Prof Kyriakopoulos is Director of the Control Systems Lab, Director of the Post-Graduate Program on Automation Systems, and Professor of Robotics, Mechatronics & Control at the National Technical University of Athens. His current interests are in nonlinear control systems applications in sensor-based motion planning & control of autonomous multi-robotic systems.
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He says the immediate future challenge for the journal is to continue to attract innovative and cutting-edge results from established fields and beyond, addressing exciting new areas of research such as cloud robotics, cyber-physical security of multi-agent autonomous systems and soft robotics for wearable devices among others.
“Robotics and AI research is developing rapidly and all indications point towards continued expansion,” says Prof Kyriakopoulos. “Young researchers are continuously entering the field and their findings need to be released to the public as quickly as possible.”
“This is the case with Open Access journals, especially Frontiers, since the publishing process is so streamlined. Furthermore, Robotics needs wider dissemination to developing countries, which is clearly facilitated by the Open Access publishing model. Funding for Robotics and AI is improving everywhere, making it increasingly easy to compensate for Article Processing Charges.”
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