Reinforcement Learning, Robotics, Locomotion, Active Perception, Intrinsic Motivation
Nico Bohlinger joined the Intelligent Autonomous System lab on July 15, 2023, as a PhD student. He is working on locomotion and active perception with the Unitree A1 quadruped in simulation and the real world.
Nico holds a bachelor's degree in Business Informatics from the Offenburg University of Applied Sciences and a master's degree in Bioinformatics from the Goethe University Frankfurt.
He was previously part of the RoboCup teams Magma and Sweaty in Offenburg and developed Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL) environments to learn complex soccer skills. Here is a recent interview with him in German.
Furthermore, he is developing the research-focused DRL framework RL-X.