After receiving his Master’s degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), in October 2007, Sven Gowal joined the Distributed Intelligent Systems and Algorithms Laboratory (DISAL) in May 2008.
He started his PhD thesis under the supervision of Prof. Alcherio Martinoli in October 2008 and is studying graph-theoretic methods to control large groups of robots.
|2005-2007||MSc, Computer Science, EPFL|
|2007||Master Thesis: “Traffic Planning for DARPA Grand Challenge“
with Prof. Joel Burdick at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech, USA)
|2002-2005||BSc, Computer Science, EPFL|
|2004-2005||Exchange program, Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU, USA)|
PhD Candidate, Distributed Intelligent Systems & Algorithms Lab., EPFL, 2008-present
Signals, Instruments and Systems, SS 2012-2013, Guest Lecturer
Distributed Intelligent Systems, WS 2012-2013, Teaching assistant, guest Lecturer
Signals, Instruments and Systems, SS 2011-2012, Guest Lecturer
Signals, Instruments and Systems, SS 2010-2011, Guest Lecturer
Distributed Intelligent Systems, WS 2010-2011, Teaching Assistant
Distributed Intelligent Systems, WS 2009-2010, Head Teaching Assistant, guest lecturer
Introduction to Embedded Systems, SS 2008-2009, Teaching Assistant, guest lecturer
Swarm Intelligence, WS 2006-2007, Teaching Assistant