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Germany / 16 employees

The Division of Micro-robotics and Control Engineering at the University of Oldenburg has expertise in most areas around micro-robots, especially in micro-actuators, micro-robots, image processing for optical and scanning electron microscopes, and adaptive micro-robot control. Moreover, UNIOL has wide experience in setting up flexible micro-robot-based nano-handling stations and applying them to different fields like handling of biol. cells, TEM-lamellae and nanowires, electron-beam induced material deposition and nano-materialtesting. UNIOL has recently coordinated the biggest European micro-robotic research project ROBOSEM.

Albert Sill studied physics at the University of Oldenburg. He received his Dr. rer. nat. in 1993 with a thesis about wave propagation in turbulent media. He was working as staff member of the University president and as executive of a scientific society before he joined the new founded Divison of Microrobotics and Control Engineering in 2001. He is responsible for the project
management of the group.



Albert Sill: albert.sill@uni-oldenburg.de


Christian Stolle studied Computer Science with minor Microsystem Technologies at the University of Freiburg. He focused on Machine Learning. The topic of his thesis was "Learning from Interpretations". He received his diploma in 2005. Afterwards he worked as scientific staff member at the chair of Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing at the University of Freiburg.
He is working as Ph.D. student at the Division of Microrobotics and Control Engineering at the University of Oldenburg since February 2006.


Christian Stolle: christian.stolle@kisum.uni-oldenburg.de