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Theses and Projects

Mechatronics

Control

Machine Learning

Safe Robotics, Human-Robot Interaction, and Task Planning

  • B/M: Collision Analysis and Safe Control in Human-Robot Interaction
    Mazin Hamad, hamadirt.uni-hannvoer.de, 0511-762-14298
  • B/M: Approaching Asimov’s 1st Law.
    In the context of safe robotics, many interesting and challenging topics are available. After reviewing relevant literature, one of the following concrete directions will be taken: Injury analysis of human-robot collisions, Human-Robot collision modelling, safety-aware robot control schemes, safety-aware robot motion planning
    Marvin Becker, beckerirt.uni-hannover.de, 0511-762-14298
    Mazin Hamad, hamadirt.uni-hannvoer.de, 0511-762-14298
  • M (external): Analysis and Implementation of a medical workflow on a robot and comparison to human performance.
    Many tasks in medical environments are simple yet demanding in time and effort, thus, automaton can lead to significant improvement of labor conditions. However, basic analyses must be carried out to compare quality and quantity of robotic and human task execution.
    Lars Johannsmeier, johannsmeierirt.uni-hannover.de 0511-762-4518
  • M (external): Workflow analysis in a medical scenario and evaluation of the applicability to a robotic assistant.
    Many tasks in medical environments are simple yet demanding in time and effort, thus, automaton can lead to significant improvement of labor conditions. In order to understand the requirements of robotic assistance in a medical environment the workflows must be well understood.
    Lars Johannsmeier, johannsmeierirt.uni-hannover.de 0511-762-4518

Human Motor Control