Zaier received his M.Eng. and Dr. Eng. Degrees, both in Discrete-Time Tracking Control Systems from the Department of Systems Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, in 1996 and 1999, respectively. He joined Fujitsu Automation Ltd. in 1999. Then he joined Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., as a researcher in 2004. He has been conducting a leading research on the biologically inspired locomotion control for humanoid robots. He developed a neural network that generates robust and smooth motions for Fujitsu humanoid robot HOAP, which is commercially available. He has several patents pending and a granted US patent (7,482,775). He is currently an assistant professor of Mechatronics Engineering Program at Sultan Qaboos University. His research interests are in the broad area of intelligent sensing and information fusion. He is a Member of IEEE and Robotics Society of Japan (RSJ).

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This book provides state of the art scientific and engineering research findings and developments in the field of humanoid robotics and its applications. It is expected that humanoids will change the way we interact with machines, and will have the ability to blend perfectly into an environment already designed for humans. The book contains chapters that aim to discover the future abilities of humanoid robots by presenting a variety of integrated research in various scientific and engineering fields, such as locomotion, perception, adaptive behavior, human-robot interaction, neuroscience and machine learning. The book is designed to be accessible and practical, with an emphasis on useful information to those working in the fields of robotics, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, computational methods and other fields of science directly or indirectly related to the development and usage of future humanoid robots. The editor of the book has extensive R&D experience, patents, and publications in the area of humanoid robotics, and his experience is reflected in editing the content of the book.

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