Maximilian Kunz started to study computer science from 2014 till 2022 with the specialization "Robotics" at the Technische Universität Kaiserslautern. He completed his study with his master thesis “High-Level Semantic Localization using OpenStreetMap Surface data” in the Robotics Research Lab.
Since October 2022 Maximilian Kunz is a PhD-student in the Robotics Research Lab. His main research interests are high-level localization of outdoor robots using human-inspired methods. Especially in GNSS-denied areas, Referencing landmarks is crucial for a reliable localization. Additionally, he is very involved in simulation with applications in the field of robotics like the generation of environments using DEM(Digital Elevation Model) and virtual sensors.
- High-Level Semantic Localization using OpenStreetMap Surface data.
- Localization using OSM landmarks.
2021 Latin American Robotics Symposium (LARS), 2021 Brazilian Symposium on Robotics (SBR), and 2021 Workshop on Robotics in Education (WRE), S. 228 - 233. (2021)
DOI: 10.1109/LARS/SBR/WRE54079.2021.9605475 ISBN: 978-1-6654-0761-8