Robotics Research Lab

Vita

Max Reichardt studied Applied Computer Science at the University of Kaiserslautern from 2002 to 2008 - with studies focusing on robotics, software engineering, and artificial intelligence. His diploma thesis dealt with the design and implementation of a framework for robot control systems.

Since august 2008, he is employed as scientific assistant and PhD student at the Robotics Research Lab. Software Engineering in the context of robotics is his main area of research. Frameworks, their quality attributes, and design principles are of particular interest in this respect. Max Reichardt is a main author of the open source robotic framework Finroc.

Publications

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  • Hardwarenahe Implementierung Stereobilder verarbeitender Algorithmen.
    Max Reichardt
    (2005)
  • A Universal (Web) GUI Editor for Robotic Systems.
    Max Reichardt and Robotics Research Lab, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Kaiserslautern
    (2007-October 17)
  • Universal Web Interfaces for Robot Control Frameworks.
    Jan Koch, Max Reichardt and Karsten Berns
    IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), (2008-September 22-26)
  • An Advanced Framework for Robotics.
    Max Reichardt and Robotics Research Lab, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Kaiserslautern
    (2008-Mai 5)
  • Applications of Visualization Technology in Robotics Software Development.
    Max Reichardt, Lisa Wilhelm, Martin Proetzsch and Karsten Berns
    4th Human Computer Interaction and Visualization (HCIV) Workshop 2009, (2009-March 2)
  • Using an Autonomous Robot to Maintain Privacy in Assistive Environments.
    Christopher Armbrust, Syed Mehdi, Max Reichardt, Jan Koch and Karsten Berns
    Security and Communications Networks, Vol. 4, Nr. 11, S. 1275 - 1293. (2011-November)
  • Adoption and Future Perspective of Precision Farming in Germany. Results of Several Surveys Among Different Agricultural Target Groups.
    M Reichardt and C Jürgens
    Precision Agriculture, Vol. 10, Nr. 1, S. 73 - 94. (2009)
  • Introducing FINROC. A Convenient Real-time Framework for Robotics based on a Systematic Design Approach.
    Max Reichardt, Tobias Föhst and Karsten Berns
    (2012-July)
  • On Software Quality-motivated Design of a Real-time Framework for Complex Robot Control Systems.
    Max Reichardt, Tobias Föhst and Karsten Berns
    Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Software Quality and Maintainability (SQM), in conjunction with the 17th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR), (2013-March 5)
  • Requirements for Interoperability and Seamless Integration of Different Robotic Frameworks.
    Michael Arndt, Max Reichardt, Jochen Hirth and Karsten Berns
    Proceedings of the eighth full-day Workshop on Software Development and Integration in Robotics (SDIR VIII), in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), S. 38 - 40. (2013-May)
  • Design Principles in Robot Control Frameworks.
    Max Reichardt, Tobias Föhst and Karsten Berns
    Informatik 2013, S. 2765 - 2779. (2013-September 16-20)
  • On Software Quality-motivated Design of a Real-time Framework for Complex Robot Control Systems.
    Max Reichardt, Tobias Föhst and Karsten Berns
    Electronic Communications of the EASST, Vol. 60: Software Quality and Maintainability 2013, (2013-August)
  • Principles in Framework Design applied in Networked Robotics.
    Max Reichardt, Tobias Föhst, Patrick Fleischmann, Michael Arndt and Karsten Berns
    Proceedings of the 3rd IFAC Symposium on Telematics Applications, S. 150 - 155. (2013-November 11-13)
  • Seamless Extension of a Robot Control Framework to Bare Metal Embedded Nodes.
    Steffen Schütz, Max Reichardt, Michael Arndt and Karsten Berns
    Informatik 2014, S. 1307 - 1318. (2014)
  • On the Benefits of Component-Defined Real-Time Visualization of Robotics Software.
    Max Reichardt, Gregor Zolynski, Michael Arndt and Karsten Berns
    4th International Conference on Simulation, Modeling, and Programming for Autonomous Robots (SIMPAR 2014) , Vol. 8810, S. 376 - 387. (2014-October 20-23)
  • An overview on framework design for autonomous robots.
    Max Reichardt, Tobias Föhst and Karsten Berns
    it - Information Technology, Vol. 57, Nr. 2, S. 75 - 84. (2015-March)
  • Vertical Integration and Adaptive Services in Networked Production Environments.
    Dennis Christmann, Andreas Schmidt, Christian Giehl, Max Reichardt, Moritz Ohmer, Markus Berg, Karsten Berns, Reinhard Gotzhein and Thorsten Herfet
    Proceedings of the ERP Future 2015, (2015-November 16)
  • RRLAB SEA – A Highly Integrated Compliant Actuator with Minimised Reflected Inertia.
    Steffen Schütz, Krzysztof Mianowski, Christian Kötting, Atabak Nejadfard, Max Reichardt and Karsten Berns
    IEEE International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM), (2016)
  • One Fits More - On the Relevance of Highly Modular Framework and Middleware Design for Quality Characteristics of Robotics Software.
    Max Reichardt, Steffen Schütz and Karsten Berns
    First IEEE International Conference on Robotic Computing (IRC), (2017)
  • One Fits More - On Highly Modular Quality-Driven Design of Robotic Frameworks and Middleware.
    Max Reichardt, Steffen Schütz and Karsten Berns
    Journal of Software Engineering for Robotics (JOSER), Vol. 8, Nr. 1, S. 141 - 153. (2017-December)
  • FPGA-based Embedded System Designed for the Deployment in the Compliant Robotic Leg CARL.
    Steffen Schütz, Atabak Nejadfard, Max Reichardt and Karsten Berns
    Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics - Volume 2, S. 537 - 543. (2019)

 

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