Alumni of the Group Autonomous Robotics and Human-Machine Systems
I am a Research Scientist employed by the Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics.
Within the group lead by I am working with on the project.
Our current research is focused on:
|Since object recogintion, robot self-localization and mapping using robotic vision only are very prevalent fields of research we find it to be worthwhile to investigate these topics further.
|By combining the information provided by multiple sources we strive to improve existing methods, which aim to achive a similar goal.
|When employing multiple robots towards one task it follows that they share information to improve performance.
Our main research goal is to combine the two topics above within this shared environment.
Master Thesis at the MPI:
"A Virtual Reality Setup for Tele-Operation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles"
The target of the thesis was to use a Virtual Reality (VR) to present the environment the
robots are operating in to the operator in a way to enable the operator to make informed decisions
towards the desired goal.
This was achieved using octomap for mapping, ompl for path planning,
TeleKyb for robot control and blender's game engine to provide the VR.
Note that all these components are open-source.
Only the HMD, namely Oculus Rift SDK1, is a proprietary system which was connected with openHMD.
The whole system provides a novel approach to teleoperation. Using a VR, the operator gains
vital insight into the world without endangering itself.
Previous Projects & my contribution:
|DLR Spacebotcup 2015
Position estimation for UAVs using RGB-D cameras and AR-marker
|SICK robot day 2014
Obstacle avoidance using multiple laser scanners
to work in collaboration with path planning.
SICK robot day 2012
|Motion planning using a laser scanner based potential field method.
|10/2009 - 06/2013
Bachelor of Science Bioinformatics, Universität Tübingen
Thesis Title: "Trajektorienplanung für dynamische Ziele"
|06/2013 - 03/2016
Master of Computer Science, Universität Tübingen & MPI
Thesis title: "A Virtual Reality Setup for Tele-Operation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles"