Industry need drives our research. We provide science and engineering expertise to commercial partners to solve problems and develop new high-value products.
We develop and manufacture high temperature superconductor Roebel cable for use in high field and accelerator magnets, transformers, generators and motors.
The magnet group develops cryogen-free superconducting magnet systems for magnetic resonance applications.
Our work on ultra-efficient aircraft, wind turbines, flywheels and transformers is helping to reduce energy waste and creating renewable energy solutions.
Robinson’s robotics team is helping develop highly adaptable and robust robots for use in New Zealand’s rugged outdoor environments.
Magnetic sensors have a myriad of uses, from infrastructure inspection to traffic management. Our industry-led research is exploring further applications.
Fundamental research into novel electronic systems—superconductors, spintronics and hybrid materials—underpins and guides our industrial research programmes.
A list of the instruments and facilities that support the research and industrial programmes at the Robinson Research Institute.
Recent academic publications and reports from the Robinson Research Institute.