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Arne Peters

Postal address

Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching b. München

Curriculum Vitae

Arne Peters is a Ph.D. candidate currently working in the Chair of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Real-time Systems at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). He completed his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computational Visualistics at the University of Koblenz. He wrote his Master thesis on the topic of “Detection of Unknown, Convex Objects in RGB-D Data” with the collaboration of KUKA.
He is now working on calibration and SLAM with actuated depth sensor. His further research interests include computer vision for robotic navigation and manipulation, motion planning, 3d reconstruction and human-robot interaction.


Open Thesis Topics
Using Renyi Entropy for Extrinsic Calibration of a Laser Scanner on a Robot ArmMaster's Thesis
Undistorting Scans of a Moving 3d Laser Sensor Using Squared Renyi EntropyMaster's Thesis
Benchmarking Different Approaches for Calibrating a Laser Scanner to a Robot ArmBachelor's / Master's Thesis


  If you have a proposal for a different topic feel free to contact me. Please note that I don't supervise external theses that require me to accept non-disclosure agreements.

Completed Theses
Automated Testing for the OpenCall Web-platformJörn von HenningBachelor's Thesis
Enhanced Strategies for Handling Fleets in Constrained EnvironmentsNatalie ReppekusMaster's Thesis
Implementation of a GPS Based Safety and Controller Test EnvironmentAshwath Narayan MuraliMaster's Thesis
Weighting of various driving behaviors using artificial intelligence methodsAnna MittermairBachelor's Thesis
Leg Detection and Tracking in 2D Depth DataBianca ForkelBachelor's Thesis


[1]Esra Icer et al. “ESMERA-European SMEs Robotics Applications”. In: ISR 2018; 50th International Symposium on Robotics. VDE. 2018, pp. 1–4.
[2]Viktor Seib et al. RoboCup 2015 - homer@UniKoblenz (Germany). Tech. rep. Technical report, University of Koblenz-Landau, 2015.
[3]Viktor Seib et al. RoboCup 2014 - homer@UniKoblenz (Germany). 2014.
[4]Thomas Gottron et al. “LODatio: using a schema-level index to support users infinding relevant sources of linked data”. In: Proceedings of the seventh international conference on Knowledge capture. ACM. 2013, pp. 105–108.
[5]Thomas Gottron et al. “LODatio: A schema-based retrieval system for linked open data at web-scale”. In: Extended Semantic Web Conference. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. 2013, pp. 142–146.
[6]Thomas Gottron et al. “Get the google feeling: Supporting users in finding–relevant sources of linked open data at web-scale”. In: Semantic Web Challenge, Submission to the Billion Triple Track (2012).


Open Positions
PositionJob Posting
Graduate Assistants in the Area of Computer Vision / Sensor Calibration[English] [German]
Student / Graduate Assistant for the support of our Robotics-Lab-Team[English] [German]
Student / Graduate Assistants for Web Development[English] [German]


  All open student assistant (HiWi) positions of the chair can be found here.