Students working in a group (c) Jonas Kron

Doctoral theses:

Florian Spieß

  • Cooperative doctorate with the University of Würzburg
  • Supervising professors: Dr. Strobel and Dr. Kaupp
  • External link to  Florian Spieß

Current Master’s projects:

Felix Hoßmann

  • Development of a coupling system for automated guided vehicles in a production environment (Prof. Kaupp)

Lukas Müller

  • Sensor-based motion estimation for robots and humans (Prof. Strobel)

Matthias Gehring

  • Development of a visual navigation system for an autonomous quadrocopter (Prof. Willert)

Daniel Blümm

  • Integration of intelligent grasping and autonomous navigation of a mobile robot in the context of the RoboCup@Work competition (Prof. Strobel)

Fabio Mast

  • Autonomous navigation of a mobile robot in the context of the RoboCup@Work competition (Prof. Kaupp)

Lukas Kraus

  • Handling of components through mobile robots in the context of the RoboCup@Work competition (Prof. Strobel)

Max Dobmann

  •  External sensors to determine the position of mobile robots (Prof. Strobel)

Finished master’s projects:

Andreas Hillenbrand (Sept. 2021)

  • Investigation of human-machine interaction methods for the collaborative assembly of complex components (Prof. Kaupp)

Jonas Arnold (May 2021)

  •  Smart gripping and path planning for picking from a bin (Prof. Kaupp)

Lucas Reinhardt (Feb. 2021)

  •  Person recognition in mobile robotics through learning processes (Prof. Kaupp)

Jonas Frießlich (May 2020)

  •  Odometry-based localisation processes (Prof. Strobel)