About me

My Academic Credentials

Education & Career Highlights

Born and raised in various parts of India, I have acquired all my higher education overseas. Below is a timeline that shows my career progression across various countries and continents. 

Kshitij Tiwari Postdoctoral Researcher UBICOMP University of Oulu

Postdoctoral Researcher @ University of Oulu

Postdoctoral Research fellow with the Perception Engineering group at the University of Oulu, Finland. Co-supervising Masters and Ph.D. students, developing international collaborations and conducting independent research towards bioinspired touch-based navigation for mobile robots.

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2020

Postdoctoral Researcher at Aalto University in Finland

Postdoctoral Researcher @ Aalto University

Postdoctoral Researcher at the Intelligent Robotics group, Aalto University, Finland. Spearheaded the contributions towards the EU consortium funded Human Brain Project. Co-supervised Bachelors, Masters and Ph.D. students while conducting my own research in touch-based navigation with bioinspired sensors such as the rat whiskers.

Ph.D. Graduation from JAIST Japan

Ph.D. @ Japan Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (JAIST)

2018

2014

Kshitij Tiwari Masters of Science from University of Edinburgh

M.Sc. @ University of Edinburgh (UoE)

Obtained Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Artificial Intelligence with intelligent robotics specialism from the University of Edinburgh (UoE), Edinburgh, Scotland

UG graduation ceremony at the University of Hong Kong

B.Eng. @ University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Obtained Bachelors in Electronics and Communication Engineering (B.Eng.) from the University of Hong Kong (HKU), Hong Kong S.A.R.

2013

Research interests & Teaching experience

Aside from upskilling and upgrading my educational credentials, I also focus on dissemination of my research findings through top-tier publications venues, primarily peer-reviewed scientific articles aside from occasionally giving presentations at Workshops. I also have a passion to teach and groom budding research scholars interested in mobile robotics.