Khaled Elgeneidy

Khaled is a Research Fellow in Robotic Handling and Grasping at the University of Lincoln, working as part of the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Tech (LIAT) and Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems (L-CAS). His research involves the automation of food and crop handling using soft robotic grippers for the Agri-food sector. His previous work as a PhD student at the Intelligent Automation centre in Loughborough University, involved the development of a controllable soft gripper with embedded sensing for handling delicate and complex objects. His research interests are related to the soft robotics area, specifically concerning: soft pneumatic actuators, flexible sensors, and data-driven modelling and control.