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Master thesis: Interactive Dance Performed by Softbank Robotics Pepper

  • Tuebingen

A Master thesis project at the interface of high-level reactive robotic control and human-robot interactions.

Master Position

Submit your application to: vberenz@tuebingen.mpg.de
Contact: Vincent Berenz


Adaptation in Miniature Scale - Learning to Walk in Self-assembled Magnetic Miniature Robots

  • Stuttgart

Master thesis on learning control for self-assembled magnetic miniature robots. Collaboration between Physical Intelligence Department and Intelligent Control Systems Group.

Student Project Position

Submit your application to: culha@is.mpg.de; strimpe@tuebingen.mpg.de
Contact: Utku Culha Sebastian Trimpe


Robotics / Software engineer

  • Tuebingen, Germany

You will modernize our core software for advanced robotics, including the architecture for the realtime control of our robotic platforms. Your work will have a critical and long lasting impact on a wide range of research projects and robotic applications. You will work in close collaboration with both the senior researchers of the Autonomous Motion Department, and the Software Workshop, a team of software engineers dedicated to helps researchers to develop well-structured and maintainable scientific software.

Staff Position

Submit your application to: personal@vw.mpi-stuttgart.mpg.de


Predictive Triggering for Multi-agent Systems

  • Tuebingen/Stuttgart

Master thesis project on intelligent resource allocation in distributed control of multi-agent systems

Student Project Position

Submit your application to: dbaumann@tuebingen.mpg.de
Contact: Dominik Baumann Sebastian Trimpe


Mechatronic design, development and characterization of electromagnetically actuated legged robots

  • Stuttgart

This research position focuses on the mechatronic design, development and characterization of electromagnetically actuated legged robots for applied biomechanical locomotion research.

PHD Position

Submit your application to: sprowitz@is.mpg.de
Contact: Alexander Sproewitz


Master Thesis Projects on Learning Control

  • Tuebingen, Germany

Machine learning for advanced control of autonomous systems. We are continuously looking for outstanding students who are eager to do their Master thesis on a challenging project in the area of Learning Control.

Student Project Position

Submit your application to: strimpe@tuebingen.mpg.de
Contact: Sebastian Trimpe


Distributed Wireless Control (Master thesis)

  • Tuebingen, Germany

In a new research project, we seek to integrate recent advances in wireless networking with networked control to develop a superior solution for reliable and economic wireless control for cyber-physical systems (CPSs). We are looking for outstanding students who are interested in doing their Master thesis in this novel, interdisciplinary, and challenging research area. Depending on the student's background and interests, the project can involve fundamental theoretical developments, extensive simulation studies, as well as applied work around developing a novel CPS demonstrator.

Student Project Position

Submit your application to: strimpe@tuebingen.mpg.de
Contact: Sebastian Trimpe