|Neuroscientific System Theory||Technische Universität München (TUM), München, Bayern, Germany|
Area:Multisensory processing and integration algorithms, Distributed neural computational architectures for multisensory processing, Sensor fusion algorithms for robotics
Google:"Cristian Axenie "
- as of October 2011 Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Robotics, Technische Universität München
- May 2011 M.Sc. in Advanced Control Engineering (Robotics), Automation, Computers, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Faculty, Dunărea de Jos University, Galaţi, Romania
- June 2009, B.Sc. in Automation and Industrial Informatics (Robotics), Computer Science Faculty, Dunărea de Jos University, Galaţi, Romania
Mean distance: 16.46 (cluster 17)
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|Sugiarto I, Axenie C, Conradt J. (2019) FPGA-Based Hardware Accelerator for an Embedded Factor Graph with Configurable Optimization Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computers. 28: 1950031|
|Mirus F, Axenie C, Stewart TC, et al. (2018) Neuromorphic sensorimotor adaptation for robotic mobile manipulation: From sensing to behaviour Cognitive Systems Research. 50: 52-66|
|Axenie C, Richter C, Conradt J. (2016) A Self-Synthesis Approach to Perceptual Learning for Multisensory Fusion in Robotics. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 16|
|Axenie C, Conradt J. (2015) Cortically inspired sensor fusion network for mobile robot egomotion estimation Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 71: 69-82|
|Axenie C, Conradt J. (2012) Synthesis of Distributed Cognitive Systems: Interacting Maps for Sensor Fusion Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 6|