Research group leader
Georgia is an independent research group leader of the iROSA lab at TU Darmstadt. She has been accepted into the renowned Emmy Noether Programme (ENP) of the German Research Foundation (DFG).
Snehal is a PhD researcher at the iROSA group at TU Darmstadt (from June 2021). He is working on robot learning approaches for mobile manipulation and grasping, supervised by Dr. Georgia Chalvatzaki (https://www.ias.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/Team/GeorgiaChalvatzaki) and co-supervised by Dr. Jan Peters (https://www.ias.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/Team/JanPeters).
Before starting his Ph.D., Snehal completed his M.Sc. from the Delft University of Technolgy, specializing in robotics, controls and embedded systems. For his master thesis, he worked with Dr. Jens Kober (http://jenskober.de/index.php) and Dr. Carlos Celemin (https://sites.google.com/view/carloscelemin) on teaching robots through interactive imitation learning.
Interests: Robotics, Reinforcement Learning, Imitation Learning, Computer Vision