I am currently a Ph.D. student at the division of Robotics, Perception and Learning at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.

Supervised by Iolanda Leite, I am exploring how robots can improve human-human interactions while acting fully autonomously. Thereby, I am interested in how robots could adjust their actions to perceived group dynamics to assist the group efficiently.

Previously, I have been working in the Corporate Research at KUKA where I focused on mobile robot navigation. I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. with a Major in Computer Science and a Minor in Robotics at TU Dortmund in Dortmund, Germany.

Learning Gaze Behaviors for Balancing Participation in Group Human-Robot Interactions
January 20, 2022

Our paper on learning gaze behaviors for balancing participation in groups was accepted as a full paper to HRI ‘22.

Research visit at the Interactive Machines Group led by Marynel Vázquez
October 25, 2021

I will be visiting Marynel Vázquez and the Interactive Machines Group at Yale University until the end of...

Invited speaker at first FurhatCon
June 08, 2021

I was invited to talk with my colleague Ronald Cumbal about our research at the first ever FurhatCon.

Best Paper Award at HRI '21
March 12, 2021

Our paper “Robot Gaze Can Mediate Participation Imbalance in Groups with Different Skill Levels” received the Best User Studies Paper...