Sina is an experienced roboticist whose research develops new robotic solutions to human safety and access problems in industrial operations. Sina leads robotics research at the Royal College of Art. He holds a PhD in Robotics from the University of Bristol where he worked on monolithic design of flexible actuators for operation in confined liquid environments, an MSc in Control Systems from the University of Sheffield, and a BSc in Electrical Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran. Prior to his appointment at the College, Dr Sareh was the coordinator of research activities within the EPSRC-funded project Aerial ABM (Aerial Additive Building Manufacturing) and led the Soft Aerial Robotics theme within the Aerial Robotics Lab of Imperial College London. Dr Sareh has also contributed to a number of high-profile research projects, including the EU FP7 STIFF-FLOP (STIFFness Controllable Flexible & Learnable Manipulator for Surgical Operations) at King’s College London, and AAOSN (Adaptive Autonomous Ocean Sampling Networks) at the University of Exeter. He has been an organising member of many international conferences and an invited keynote speaker at conferences such as McKinsey’s Advanced EMEA Industries in 2016. He is currently the PI on the EPSRC funded project "Getting a Grip"; advanced anchoring modules for robot mobility & manipulation in unstructured environments, and a Co-I on MIMRee; Multi-platform Inspection, Maintenance and Repair in Extreme Environment under Innovate UK.