Machine Learning, Robotics, Control, Signal Processing.
I have now become a Departmental Research Fellow at Imperial College London, while I remain affliated with the IAS at TU Darmstadt as an adjunct researcher. Please see my main website.
Before joining IAS, Marc has been a full-time Research Associate in Dieter Fox' lab at the University of Washington (Seattle). Marc completed his Ph.D. at the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (Germany) with Uwe D. Hanebeck. Marc conducted his Ph.D. research under Carl Edward Rasmussen's supervision at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics and at the University of Cambridge.
Marc's research interests center around methodologies from modern Bayesian machine learning and their application to control and autonomous robotic systems. Marc's goal is to make robotic and control systems more autonomous by modeling and accounting for uncertainty in a principled way. Potential applications include intelligent prostheses, autonomous robots, and healthcare assistants.
Marc Deisenroth can be found on [Google Citations].