I work with the fixed-wing aerial robotics group at the Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL). My work is geared towards the fusion of model-based control and planning techniques with miniaturized sensing and perception towards robust platform autonomy for small, fixed-wing unmanned aircraft.
I am particularly interested in local planning and control in unstructured and uncertain environments, i.e. the *real world! Further interests include system identification and modeling within the extremes of the flight envelope, e.g. near- and post-stall regime. If you are an ETH student looking for a Bachelor Thesis, Semester Project, or Master Thesis and these topics also interest you, please check my available student projects, or feel free to mail me with any of your own related ideas!
Autumn Semester 2017