Paul Gottschaldt is a research assistant in the Adaptive Dynamic Systems (ADS) chair at the Technische Universität Dresden, since September 2022. Before joining the chair, he studied computer science at the Technische Universität Dresden where he received his diploma in 2022.
CeTI rooms you are / will be involved in:
Projects/co-operation within CeTI you are already involved in:
FIRM (FPGA Interfaces for Robotic Middlewares)
What is your research interest?
My research interests include the development of embedded systems and model-based generation approaches for FPGA-based architectures.
What motivated you to do what you do today?
I always had a keen interest to solve hard problems in a smart way and doing a PhD looked like the right “next step”. As I am come from a more software oriented background, doing something more closer to the hardware to get a better understanding for robotics applications looked like the perfect fit for me.
What do you find particularly interesting about CeTI?
The collaborations of many different chairs and professors that allow for very interesting cross-cutting domain projects and the potential for real-world applications.
How do you spend your free time?
Doing sport in gym, playing soccer, reading books, learning how to play a guitar and how to sketch.