Optimistic curiosity is the basis for Peter’s adventurous motivation guided by the motto “There´s always a way!” As a student at the Vienna University of Technology in his free time he’s not only into building robots but you can also find him at the beach volleyball court or on the motocross track. Due to his nature he’s constantly looking for a harmonious interaction as well in the group as with the surroundings. His systematic way of meeting challenges often leads to creative new solutions.
CURRENTLY, Peter is a student at the Vienna University of Technology, having finished my master thesis in the field of autonomous industrial robotics at Infineon Technologies AG.
His GOAL is to create new innovative solutions to make life easier and more enjoyable.
HE PURSUES THE VISION of implementing industrial automated systems and constructing a domestic robot to relieve elderly people of arduous household chores, assist physically handicapped persons with their daily routine and in the future enrich everybody’s life.
HIS SUCCESSFUL PROJECTS include programming a localization algorithm on the mobile robot Pioneer PD-DX, linear and nonlinear control of a translational rotational coupled oscillator and being the cofounder of thoughtSeekers, a video motivational platform.
My passion for automation goes back to early childhood. When I was 12 years old my parents gave me the Lego Mindstorms Robotics Command System and I was quickly fascinated by the possibilities arising. At the age of 16 I was introduced to programming robots by a college professor at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences. By participating in his robotics course while still going to school, he then became a great personal mentor, leading me to the Vienna University of Technology.
Taking part in different international robotic competitions like the Robot Challenge in Vienna or the RoboT at the University of Maribor in Slovenia, he deepened his knowledge in robotics.
Personally I am enthusiastic about travelling, motor biking, adventure sports, swimming and snowboarding.
And my favourite quote is an anonymous one:
“Impossible only means that you haven’t found the solution yet.”
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