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In Conversation With Daniel Leidner, Research Group Leader, DLR German Aerospace Center

18 November 2021
Leading up to our mobile robotics congress, we have the pleasure of speaking with Daniel Leidner, Research Group Leader, DLR German Aerospace Center, where we explore his views on Space Robotics to Mobile Lab Robotics of the Future

Leading up to our mobile robotics congress, we have the pleasure of speaking with Daniel Leidner, Research Group Leader, DLR German Aerospace Center, where we explore his views on Space Robotics to Mobile Lab Robotics of the Future

Speaker Biographies

Daniel Leidner – Research Group Leader, DLR German Aerospace Center

Daniel received both a diploma in communications engineering in 2010 and a master’s degree in technical computer science in 2011 from Mannheim University of Applied Sciences. In 2017, he received his PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Bremen. His dissertation was awarded several prizes, including the 2018 Georges Giralt PhD Award for the best European dissertation in robotics research. Since 2011, he has been working as a research associate at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics. In 2016, he became head of the Rollin’ Justin team and in 2017 head of the Semantic Planning group. Since 2019 he is head of the group for Fault Tolerant Autonomy Architectures.

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