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Alexander Herzog studied Computer-Science at the  Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, in Germany. He visited the CLMC Laboratory in 2011, where he worked on the problem of grasp planning for his diploma thesis. After receiving his Diploma in the same year, Alexander joined the Autonomous Motion Laboratory at the  Max-Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in 2012. His research interests include contact interaction in whole-body control and grasping for humanoids.

Research Interests:

Grasping and Manipulation, Biped Locomotion, Whole-Body Control, Robot Learning


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