Dr Bilal Kaddouh

Lecturer in Aerial Robotics
University of Leeds



Dr Bilal Kaddouh is a Lecturer in Aerial Robotics at the University of Leeds. He primarily research robotics and unmanned systems design, control and multi-robot mission management. He works on the development of UAS technologies for infrastructure inspection and maintenance, BVLOS operations, precision agriculture and atmospheric studies. He is a Co-I and Case Studies officer on the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Verifiability Node (EP/V026801/1) and was recently an Operations Director on the Self Repairing Cities Project (EP/N010523/1)

[1] Doychinov V, Abdellatif M, Kaddouh B, Malik B, Jackson-Mills G, Fuentes R, Cohn A, Richardson R, Chudpooti N, Robertson ID, Somjit N. 2019. Infrastructure Robotics Research at the University of Leeds. 2019 Research, Invention, and Innovation Congress (RI2C 2019)

[2] Mills GH, Liu JHW, Kaddouh BY, Jackson AE, Richardson RC. 2018. Miniature Magnetic Robots For In-Pipe Locomotion. The 21st International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots and the Support Technologies for Mobile Machines – CLAWAR 2018

[3] Somjit N, Chudpooti N, Doychinov V, Kaddouh B, Akkaraekthalin P, Zaidi SA, Zhang Z, Boyle J, Kemp A, Richardson R, Robertson ID. 2018. United Kingdom 4.0: Self-Repairing Cities. RGJ PhD Congress 19

[4] Doychinov V, Kaddouh B, Mills G, Malik B, Somjit N, Robertson ID. 2017. Wireless Power Transfer for Gas Pipe Inspection Robots. UK-RAS Conference: ‘Robots Working For & Among Us’

[5] Kaddouh BY, Crowther WJ, Hollingsworth P. 2016. Dynamic Resource Allocation for Efficient Sharing of Services from Heterogeneous Autonomous Vehicles. Journal of Aerospace Information Systems. 450-474 13.12