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Mirco Martens

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Mirco Martens

Technische Universität Berlin
Fachgebiet Regelungssysteme
Sekretariat EN11
Einsteinufer 17
D-10587 Berlin

Office: EN 268 (Elektrotechnik Neubau)
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-29729
Email-1: mirco.martens@tu-berlin.de
Email-2: mirco.martens@beuth-hochschule.de

Brief Biography

I studied physical engineering at the Technical University of Berlin in Germany from 2008 to 2015, with focus on mechatronic systems and numerics.

Since finishing my studies in 2015 I’m a PhD candidate in the Control Systems Group headed by Prof. Jörg Raisch at TU Berlin. Further I was working as a research assistant in the Bio-robotics and the Human-Robot- Interaction Lab since 2015, both headed by Dr. Ivo Boblan, which were part of the control systems group until the end of 2016. At the beginning of 2017 the Bio-robotics Lab changed to the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin and is now headed by Prof. Ivo Boblan. Due to this I'm now working as a research assistant at the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin.

My special interests are the modelling and control of pneumatic systems, especially pneumatic robots and non-linear control theory.

Research Projects


  • Control of an exoskeleton for the upper body, driven by pneumatic muscle actuators


  • Control of the Festo Bionic Motion Robot exhibited at the Hannover Fair 2017
  • KobotAERGO - Development of a soft human-robot-interface with adaptive stiffness for a collaborative robot in an industrial environment


Peer-reviewed articles published in CONFERENCE proceedings

M. Martens, A. Passon, I. Boblan. A Sensor-Less Approach of a Torque Controller for Pneumatic Muscle Actuator Driven Joints. In Japan, Nagoya, 2017.


Supervised Theses

Stefan Kriehs. Vergleich verschiedener Messprinzipien zur Längenmessung pneumatischer Muskelaktoren. Bachelor Thesis, TU Berlin, Germany, 2017.

Michael Drummond. Development of a test rig for the automated measurement of the static force characteristic of pneumatic muscle actuators. Bachelor Thesis, TU Berlin, Germany, 2016.

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