Marija Radmilović, PhD is a Research Associate at the University of Belgrade - Mihailo Pupin Institute. She gained his PhD degree in Robotics in 2018 at ETF and École Centrale de Nantes in Nantes, as part of a bilateral doctoral program with PhD thesis "Dual-arm manipulation inspired by human skills". She was also a participant in one national project "Research and development of environmentally intelligent service robots anthropomorphic characteristics" and three international projects (IZ74Z0_137361/1: „Creative Alliance in Robotics Research and Education Focused on Medical and Service Robotics“, HORIZON 2020, Coordination support activity project „Researchers’ night - FLIRT”, and „Establishing new tools to facilities new generation humanoid robot capabilities for collaborative human-robot object manipulation“). Her research interests are control of high redundancy humanoid robots and imitation of human motions by humanoid robots.
ForNextCobot role: Marija Radmilović is primarily engaged in development of scenarios for assessment of human impedance in contact tasks and robot motion planning (work package 1 & 4)