Ing. Martin Gurtner

PhD student • gurtnmar [at] fel [dot] cvut [dot] cz
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Martin Gurtner is a doctoral student supervised by Zdeněk Hurák. He started his doctoral studies in the fall 2016. His research focus is on real-time optimization for control. In this regard, he has been building on top of his master's research in the domain of micromanipulation by shaping electric or magnetic fields through arrays of microelectrodes or coils, respectively, which he has conducted in the same group.

Saikin, D. A., T. Baca, M. Gurtner, and M. Saska, "Wildfire Fighting by Unmanned Aerial System Exploiting Its Time-Varying Mass", IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, vol. 5, no. 2: IEEE, pp. 2674–2681, 2020.
Matouš, J., A. Kollarčík, M. Gurtner, T. Michálek, and Z. Hurák, "Optimization-based Feedback Manipulation Through an Array of Ultrasonic Transducers", 8th IFAC Symposium on Mechatronic Systems MECHATRONICS 2019, vol. 52, issue 15, Vienna, Austria, pp. 483 - 488, 2019. Abstract
Gurtner, M., and J. Zemánek, "Ball in double hoop: demonstration model for numerical optimal control", 20th IFAC World Congress, vol. 50, issue 1: IFAC, pp. 2379 - 2384, 07/2017.
Gurtner, M., and J. Zemánek, "Twin-beam real-time position estimation of micro-objects in 3D", Measurement Science and Technology, vol. 27, issue 12, pp. 127003, 12, 2016. Abstract