I am a software engineer and currently working on moonshots in robotics where we create radical new technologies to solve some of the world's hardest problems.

On this website you can find my publications and academic reasearch that I did during my postdoctoral research at University of Southern California and during my PhD at University of Freiburg. My research interests include state estimation techniques and autonomous navigation for resource-constrained embedded microsystems in the context of robotics. Have a look at my research interests for more details.

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2014-10 I joined Bosch in Palo Alto

2014-02 We organized the Workshop on Robotic Monitoring at RSS 2014

2013-10 I received the Wolfgang-Gentner-Award for my PhD thesis

2013-07 I moved to Los Angeles

2013-06 PhD defense - summa cum laude

2013-04 I submitted my PhD thesis

2011-03 First autonomous flight of our blimp in an indoor environment with obstacles and narrow passages

2010-12 The Motion Analysis motion capture system was delivered

2009-05 Our PhD Program Embedded Microsystems has been approved for 4.5 additional years of funding

2008-07 I was admitted to the PhD Program Embedded Microsystems

2008-07 I received my master degree ("Diplom")

2007-10 Our team won the first place at the indoor race of the Sick Robot Day

2004-10 I designed and implemented my first robot navigation system on the B21 robot "Albert".

Get in touch at robotics@muellerj.de