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You can find us at

Paul-Gordan-Str. 3/5 (Röthelheimcampus)
91052 Erlangen

The administration office can be found in room 2.035

Telephone: +49 9131 85-23132, Fax: +49 9131 85-23133
E-Mail: asm-info@fau.de

Official Address:

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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Philipp Beckerle
Paul-Gordan-Straße 3/5
91052 Erlangen, Deutschland

 

People

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Philipp Beckerle

Head of Chair

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

Simone Saalfrank, M.A.

Team Assistant

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

M.Sc. Adna Bliek

Research Associate

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

M.Sc. Daniel Andreas

Research Associate

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

M.Sc. Helen Groll

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

M.Sc. M. Ege Cansev

Research Associate

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

M.Sc. Matthias Voß

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

M.Sc. Patrick K. Kroh

Research Associate

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

M.Sc. Rodrigo J. Velasco-Guillen

Research Associate

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

Hans Birkel

Mechancial Workshop

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics

Chair

Welcome to the website of the Chair of Autonomous Systems and Mechatronics.

Elastic robotic systems provide high energy efficiency and good human-robot interaction properties. Therefore, they are favorable for wearable robotic applications such as prostheses or exoskeletons and generally suitable for tasks with close human-robot interaction. Beyond appropriate technical solutions, such scenarios crucially demand considering human factors to meet user requirements and achieve synergetic interaction of humans and machines.