Adrian has thirty years of R&D experience in autonomous systems, developing novel adaptive, learning and evolvable hardware techniques and embedding them into electronics and intelligent information systems, for applications ranging from measurement equipment to space avionics to robotics. He has done pioneering work in humanoid robot learning by imitation, hardware security including anti-tamper, brain-computer interfaces including multi-brain fusion for joint decision making, shadow biometrics, shape-changing robots, human-oriented robotics. He is a member of the board of Governors of IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society (since 2015). He founded 3 conferences: NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems (AHS, since 1999), Emerging Security Technologies (since 2006) and the AT-EQUAL series (Advanced Technologies for Enhanced Quality of Life) which included the HUMASCEND conference (Human-Machine Systems, Cyborgs and Enhancing Devices 2011-2014). NIAC Fellow: 2013,2015