I finished my master thesis in 2014, and started working in hardware RnD in the Defence and Aerospace sector for one of the leading tech companies in Norway. I later returned to The University of Oslo, where I am currently writing my PHD as a part of the Robotics and Intelligent Systems research group.
My main interest is in making functional robots in hardware, and I am currently developing a four legged mammal inspired robot through the EPEC project.
Master in Robotics and Intelligent Systems, 2009-2014
University of Oslo
Titan.no, 24. apr 2018 An interview about autonomous robots and dynamic morphology (Norwegian)
Framtida.no, 29. jan 2017
An interview about rapid prototyping and evolutionary robotics (Norwegian)
Titan.no, 20. apr 2017
A short talk about the future of robotics (Norwegian)
TU.no, 12. feb 2017 An interview with Minoru Asada and Jim Tørresen about humanoid robots and use of robots in healthcare (Norwegian)
Titan.no, 11. oct 2016
Interview about robots that learn, and the goals of the EPEC project (Norwegian)
Aftenposten.no, 12. nov 2014
Article about adaptive robots and evolving robot morphologies (Norwegian)
The robot I am developing as part of my PHD - a four legged mammal-inspired robot with mechanical self-reconfiguration.
“Engineering Predictability with Embodied Cognition” - A University of Oslo project, funded by the Research Council of Norway