Prof. Dr. Elmar Rueckert is assistant professor at the Institute for Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the University of Lübeck. He is the head of the research group “Neural Learning Methods for Robotics“.
Mr. Nils Rottmann, M.Sc. investigates in his doctoral thesis the learning of optimal control and planning strategies in mobile and humanoid robots. He started his thesis in March 2018.
Mr. Honghu Xue, M.Sc. investigates in his doctoral thesis the probabilistic and neural control mechanisms for compliant robots. He started his thesis in March 2019.
Open PhD Position in Machine Learning, Reinforcement Learning or Neural Networks working on the DFG project TRAIN.
Mr. Daniel Tanneberg, M.Sc. investigates in his doctoral thesis machine learning algorithms for human-like learning and tactile manipulation. He started his thesis in October 2015 and is co-supervised with Prof. Jan Peters at the Technische Universität Darmstadt.
Ms. Svenja Stark, M.Sc. investigates in her doctoral thesis intrinsic motivation learning strategies for motor skills acquisition in robots. She started her thesis in November 2016 and is co-supervised with Prof. Jan Peters at the Technische Universität Darmstadt.