Robotics Research Lab

M. Sc. Steffen Hemer

Contact

Room 48-352

Tel.: +49 631 205 2805

e-mail:s_hemer@cs.uni-kl.de

Vita

Steffen Hemer studied applied computer science at TU Kaiserslautern from 2006 to 2015. Already since 2008, he cares for the school courses of the Robotics Research Lab and wrote his bachelor thesis about the development of a LeJOS simulation for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robots. He finished his postgraduate studies with the thesis "Trajectory Planning for Typical Excavation Tasks". Since 2015 he is working as PhD student in the Robotics Research Lab and continues research on the automation of a backhoe loader.

Publications

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  • Autonomous trenching with hierarchically organized primitives.
    T Groll, S Hemer, T Ropertz and K Berns
    Automation in Construction, Vol. 98, S. 214 - 224. (2019)
  • Backhoe Bucket Volume and Trench Monitoring using a Time-of-Flight Camera.
    Steffen Hemer, Tobias Groll and Karsten Berns
    7. Fachtagung Baumaschinentechnik 2018, (2018-September 20–21)
  • A Behavior-based Architecture for Excavation Tasks.
    Tobias Groll, Steffen Hemer, Thorsten Ropertz and Karsten Berns
    34th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC), S. 1005 - 1012. (2017-June 28-July 1)
  • Startklar für die Formula Student Driverless.
    Steffen Hemer and Sebastian Seewaldt
    ATZ extra, Vol. 05/2016, S. 10 - 14. (2016-November 01)
  • Autonomous Backhoe Loader.
    Tobias Groll, Steffen Hemer and Karsten Berns
    6. Fachtagung Baumaschinentechnik 2015, Vol. 49, S. 351 - 366. (2015-September 16–18)
  • Trajectory Planning for Typical Excavation Tasks.
    Steffen Hemer and Robotics Research Lab, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Kaiserslautern
    (2015-January 19)
  • Application Scenario for an Automated Backhoe Loader.
    Tobias Groll, Steffen Hemer and Karsten Berns
    (2014-October 14)
  • Entwicklung einer LeJOS-Simulation für Lego Mindstorms NXT-Roboter.
    Steffen Hemer and Robotics Research Lab, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Kaiserslautern
    (2011-November)

 

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