Dr.-Ing. Előd Páll
Előd obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Robotics and Biology Laboratory in 2023, focusing on manipulation and grasp planning for soft robots. His research concentrated on simplifying motion generation by leveraging deliberate contact between a robot and its environment. He started his career as a research engineer at the ROCON research group in the optimistic optimization and robot control field. He finished Advanced Manufacturing Control M.Sc. program in 2014 at the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and his B.Sc. in Control Engineering - Automation at the same university.
He is open to work opportunities currently.
My research projects:
Motion Generation With Contact-Based Environmental Constraints (coming soon, Thesis link)
Human-like grasping from piles leveraging granular Environmental Constraints
Reactive motion planning with contact events
Assistive robotics with POMDP online solver
Inverted Rotary Pendulum controlled with an optimistic planning algorithm
Vision-Based Autonomous navigation for railway inspection with a UAV
Quadrotor: sensor noises and system identification