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Dr. Leif Christensen

Organizational unit Robotics Innovation Center
Contact +49 421 17845 4149 (Bremen)

Address (Bremen) Robert-Hooke-Straße 1D-28359 Bremen


Tom Vincent Slawik; Bilal Wehbe; Leif Christensen

In: 15th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics and Vehicles, 2024. IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics, and Vehicles (CAMS-2024), September 3-5, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, n.n. 9/2024.

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Leif Christensen; Jens Hilljegerdes; Michael Zipper; Andrej Kolesnikov; Benjamin Hülsen; Christian Ernst Siegfried Koch; Marc Hildebrandt; Leon C. Danter

In: OCEANS 22 Hampton Roads. OCEANS MTS/IEEE Conference (OCEANS-2022), October 17-20, Hampton Roads, VA, USA, Pages 1-8, IEEE, 10/2022.

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Leif Christensen; José de Gea Fernández; Marc Hildebrandt; Christian Ernst Siegfried Koch; Bilal Wehbe

In: Springer (Hrsg.). Current Robotics Reports, Vol. n.n. Pages n.n.-n.n. Springer, 7/2022.

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  • CleanSeas


    New robotic manipulation techniques and AI algorithms for the precise handling of objects in the sea using the example of ammunition dumps / UXO

    Approximately 1.6 million tonnes of ammunition, mainly…

  • CIAM

    Cooperative Development of a Comprehensive Integrated Autonomous Underwater Monitoring Solution

    In the CIAM project, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) are being developed that are capable of autonomous inspection missions with a travel distance of 500km. This eliminates the need for supply…


    Reliable AI for Marine Robotics

    Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network for Reliable AI for Marine Robotics


    IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

    Aarhus University, Denmark

    University of Bremen, Germany


  • EnvMon-Short


    Technical evaluation of a robotic measurement system for the spatial-temporal high-resolution in-situ classification of SONAR data using neural networks

    Current lake monitoring is limited to punctual…


    Autonomous and reliable docking with soft robotics for extraterrestrial and terrestrial analog missions

    The exploration of both Earth's and extraterrestrial oceans require robotic systems capable to operate autonomously and for longer periods of time under water. To this end, the TRIPLE-Modo project…

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