about us

The main philosophy behind the RoboBrain curriculum is to guide children on how to approach a complex problem, understanding what the problem is and developing possible solutions. Children will then be able to apply this process to their future endeavours.

A Changing World

The world is changing, machine and AI are going to be more embedded in the work place of the future. People will have to work together with machines to solve problems. ​

an unique Approach

Teaching AI, Robotics and Technology from an early age. A combination of effective and intuitive explanations of the core concepts together with practice in the form of problem solving.

Problem Solving

We believe that children need to be prepared for this future. The core skill of the human being is to be able to solve problems using logical approaches.​

Tailored Courses

Concepts are tailored to the the needs of the student, based on their age and ability. Our multi-level structure successfully enables an efficient learning process.

Tomorrow's education, today.

We Believe In pushing the boundaries of eduTech

Our curriculum gives students an appreciation for the strengths and limitations of machine intelligence through problem solving and computational thinking. Parents are given the freedom to place their child in a course and level that fits their age and ability. ​

meet our amazing team

The Faces Behind our Success

Dr. Aric Whitewood

Founder
Dr. Whitewood runs an AI focused hedge fund and has experience in finance, machine learning, scientific computing and electronic engineering. He is an Honorary Associate Professor at University College London, and completed his PhD in Electronic Engineering at the same institution. He is a father of two curious, headstrong boys, and is passionate about technology education.

Dr. Tina Han

Co-Founder / Computing Languages
Dr. Han is a Lecturer in Computer Science at BirkBeck College, University of London. She completed her PhD in Computer Science at RWTH Aachen University in Germany, and post-doctoral studies at the University of Oxford. She enjoys designing and playing computing oriented games with her two primary school aged boys in her spare time.

Abdelrahman Ahmed

Co-Founder / Robotics
A passionate Robotics Software Engineer, Abdelrahman has an advanced background in the field of Engineering. He holds a MSc in Computer Science from Egypt and MRes in Robotics from University College London. In the past, he has occupied the role of a Python Software Engineer and Research Assistant in Nile University. As part of an innovative project, he has also successfully built a humanoid robot capable of teaching Biology to secondary level students.

Taka Shirasu

Robotic Product Manager
A passionate robotic engineer, Taka oversees the development and production of RoboBrain’s teaching robot, Roby. Prior to this, Taka is the CEO of Water Inc., a company designs logistic drones for everyday use. Taka holds BSc Electronic Engineering from Kings College London. In his spare time, he enjoys sports and teaching children robotics. Taka speaks fluent Japanese and conversational Chinese.

JiaJia Wang

Director of Business Development
Mother of two young boys, Jiajia holds a BSc in Economics from University College London, and is a certified Financial Risk Manager (GARP). With rich experience in the commercial sector, she has led a number of positions in financial institutions including Citigroup, Barclays Capital, Deloitte, Associate of Finance Market Europe and Bloomberg, in both London and New York. In 2015, she founded Innovo Global, an investment management firm focusing on commercial use of disruptive technology. As Vice Chairman of the UK Chinese Business Association, she is fluent in both Mandarin and English.

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Your child will have the opportunity to learn and do sample exercises. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you have and after the lesson you will receive a course level recommendation for your child.

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