Robotics Research Lab

Vita

Alexander Renner was born in 1982 in Mainz. He studied computer science at the University of Kaiserslautern from 2001 to 2008. Computer architecture, embedded systems and robotics were his area of studies. He broadened his knowledge of robotics by laboratory and project thesis. Title of his diploma thesis is 'Water Detection for Autonomous Off-road Navigation'. Since summer 2008 he works as PhD student at the Robotics Research Lab of the department of computer science. His research topics are envirnonment recognition and local navigation.

Publications

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  • Orientierungsbestimmung bei mobilen Robotern unter Verwendung von Magnetfeldsensoren.
    Alexander Renner and Robotics Research Lab, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Kaiserslautern
    (2006-September)
  • Water Detection for mobile Off-road Robotics.
    Alexander Renner and Robotics Research Lab, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Kaiserslautern
    (2008)
  • RAVON — The Robust Autonomous Vehicle for Off-road Navigation.
    Christopher Armbrust, Tim Braun, Tobias Föhst, Martin Proetzsch, Alexander Renner, Bernd-Helge Schäfer and Karsten Berns
    Proceedings of the IARP International Workshop on Robotics for Risky Interventions and Environmental Surveillance 2009 (RISE 2009), (2009-January 12–14)
  • RAVON – The Robust Autonomous Vehicle for Off-road Navigation.
    Christopher Armbrust, Tim Braun, Tobias Föhst, Martin Proetzsch, Alexander Renner, Bernd-Helge Schäfer and Karsten Berns
    Using robots in hazardous environments, (2010)
  • Perception of Environment Properties Relevant for Off-road Navigation.
    Alexander Renner, Tobias Föhst and Karsten Berns
    Autonome Mobile Systeme 2009, S. 201 - 208. (2009-December 3-4)

 

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