Tim Goller, M.Sc.

Tim Goller, M.Sc.

Department of Electrical-Electronic-Communication Engineering
Chair of Automatic Control (Prof. Dr.-Ing. Graichen)

Room: Room 04.025
Cauerstr. 7
91058 Erlangen

Research Interests

  • Model predictive control of robot arms
  • Manipulation planning for industrial robots
  • Programming by demonstration
  • Machine learning methods in robotics


  • since August 2020: Research associate,  Chair of Automatic Control, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • 2017-2020: Master of Science in Mechatronics, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • 2013-2017: Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics, Reutlingen University





Open theses

Current and completed theses

  • Trajektorienplanung mittels DMPs innerhalb des Task-Skill-MP Frameworks
  • A Concept for Fault Detection and Handling in Hierarchical Task Control of Robots with Model Predictive Interaction Control
  • Online optimization of MP-specific parameters for interaction tasks
  • Development of a Robot Learning Showcase for Educational Purposes
  • Predicting contact situations with an eye-in-hand visual servoing system for robotics applications
  • Camera-Based Gesture Control of a Robotic System with Anthropomorphic Hand
  • Variable Impedance Control for Collaborative Robots
  • Anbindung des Beckhoff XPlanar-Systems an das Robot Operating System
  • Experimentelle Umsetzung eines kooperativen Lasttransports am XPlanar mittels DMPC
  • Trajektorienplanung mit Dynamical Movement Primitives (DMP) für eine modellprädiktive Folgeregelung
  • Automatisches Erfassen und Greifen bewegter Objekte
  • Modellierung von Roboterbewegungen basierend auf Mehrfachdemonstrationen
  • Lernen komplexer Roboterbewegungen durch Imitation mittels Dynamic Movement Primitives
  • Reinforcement Learning für industrielle Transportprozesse am Beispiel des XPlanar-Systems