Researcher biography

Dr Peyman Moghadam is leading Embodied AI research team at the CSIRO Robotics and Autonomous Systems group. He is a Principle Research Scientist at CSIRO, Data61. Currently he is leading a Spatiotemporal AI research portfolio at CSIRO's Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, Future Science Platform He is an Adjunct Professor at the Queensland University of Technology and Adjunct Senior Fellow at the University of Queensland. He received his PhD in Robotics from the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) in 2011. Before joining CSIRO, he has worked in number of top leading organizations such as the Deutsche Telekom Laboratories (Germany), the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (Singapore). His current research interests focus on Self-Supervised Learning and Embodied Intelligence for Robotics. Professor Moghadam has led several large-scale multidisciplinary projects and he has won numerous awards for his innovations including CSIRO Julius Career award, National and Queensland iAward for Research and Development, the Lord Mayor's Budding Entrepreneurs Award.