Alexander Köpper studied electrical engineering with a focus on automation technology at the Technische Universität Kaiserslautern. He wrote his diploma thesis entitled "Ein Ansatz zur modularen, einheitlichen Entwicklung von eingebetteten Systemen" (engl.: "An Approach for Modular, Uniform Development of Embedded Systems") at Fraunhofer IESE in Kaiserslautern.
He is currently a research associate at the Robotics Research Lab.
His research focuses on hybrid HW-/SW-control architectures for robot systems. In particular, he investigates the feasibility of integrating behavior-based control architectures into FPGA-based platforms. In this context, he works with the iB2C architecture developed at the chair and in particular the hardware-related control of mobile robots such as the SUGV2.
- Technische Grundlagen Eingebetteter Systeme. Elektronik, Systemtheorie, Komponenten und Analyse.
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- Behavior-Based Approach for Calculation of a Robot ArmÂs Inverse Kinematics on a FPGA.
Proceedings of ISR 2018, S. 306 - 313. (2018)
- Behavior-Based Local Path-Planning by Exploiting Inverse Kinematics on FPGA.
Advances in Service and Industrial Robotics, S. 466 - 474. (2018)
- Behaviour-Based Inverse Kinematics Solver on FPGA.
Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Robotics in Alpe-Adria-Danube Region (RAAD), Vol. 49, S. 55 - 62. (2017)
- FPGA-aided, behaviour based control of a robot manipulator.
Proceedings DGR Days 2016, S. 9. (2016)
- Proceedings DGR Days 2016.