Ratzeburger Allee 160
Building 64, Room 89 (GF)
In 2017, Nils Rottmann received his M.Sc. in Theoretical Mechanical Engineering from the Hamburg University of Technology. During his studies he spent research stays at the UNESP in Ilha Solteira, Brazil, and at the Tecnico Lisboa, Portugal. In January 2018, he joined the Institute for Robotics and Cognitive Systems at the University of Lübeck as a Research Associate. The focus of his work lies on autonomous systems.
Dynamics and control for autonomous systems
Localization, navigation, sensor fusion
Modeling and simulation
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