GRK 2198/1: Soft Tissue Robotics

Simulation-Driven Concepts and Design for Control and Automation for Robotic Devices Interacting with Soft Tissues

The main idea is to develop new simulation technologies and sensors in order to assist the development of new control strategies and concepts for robotic devices interacting with soft tissues. With ths IRTG, we aim to significantly improve our understanding of next-generation robotic devices through training a new generation of PhD students in an international and interdisciplinary environment in fields like simulation technology, computational modelling, sensing, robotics, and control methods. Graduates from this proposed IRTG will be highly valuable for their ability to contribute to the socio-economic goals of both Germany and New Zealand.

Spokesperson Stuttgart: Prof. Oliver Röhrle, Prof. Alexander Verl
Spokesperson Auckland: Prof. Peter Xu, Prof. Leo Cheng

This project is funded through the


This picture showsJoanna Grabowski

Joanna Grabowski

Coordinator GRK 2198

This picture showsOliver Röhrle

Oliver Röhrle

PI and Spokesperson GRK 2198

[Photo: Universität Stuttgart]

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