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LiU@HomeWreckers

“The team from Sweden”

The team consists of students, PhD students and professors from Linköping University. It is a collaboration between two departments, the deparment for Human Centered Systems (HCS) and the deparment of Artificial Intelligence and Integrated Computer Systems (AIICS). The students come from a variety of different programs.


The Team

Sofia Thunberg

Master student in Cognitive Science

Team captain. Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is people detection.

Anna Westin

Undergraduate student in Cognitive Science

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is natural language processing.

Mattias Tiger

PhD student in Computer Science

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is technical expert and project management advisor.

Jennifer Lindgren

Undergraduate student in Computer Science

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is human robot interaction.

Hampus Eriksson

Undergraduate student in Computer Science

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is action learning.

Fredrik Löfgren

Master student in Applied Physics

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is navigation.

Hanna Hamrell

Master student in Signal and Image Processing

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is object detection.

Tore Haglund

Undergraduate student in Cognitive Science

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is knowledge representation.

Alex Anis

Alex Anis

Master of engineering in Robotics

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is natural language processing.

Alexander Wilkens

Alexander Wilkens

Undergraduate student in Computer Science

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is object detection.

William Sjöblom

William Sjöblom

Undergraduate student in Computer Science

Main focus in LiU@HomeWreckers is natural language processing.








Supporting and Advisory

Sam Thellman

Sam Thellman

PhD student in Cognitive Science

Supporting LiU@HomeWreckers.

Fredrik Heintz

Fredrik Heintz

Associate Professor in Computer Science

Supporting LiU@HomeWreckers.

Tom Ziemke

Tom Ziemke

Professor in Cognitive Science

Supporting LiU@HomeWreckers
with the Pepper robot and a lab environment.