Arne Nordmann studied Eletrical Engineering at TU Dortmund and received his Diploma in July 2009. His diploma thesis "Überwachtes Lernen bildbasierter Roboterverhalten" investigated methods of supervised learning based on rich visual perception on a mobile platform.
Inside the AMARSi project, Arne Nordmann investigates software architecture and engineering principles for hierarchical dynamical systems architectures to support learning of rich motor skills on compliant robot platforms. This will allow for control and integration in a hierarchy with different representation and timing levels, and to link low-level reactive behavior to higher-level planning.
Teaching Nullspace Constraints in Physical Human-Robot Interaction using Reservoir Computing, Jahrestreffen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Robotik, Berlin, 2012
- A Domain-Specific Language for Rich Motor Skills, AMARSi Workshop, Genua, 2012
- Domain-Driven Design of a Compliant Robot Control API, HUMANOIDS Workshop iCub and Friends, Nashville, 2010