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Robot Talk Episode 87 – Isabelle Ormerod

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31 May 2024



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Claire chatted to Isabelle Ormerod from the University of Bristol all about human-centred design and women in robotics.

Isabelle Ormerod is a PhD student at Bristol Robotics Lab in the Design and Manufacturing Futures Lab. Her professional path began in the medical product design industry, where she observed firsthand the application of human factors (HF) processes for dextrous and high-risk procedures. This experience sparked her interest in leveraging data-driven HF approaches in product design. Isabelle is also part of the Leadership team of Women in Robotics UK. This organization is committed to fostering an inclusive community for women and non-binary individuals in the robotics field in the UK.




Robot Talk is a weekly podcast that explores the exciting world of robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomous machines.
Robot Talk is a weekly podcast that explores the exciting world of robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomous machines.





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