Dr. Gerardo Aragon Camarasa

Phone:   0141 330 5658
The main subjects of my research are the informatics of perception, machine perception, pattern recognition, feature extraction, and in particular computer vision, robotics and autonomous systems. Before joining the group I have worked on Brayton-like engines, geometric algebras, active vision and, robotic cloth perception and manipulation (CloPeMa:

Within the Cronin group, I focus on chemical robotics and automated systems for chemical discovery. I'm also involved in projects regarding droplets behaviour classification and the behaviour characterisation of the Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction.

Group Publications

3. Organic synthesis in a modular robotic system driven by a chemical programming language, S. Steiner, J. Wolf, S. Glatzel, A. Andreou, J. Granda, G. Keenan, T. Hinkley, G. Aragon-Camarasa, P. J. Kitson, D. Angelone, L. Cronin, Science, 2019, 363, 144-152
2. Networking chemical robots for reaction multitasking, D. Caramelli, D. Salley, A. Henson, G. Aragon-Camarasa, S. Sharabi, G. Keenan, L. Cronin, Nat. Commun., 2018, 9, 3406
1. Approach to classify, separate, and enrich objects in groups using ensemble sorting, R. Turk-MacLeod, A. Henson, M. Rodriguez, G. M. Gibson, G. Aragon-Camarasa, D. Caramelli, M. J. Padgett, L. Cronin, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2018, 115, 5681-5685