Cyber-physical Health and Assistive Robotics Technologies Research Group


Cyber-physical Health and Assistive Robotics Technologies (CHART) at the University of Nottingham is an interdisciplinary research group. We conduct foundational and applied research in intelligent cyber-physical systems and robotics technologies to support personalised health and well-being.

Our research themes and projects

Our team

Our facilities, robots and data sets

Latest news, events and research opportunities

Areas of Applied Research

  • Socially and physically assistive robots as intelligent ‘personalised support assistants’

  • Smart devices and technologies for fostering better mental health and improving health behaviour

  • Intelligent sensing and novel sensors to develop new methods for recognising abnormal data patterns

  • Accessible interfaces for people with sensory, cognitive and physical impairments using a range of sensory modalities

  • Decision-support systems with easy to use dashboards and tools for healthcare professionals


Contact to find out more

CHART is a Research Group in the School of Computer Science