Computer Science VII : Robotics and Telematics
Department of Computer Science, Room B101
Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg
Lakshminarasimhan Srinivasan completed his double master's in Space Science and Technology in 2009 and obtained his degrees from the University of Wuerzburg and Lulea University of Technology. He has been employed at the Department of Robotics and Telematics as Systems Analyst since then.
Best paper award in Telematics Applications, Seoul, November 2013
Scholarship recipient (global award) for the duration of master's studies
Scholarship recipient and University of Madras (now Anna University) 3rd rank in Mechanical Engineering (out of more than approx. 8,000 students)
Project leader: Design and development of a teleoperation schema for control of a remote mobile robot over variable bandwidth networks.
Funding proposals: European level EU proposals (Horizon 2020), national and Bavarian funding proposals
Research activities: Telematic control methods, teleoperation protocols and schema, time delayed teleoperation [Publications]
Teaching activities: Mathematics for Space-Engineering I & II: preparatory course for Master's in Space Science and Technology, Mechanical Structures of Space Systems - first semester SpaceMaster lecture, Course supervision of Tele-experiments with remote mobile robots (6 ECTS, part of VHB), Thesis supervision
IT Manager: Server & System Administration incl. HA systems of the institute of Computer Science and the Department of Robotics and Telematics
Network Administration: Department of Robotics and Telematics, Robotics Hall, Telematics Center
Laboratories supervision & administration: Control Laboratory, Telematics laboratory, Remote robotic laboratories
Webmaster: Department of Robotics and Telematics, Center for Adaptive Robotics