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Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS)

Alumni

Mobyen Ahmed worked as postdoc in the Cognitive Robotic Systems Lab. between 2012 - 2014.

Rehan Ahmed was a PhD-student in the Intelligent Control Systems Lab at AASS. He defended his thesis in Control Theory, "Compliance Control of Robot Manipulator for Safe Physical Human Robot Interaction", in February 2011.

Barbro Alvin worked as a research administrator at AASS until 2012.

Erik Berglund was a postdoc in the Mobile Robotics and Olfaction Lab at AASS, between November 2009 and March 2012, working on the HANDLE project.

Pontus Bergsten was a PhD-student in the Intelligent Control Systems Lab at AASS. His thesis in Control Theory, "Observers and controllers for Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy systems", was published in 2002.

Julien Bidot worked as a postdoc researcher at AASS 2011 - 2015.

Lena Biel was an industrial PhD-student in the Biologically Inspired Systems Lab. Her thesis in Computer Science, "Modeling of Perceptual Systems - A sensor fusion model with active perception", was published in 2002.

Hans-Heinrich Bothe was a guest lecturer in Computer Science at AASS in 1998-99.

Abdelbaki Bouguerra was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics Lab. He presented his thesis "Robust execution of robot task-plans: a knowledge-based approach" in September 2008. After this he worked as a postdoc researcher at AASS.

Mathias Broxvall stayed at AASS between 2003 - 2014. He did research in the Cognitive Robotic Systems Lab.

Pär Buschka was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics Lab at AASS. His thesis in Computer Science, "An Investigation of Hybrid Maps for Mobile Robots", was published in 2006.

Krzysztof Charusta was a PhD-student at AASS 2007 - 2016.

Grzegorz Cielniak was a PhD-student in the Learning Systems Lab. He presented his thesis, "People Tracking by Mobile Robots Using Thermal and Colour Vision", in April 2007.

Marcello Cirillo was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics and Olfaction Lab. He presented his thesis "Planning in Inhabited Environments: Human-Aware Task Planning and Activity Recognition" in December 2010. After this he worked as a postdoc

Silvia Coradeschi researcher and professor at AASS from 1999 to 2014. Between 2006 - 2013 she was Head of School for the School of Science and Technology.

Marios Daoutis was a PhD-student in the Intelligent Control Systems Lab. His thesis "Knowledge based perceptual anchoring : grounding percepts to concepts in cognitive robots" was presented in January 2013.

Dimitar Dimitrov was a postdoc in the Mobile Robotics and Olfaction Lab at AASS, between November 2009 and March 2012, working on the HANDLE project.

Maurizio Di-Rocco

Tom Duckett, Associate Professor and Head of Learning Systems Lab at AASS between 2000 - 2006.

George Fodor worked at AASS, as adjunct professor and guest teacher, between 2001 and 2013.

Marco Gritti was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics Lab at AASS. His licentiate thesis, "A Mechanism for Automatic Self-Configuration of Software Components in Robot Ecologies", was presented in October 2008.

Boyko Iliev was a PhD-student at AASS and defended his Ph.D. thesis, "Minimum-time Sliding Mode Control of Robot Manipulators", in February 2004. After this he worked as a senior researcher at AASS working on control of robotic hands until 2012.

Lars Jennergren was an industrial PhD-student in the Intelligent Systems Lab at AASS. His licentiate thesis, "Flexible Assembly of Ready-to-eat Meals", was presented in 2004.

Li Jun was a PhD-student in the Learning Systems Lab at AASS. He presented his thesis, "Learning Reactive Behaviours with Constructive Neural Networks in Mobile Robotics", in late 2006.

Ivan Kalaykov worked as a professor in Computer Science at AASS from 1999 to 2014.

Malin Lindquist was a PhD-student in the Biologically Inspired Systems Lab at AASS. Her thesis in Measurement Technology, "Electronic Tongue for Water Quality Assessment", was published in February 2007.

Robert Lundh was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics Lab at AASS. His doctoral thesis, "Robots that Help Each Other: Self-Configuration of Distributed Robot Systems", was presented in May 2009.

Jonas Melchert stayed at AASS as a PhD-student, in the Mobile Robotics Lab, from 2005 to 2007.

Thorsten Michelfelder was a PhD-student in the Intelligent Control Systems Lab at AASS from 2005 to 2006.

Per Munkevik was an industrial PhD-student in the Learning Systems Lab at AASS. His licentiate thesis, "Artificial sensory evaluation - appearance-based analysis of ready meals", was presented in 2005.

Karol Niechwiadowicz was a PhD-student at AASS 2007 - 2016.

Sepideh Pashami was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics and Olfaction Lab. She presented her thesis "Change detection in metal oxide gas sensor signals for open sampling systems" in January 2016.

Martin Persson was an industrial PhD-student in the Learning Systems Lab in AASS. His thesis, "Semantic Mapping using Virtual Sensors and Fusion of Aerial Images with Sensor Data from a Ground Vehicle", was presented in September 2008.

Ola Pettersson was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics Lab at AASS. His thesis in Computer Science, "Model-Free Execution Monitoring in Behaviour-Based Mobile Robotics", was published in 2004.

Jayedur Rashid worked as a PhD-student at AASS. He defended his doctoral thesis "Extending a networked robot system to include humans, tiny devices, and everyday objects" in May2011.

Matteo Reggente was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics and Olfaction Lab. He presented his thesis "Statistical gas distribution modelling for mobile robot applications" in November 2014.

Linn Robertsson was a PhD-student in the Biologically Inspired Systems Lab 2002 - 2005. Her licentiate thesis, "Perception modeling and feature extraction for an electronic tounge", was published in 2007.

Thorsteinn Rögnvaldsson worked at AASS as a professor and leader for the Learning Systems Laboratory between 2006 - 2011.

Giulio Sandini is a former member of AASS International Reference Group. Giulio Sandini is Prof. Dr. at LIRA-Lab, Dist-University of Genova, Italy.

Subhash Sathyakeerthy worked a PhD-student at AASS 2012 - 2014.

Mattias Seeman was an industrial PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics Lab. He presented his licentiate thesis, "Tele-operated Remote Inspection with a Spherical Robot", in December 2009.

Alexander Skoglund presented his doctoral thesis, "Programming by Demonstration of Robot Manipulators", in 2009. From December 2009 to October 2012, worked as a Research Engineer with the Brain, Body & Self Lab at the Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet. From November 2012, technical consultant on embedded systems at ÅF Group.

Mikael Soron was an industrial PhD-student in the Intelligent Control Lab at AASS. His thesis in Computer Science, "Robot System for Flexible 3D Friction Stir Welding", was published in 2007.

Jan Spännar was a PhD-student in the Biologically Inspired Systems Lab at AASS. His licentiate thesis, "Grey box modelling for temperature estimation", was presented in 2002.

Beom Su Seo was a guest researcher from ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute) in Korea. He did research at the Mobile Robotics lab at AASS for 8 months in 2005 in the joint research project "Ecologies of physically embedded intelligent systems".

Gustav Tolt was a PhD-student in the Intelligent Control Lab at AASS. His thesis in Computer Science, "Fuzzy Similarity-based Image Processing", was published in 2005.

Marco Trincavelli presented his thesis "Gas discrimination for mobile robots" in December 2010. After this he worked in the MRO lab at AASS, as a Postdoc, until 2014, when he left to start working as a Development Engineer at Scania.

Jonas Ullberg worked as a PhD-student at AASS 2009 - 2015.

Tomas Uppgård was an industrial PhD-student in the Intelligent Systems Lab at AASS. His licentiate thesis, "Estimation of Post-Rolling Effects in Cold Rolled Aluminium Strips", was presented in October 2008.

Rafael Valencia-Carreno worked as a Postdoc in the Cognitive Robotic Systems Lab between 2013 - 2014.

Christoffer Valgren was an industrial PhD-student in the Learning Systems Lab at AASS. His licentiate thesis, "Topological Mapping and Localization Using Omnidirectional Vision", was published in September 2007.

Zbigniew Wasik was a PhD-student in the Mobile Robotics Lab at AASS. His thesis in Computer Science, "A Behavior-based Control System for Mobile Manipulation", was published in 2005.