Tim grew up in Upstate New York and got his Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. He then came to Zurich, where he received his Master's degree and PhD in robotics from ETH Zurich, focusing on system design, sensor fusion, and visual tracking for robotic building construction.
He likes syncopated rhythms and spreadable cheeses.
Fadri studied Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at ETH Zurich and Linköpings Tekniska högskolan (LiTH). After receiving his Master's degree he worked for two startups and Bosch's robotics research center in Palo Alto and then joined the Autonomous Systems Lab at ETH Zurich, where he pursued his PhD in robotics focusing on 3D perception and reinforcement learning.
Often you find Fadri in weird positions doing Acroyoga.
Abel studied mechanical and software engineering with focus on robotics at KIT and the University of Oxford. He received the PhD from ETH Zurich, working on robots for disaster relief. Since 2019, he worked as PostDoc at ETH Zurich and NTU Singapore in robotic building construction, passionate about robot vision.
However, to this date Abel still owns more bicycles than robots.
Marco is Assistant Professor for Robotic Systems at ETH Zurich. He is passionate about developing mobile robots and their intelligence to conduct some of the dirty and dangerous work. Since 2013, Marco and his team are working on robotic building construction technologies for example for drilling, plastering, excavation, masonry, or bricklaying.
Marco likes dogs – real and robotic ones.