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He was also the host of the “Rudolf Diesel Reloaded Focus Group: Innotruck” at TUM’s Institute for Advanced Study (TUM-IAS). In Florian Sagstetter, Sidharta Andalam, Peter Waszecki, Martin Lukasiewycz, Hauke Staehle, Samarjit Chakraborty, and Alois Knoll. Claus Lenz, Alice Sotzek, Thorsten Röder, Helmuth Radrich, Alois Knoll, Markus Huber, and Stefan Glasauer.
At present, among other projects, he is the coordinator of the EU-Project ECHORD , a large initiative for bringing together robotics industry, research institutes and universities with the aim of advancing new robot technologies to market-readiness. He is leader of the EU Human Brain Project's section on Neurorobotics, one of the two EU ICT Flagships with the largest funding ever in the EU's DG for research. Schedule integration framework for time-triggered automotive architectures. Human workflow analysis using 3d occupancy grid hand tracking in a human-robot collaboration scenario.
Between 20, he was a member of the EU’s highest advisory board for information technology, ISTAG, the Information Society Technology Advisory Group, and a member of its subgroup for Future and Emerging Technologies (FET). In Aurel Martiniuc, Vicor-Bocos Bintintan, Florian Röhrbein, and Alois Knoll. Sorina Litescu, Heiko Aydt, Michael Lees, and Alois Knoll. In Jakob Stoeck, Ljubo Mercep, Gernot Spiegelberg, and Alois Knoll. Toward anthropomimetic robotics: development, simulation, and control of a musculoskeletal torso. Automation of an extracorporeal support system with adaptive fuzzy controllers. Neumann-Cosel, Marc-Oliver Fischer, Thomas Ganslmeier, Andreas Kern, and Alois Knoll.
In this capacity, he was actively involved in developing the concept of the EU’s FET Flagship projects, and he was one of the authors of the original FET-Flagship report. Descriptive model for the prediction of motion direction from spike trains of on-off directional selective retinal ganglion cells. Information dynamics and performance in human complex networks. Platform-independent interface for the management of sensor-generated power and data flows in an automotive data-centric architecture. Chih-Hong Cheng, Barbara Jobstmann, Michael Geisinger, Sarah Diot-Girard, Christian Buckl, Alois Knoll, and Harald Ruess. Technical Report TR-2011-12, Verimag Research Report, 2011. Analysis and validation of perception sensor models in an integrated vehicle and environment simulation.
Zhenshan Bing, Long Cheng, Kai Huang, Zhuangyi Jiang, Guang Chen, Florian Röhrbein, and Alois Knoll. A framework for coupled simulations of robots and spiking neuronal networks. In Guang Chen, Daniel Clarke, David Weikersdorfer, Manuel Giuliani, Andre Gaschler, and Alois Knoll.
Towards autonomous locomotion: Slithering gait design of a snake-like robot for target observation and tracking. Zhenshan Bing, Long Cheng, Kai Huang, Mingchuan Zhou, and Alois Knoll. Multi-modality gesture detection and recognition with un-supervision, randomization and discrimination.
Scalability in neural control of musculoskeletal robots. In Dirk Saalfrank, Anil Krishna Konduri, Shahrzad Latifi, Rouhollah Habibey, Asiyeh Golabchi, Aurel Vasile Martiniuc, Alois Knoll, Sven Ingebrandt, and Axel Blau.
Incubator-independent cell-culture perfusion platform for continuous long-term microelectrode array electrophysiology and time-lapse imaging. [ | ] Michael Jäntsch, Steffen Wittmeier, Konstantinos Dalamagkidis, Guido Herrmann, and Alois Knoll. Mocker, Manuel Schiller, Robert Brem, Zuguang Sun, Hicham Tazi, Thomas F. Combination of Full Wave Methods and Ray Tracing for Radiation Pattern Simulations of Antennas on Vehicle Roofs.
This research institute organizes joint research and bi-directional knowledge transfer between TUM’s Informatics department and the local as well as national industry. Interdisciplinary concept of design, actuation, control and vision computing of a laser-sintered single-port robot. [ | ] Stephan Sommer, Alexander Camek, Klaus Becker, Christian Buckl, Andreas Zirkler, Ludger Fiege, Michael Armbruster, Gernot Spiegelberg, and Alois Knoll. Novel dynamic inversion architecture design for quadrocopter control. Cardiovascular model for development and test of automated hemodynamic regulation with medication.
He initiated and was the program chairman of the First IEEE/RAS Conference on Humanoid Robots (IEEE-RAS/RSJ Humanoids2000), he was general chair of IEEE Humanoids2003, general chair of Robotik in 2004 and in 2008, the largest German conference on robotics, Program Chair of IEEE-IROS 2015, and he served on numerous other organising committees as well as editorial boards of international journals. In Nicole Sprunk, Manpreet Kaur, Robert Bauernschmitt, Alejandro Mendoza Garcia, and Alois Knoll. Fusing multiple kinects to survey shared human-robot-workspaces. Clinical motion tracking and motion analysis during ophthalmic surgery using electromagnetic tracking system.
Currently, he is Editor-in-Chief of the neurorobotics journal of frontiers, a recently founded open access publication for in-depth robotics articles. Virtual fixture control of a hybrid parallel-serial robot for assisting ophthalmic surgery: an experimental study. Automation of a portable extracorporeal circulatory support system with adaptive fuzzy controllers. System design for simultaneous data acquisition from patient monitor and syringe pumps in intensive care unit. Technical Report TUM-I1214, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany, 2012. Ali Nasseri, Emmanuel Dean-Leon, Suraj Nair, Martin Eder, Mathias Maier, C. In Steffen Wittmeier, Cristiano Alessandro, Nenad Bascarevic, Konstantinos Dalamagkidis, David Devereux, Alan Diamond, Michael Jäntsch, Kosta Jovanovic, Rob Knight, Hugo Gravato Marques, Predrag Milosavljevic, Bhargav Mitra, Bratislav Svetozarevic, Veljko Potkonjak, Rolf Pfeifer, Alois Knoll, and Owen Holland.
In Mingchuan Zhou, Hessam Roodaki, Abouzar Eslami, Guang Chen, Kai Huang, Mathias Maier, Chris P. In Guang Chen, Zhenshan Bing, Florian Rohrbein, Jorg Conradt, Kai Huang, Long Cheng, Zhuangyi Jiang, and Alois Knoll. [ ] Ran Bi, Jiajian Xiao, Vaisagh Viswanathan, and Alois Knoll.
Towards brain-inspired learning with the neuromorphic snake-like robot and the neurorobotic platform. Influence of charging behaviour given charging station placement at existing petrol stations and residential car park locations in singapore.