The lakhsmi consortium (2016 - 2020) aimed to develop novel bioinspired flow sensors for near-field sensing. Ben worked on two WP's within this project as part of his PhD.
Ben was modelling, prototyping and testing sensors to work towards artificial lateral line hydrodynamic imaging: the ability to detect and track nearby underwater objects and obstacles. See also publications
The team works with Alice, a domestic service robot capable of autonomous navigation, SLAM, object recognition and manipulion.
From 2014 to 2016, Ben lead the team, held numerous demonstrations, designed the coorporate style, maintained the behavior architecture and developed the offline speech recognition and interaction system.
Besides being the chair of the association board in '11-'12, Ben has contributed in organizing two study trips and was active for several years in the academic broadening committee organizing lectures and company visits. Currently, he holds a position in the advisory board.
His creative side is highlighted by designing several yearbooks, layouting several magazines, committee logo's and posters.
Artificial Intelligence, Speech Recognition, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Robotics, Layout Design, Numbers, Python, Matlab, LaTeX, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Illustrator, Neuroscience, Image Recognition, Sound Processing, Explanations, ...