Robotics Research Lab

M. Sc. Jörg Husemann


Room 48-362

Tel.: +49 631 205 2626


Jörg Husemann studied computer science at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern from 2013 to 2019, specializing in Embedded Systems and Robotics. He finished his studies with his master thesis entitled "Autonomous Coordinated Control of Tandem Rollers for Street Construction".

Since March 2020 he is working as a PhD student in the Robot Systems Group. His research deals with the cooperation of commercial vehicles. This includes planning and navigation under the joint consideration of information from different robots and sensors. In addition, he is involved in the supervision of the lecture "Autonomous mobile robots".


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  • On Demand Ride Sharing. Scheduling of an Autonoumous Bus Fleet for Last Mile Travel.
    Jörg Husemann, Simon Kunz and Karsten Berns
    17th International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS-17), (2022)
  • Trajectory Planning for Autonomous Soil Compactors using Coverage Path Planning Strategies.
    Jörg Husemann and Karsten Berns
    9. Fachtagung Baumaschinentechnik 2022, (2022)
  • Extending Skills of Autonomous Off-Road Robots on the Example of Behavior-Based Edge Compaction in a Road Construction Scenario.
    Patrick Wolf, Axel Vierling, Jörg Husemann, Karsten Berns and Peter Decker
    Commercial Vehicle Technology 2020/2021. Proceedings of the 6th Commercial Vehicle Technology Symposium – CVT 2020/2021, (2021)
  • Towards High-Quality Road Construction. Using Autonomous Tandem Rollers for Asphalt Compaction Optimization.
    Jörg Husemann, Patrick Wolf, Axel Vierling, Karsten Berns and Peter Decker
    Proceedings of the 37th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC), S. 90 - 97. (2020)
  • Autonomous Coordinated Control of Tandem Rollers for Street Construction.
    Jörg Husemann
  • Topview Detection via CNNs.
    Jörg Husemann
  • Trajectory Generation Based on the Fusion of Different Grid Maps.
    Jörg Husemann


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