iROSA lab members and friends at the 2022 Xmas Market of Darmstadt
Research group leader
Georgia is an Assistant Professor and research leader of the iROSA group at TU Darmstadt, Germany. She has been accepted into the renowned Emmy Noether Programme (ENP) of the German Research Foundation (DFG) in 2021.
Snehal is a PhD researcher at the iROSA group at TU Darmstadt (since June 2021). He is working on robot learning approaches for mobile manipulation and grasping, supervised by Dr. Georgia Chalvatzaki in collaboration with Dr. Jan Peters.
Before starting his PhD., Snehal completed his M.Sc. from the Delft University of Technology, specializing in robotics, controls and embedded systems. For his master thesis, he worked with Dr. Jens Kober and Dr. Carlos Celemin on teaching robots through interactive imitation learning.
Interests: Robotics, Reinforcement Learning, Imitation Learning, Computer Vision.
Ali is a PhD researcher at the iROSA group at TU Darmstadt since September 2021. Ali is working on Robot learning for long-horizon manipulation tasks under the supervision of Dr. Georgia Chalvatzaki. His research interests include reinforcement learning, self-supervised learning, skill learning.
Before starting his PhD, Ali completed his master’s degree in Mechatronics and Robotics at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Russia) in 2020. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics Engineering at Tishreen University (Syria) – 2017.
Co-supervised Ph.D. students
Niklas Funk, co-supervised by Jan Peters
Kay Hansel, co-supervised by Jan Peters
An Thai Le, co-supervised by Jan Peters
Vignesh Prasad, co-supervised by Ruth Stock-Homburg and Jan-Peters
Sven Schultze, co-supervised by Ruth Stock-Homburg
Undergraduate students and research assistants
Zhiyuan Hu, M.Sc. student
Sophie Lüth, M.Sc. student
Rickmer Krohn, M.Sc. student
Zhiyuan Gao, M.Sc. student
Han Gao, M.Sc. student
Rolf Gattung, B.Sc. student
Sabin Grube, M.Sc. student
Xiaolin Lin, M.Sc. student
Haozhe Zhu, M.Sc. student