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This is the official wiki of the Robotics Group of the University of León (ULE). We are a group of researchers (faculty and students) interested in creating autonomous behaviour for mobile robots.


We are proud members of RedAF (Red Nacional de Investigación en Agentes Físicos), ReteCog (Red Temática de Ciencia Cognitiva), and Euron.


Our lab is in the second floor of the MIC building (Módulo de Investigación en Cibernética - Cybernetics Research Module). If you are interested in our work, you are welcome to pay us a visit.


We also hang around the EIII (Escuela de Ingenierías Industrial e Informática - Engineering School), which is here.


(February, 2016) Francisco Sedano have teached a brief introduction to 3D prototyping technologies that can be applied to a wide variety of engineering applications:Scanning Course , 3D Printing Course . The training gave to the students the knowledge to develop and to use 3D scanning and 3D printing technologies.

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(December, 2015) Francisco J. Lera just became the newest doctor of the group. His defense was held on December the 11th and he got a "Sobresaliente Cum Laude". Congratulations, Fran!


(November 2015) We took part in RoCKIn2015, the second competition event in the EU-funded robotics project RoCKIn. It took place in Lisbon (Portugal), from 21 to 23 November 2015.


This is the Team Description Paper of our "Watermelon Project" team for the RoCKIn@home Challenge in Lisbon.

RoCKIn competition

(November 24, 2014) Coinciding with the European Robotics Week, we are going to participate in the first competition event of RoCKIn. It will take place in the Cité de l'espace science museum in Toulouse, France.

You can follow up with us here.

We want to express our gratitude to Mountain for sponsoring our group in the RoCKIn Challenge.

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We have been using Mountain hardware for research and development with our robots. The control software of the CeRVaNTeS platform runs on a F-13 laptop. Soon, our MYRABot platorm will also mount one of their machines.

We want to express our sincere gratitude to Mountain for their support to small research groups like ours.