Eduardo Castello Ferrer received his Bsc.(Hons) Intelligent Systems from University of Portsmouth (UK) in 2007, and his M. Eng and Ph.D degrees in robotics engineering from Osaka University (Japan) under the guidance of Prof. Hiroshi Ishiguro. During his graduate studies, Eduardo’s research focused on swarms robotics engineering and how to achieve collaborative and self-sustaining groups of robots. Eduardo is currently a Postdoctoral associate at the MIT Media Lab, designing and implementing new machine learning models and decentralized controllers for the whole range of controlled-environment agriculture systems (Food Computer) proposed at the OpenAg initiative. His research interests include swarm and multi-agent robotics systems, decentralized and distributed control, bio-inspired robotic systems and technology transfer procedures.
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