Ariel Podlubne graduated as an MSc. Electrical Engineer in December 2012 from the National Technological University in Cordóba, Argentina. He specialized in Digital Electronics and Embedded Systems during his studies. He received the “Binid” scholarship in 2013, which is for freshly graduates to start a research career. His workplace was CINTRA UA-CONICET where he designed and developed an FPGA-based tool to optimize heterogeneous data acquisition and processing, in order to conduct tests on human echolocation. He worked for two years at LAAS/CNRS in Toulouse France from june 2014 for the european project Two!Ears developing the robotics testbed used for experiment. He is a PhD Candidate since September 2017 at the Chair of Adaptive Dynamic Systems from TU Dresden.
Projects/Cooperation within CeTI you are involved in:
• Obstacle avoidance with FPGA-based mobile robot (U2) (Girls Day, Uni Tag, LNdW)
• Hanoi tower with Franka (U2)Pepper meets Franka (U2)
• Flexible electronics used to control Pepper (U2-TP4) (Uni Tag, LNdW)
• Rock, paper, scissor (U2-TP4-TP2)
• Sensorial robotics tele-operator with haptic feedback (U2-TP2) (ongoing)
• Collaborative map construction based on wireless communicated AGVs (U2-TP3) (ongoing)
• Model Predictive Controller (MPC) to enhance communications for robotic systems (U2-TP3) (ongoing)
What do you value most about your work at CeTI?
What was your best moment at CeTI so far?
First U2 internal workshop with people from ADS, ST and RST in Munich (Feb. 2020)
What else would you like to research?
Explore the interaction between rooms to take advantage of the different topics in each one
How do you spend your spare time?