Dr.-Ing. Daniel Renjewski
Technische Universität München
Informatik 6 - Lehrstuhl für Echtzeitsysteme und Robotik (Prof. Knoll)
85748 Garching b. München
- Tel.: +49 (89) 289 - 18133
- Raum: 5607.03.055
Daniel joined the Robotics and Embedded systems group as an academic director in 2015. He has been a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Biorobotics Laboratory, at EPFL in Switzerland, working on neuro-muscular control of powered exoskeletons for gait rehabilitation and restoration in paraplegics, and a Postdoctoral fellow at the Dynamic Robotics Laboratory, at Oregon State University (2012-2014), working on control of a bipedal robot exploiting passive dynamics. He received his Diploma in Engineering degree in biomechatronics (Dipl.-Ing.), and his doctorate in engineering (Dr.-Ing.), from Ilmenau University of Technology in 2007, and 2012 respectively. He has been a researcher at the Lauflabor Locomotion Laboratory, then at Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena now at TU Darmstadt.
His research interests include human gait biomechanics, legged robotics and exoskeletons, and bioinspired control for legged locomotion.
Thesis topics / HiWi positions
- Redesign of control and measurement electronics for a bipedal robot (EE)
- Development of a locomotion model of an ant in MATLAB/SIMULINK (CS, ME)
If you are interested, please contact me by e-mail.
Fabian Schurig, Multi-mode steering concepts for self-driving bicycles, 2017, Bachelor's thesis in Computer Science