Nico is a first-year PhD student in the Personal Robotics Lab since October 2020. Before joining the lab, he worked at AbCellera Biologics in Vancouver, Canada, as a Robotics Engineer. There he worked on the development of an automated robotic platform to facilitate the analysis and isolation of single cells.
Nico’s research interests lie in a variety of topics, including robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision and embedded systems. Currently, his work focuses on methods for acquiring, calibrating, and repairing trust in robotics applications.
His personal webpage can be found here.