Dr. Javier Alonso-Mora, Assistant Professor
Autonomous Multi-Robots Lab. Delft University of Technology
Applications from excellent individuals interested in a PhD or Postdoctoral position are always welcomed. - 10.2020: We have two vacancies in our group! One PhD and one Postdoc, both in the topic of Multi-Robot Motion Planning, Task Assignment and Learning for Mobile Manipulators in Dynamic Human-Centered Spaces and within a new H2020 project. More information and how to apply: PhD position TUD00575. And Postdoc position TUD00574.
- Andres Fielbaum (2019-): Shared mobility on demand - Xiaoshan Bai (2019-): Multi-robot task assignment
- Hai Zhu (2017-): Planning and coordination for teams of aerial vehicles - Bruno Brito (2018-): Motion planning in urban environments - Alvaro Serra (2019-): Motion planning for multi-robot high-level scene reasoning - Maximilian Kronmuller (2019-): Predictive routing for last-mile on-demand logistics - Max Spahn (2020-): Mobile manipulation in dynamic environments - Oscar de Groot (2020-): Motion planning under uncertainty for urban autonomous vehicles
- Michal Cap (2017-2018), Postdoctoral researcher, Shared mobility on demand - Laura Ferranti (2017-2019), Postdoctoral researcher, Distributed motion planning in urban environments [Co-supervised with Prof. R. Negenborn and Dr. T. Keviczky] & Motion planning in urban environments [Co-supervised with Dr. R. Happee.] - Jieting Luo (2018-2019), Postdoctoral researcher, Multi-robot Systems [Co-supervised with Dr. E. Steuer] - Tobias Naegeli (2014-2018), PhD candidate, Aerial cinematography [ETH Zurich, main advisor: O. Hilliges]. - Robert Ruigrok (2018), Research assistant, Automated Mobility on Demand
- David Fiedler (2018): Automated Mobility on Demand [CTU Prague] - Maite Lorente (2018): Reactive collision avoidance for multi-robot teams [U. Zaragoza, advisor: Prof. Luis Montano] - Hans Andersen (2017): Planning and decision making for autonomous driving [NUS/SMART, advisor: Prof. Marcelo Ang]