Technical Cybernetics

  • Intelligent robotics
  • Sensor and loop-based control systems     
  • Intelligent planning systems for production and logistics management
  • Multi-agent systems

As part of the digital revolution, intelligent robotics is becoming increasingly important. It permeates all areas of life - from production to elderly care. Robots should be able to adapt to adapt their behavior flexibly to changing circumstances. The research group Technical Cybernetics researches and develops adaptive planning and control logics for complex, technical systems. Our focus is on motion planning, multi-agent systems, (semi-) autonomous robotics, as well as sensor and loop-based control systems. From this we develop strategies for stationary and mobile robotics and their combination, mobile manipulation. We study fundamental scientific issues and develop application-related solutions. In the case of "mobile intralogistics", we have repeatedly demonstrated the performance of our systems: together with our partners in Team Carologistic, we participate in the RoboCup Logistic League and have won the world championship title for four consecutive years.

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The Team

  • Sebastian Schönitz
  • Christoph Henke
  • Philipp Ennen
  • Dr. rer. nat.
    Pia Bresenitz
    Forschungsgruppenleiterin
  • Dr.-Ing.
    Bahoz Abbas
  • Yun Zheng
  • M.Sc.
    Quang Ha Ngo
  • Haoming Zhang
  • Marion Funken

Projects

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Applicable solutions and scenarios for human-robot collaboration for the industry of the future
2016 – 2020
Ongoing
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Optimization of the production of components made of fiber composites
2017 – 2019
Ongoing
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Geometry-specific design of draping process for fibre composites using artificial intelligence
2017 – 2019
Ongoing
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Individualized spreading processes in the production of fiber composites through automatic regulation
2014 – 2017
Completed
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Realization of the assembly of large components in motion by metrological support with a global reference system
2015 – 2017
Completed
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