Mr Frederico Belmonte Klein

Frederico Belmonte Klein

Research Fellow in Autonomus Mobile Robots for Extreme Environments

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Technical Engineer with Fieldwork Robotics and PhD student in Computer Science (Robotics).


Electrical Engineer (graduated 2006, UFRGS-Brazil), Medical Doctor (graduated in 2014, UFRGS-Brazil ).

Teaching interests

Former demonstrator for NET103 and NET107 with Dr. Maria Papadaki.

Research interests

Currently a Congnitive Robotics PhD student under Prof. Angelo Cangelosi, working with activity detection on robotic platforms for assistive robotics applications.

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Klein FB & Cangelosi A 0 'Human activity recognition from skeleton poses' Author Site
Belmonte Klein F, Cangelosi AC & Štepánová KS 2016 'Implementation of a Modular Growing When Required Neural Gas Architecture for Recognition of Falls' in Hirose AH; Ozawa OS; Doya KD; Kazushi KI; Minho ML; Derong DL Neural Information Processing 23rd International Conference, ICONIP 2016, Kyoto, Japan, October 16–21, 2016, Proceedings Springer 526-534 , DOI PEARL


For a complete list of publications visit (website in portuguese):