Christoph Möslinger

Project Management and Researcher

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Self-Description:

Christoph Möslingers work at the Artificial Life Lab comprised simulations and experiments with robotic swarms. He joined the Artificial Life Lab in 2005 as an internship of his study course at the University of Applied Sciences in St. Pölten, Austria. Since then he has co-authored several papers concerning simulations and experiments with swarm robots and also helped to construct, maintain and demonstrate a real robotic swarm. His research focuses on swarming behaviour, distributed sensor networks and communication-less algorithms for small and simple swarm robots. Withing the framework of the EU-project CoCoRo he developed a communication-less flocking algorithm to be used in autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).



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