I received an M.Sc in Robotics from Mälardalens University in 2019. Since 2019 I have worked as a research engineer at Mälardalens University. From 2020 I'm enrolled as a PhD student in electronics at Mälardalens University.
My research interests lie within robotics and autonomous vehicles in general and in particular two-wheeled autonomous vehicles. This includes control methods for controlling the vehicles, sensors and electronics, algorithms, and embedded systems. My thesis will investigate how to control and navigate an autonomous bicycle in both simulations, and experiments conducted on an ordinary-sized electrical bicycle.
Trajectory tracking and stabilisation of a riderless bicycle (Sep 2021) Niklas Persson, Martin Ekström, Mikael Ekström, Alessandro Papadopoulos 24th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation (ITSC2021)
A Comparative Analysis and Design of Controllers for Autonomous Bicycles (Jun 2021) Niklas Persson, Tom Andersson , Anas Fattouh, Martin Ekström, Alessandro Papadopoulos 20th European Control Conference (ECC 2021)
A Loop Shaping Method for Stabilising a Riderless Bicycle (Oct 2019) Tom Andersson , Niklas Persson, Anas Fattouh, Martin Ekström European Conference on Mobile Robots (ECMR 2019)
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