Klemens Esterle, Dipl.-Ing.

Klemens Esterle studied Mechatronics Engineering at the Technical University Dresden, where he graduated in 2014. He worked in various engineering projects in the automotive industry dealing with the modelling and simulation of electrical drives for electric and hybrid vehicles. In 2017, he joined fortiss as a staff researcher in the field of autonomous driving. His research deals with motion planning and machine learning for autonomous vehicles.

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Informatik 6 - Lehrstuhl für Robotik, Künstliche Intelligenz und Echtzeitsysteme (Prof. Knoll)

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Open Thesis

If you are looking for a Bachelor or Master thesis in the areas of behavior planning for autonomous driving, feel free to contact me.


Author(s): Esterle, Klemens; Hart, Patrick; Bernhard, Julian; Knoll, Alois
Title: Spatiotemporal Motion Planning with Combinatorial Reasoning for Autonomous Driving
Book / Congress title: IEEE International Conference on ​Intelligent Transportation Systems
Year: 2018]]>