Muhammad Asif Arain


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I am a PhD student at Mobile Robotics & Olfaction Lab and team member of the Gasbot Project since September 2012. My research topic is "Sensor Planning Strategies for Robot Emission Monitoring". My supervisors are Erik Schaffernicht, Marco Trincavelli, Marcello Cirillo and Achim J. Lilienthal. My research interests are sensor planning, remote gas sensing and mapping, and optimization techniques.

Brief CV

I am from Badin, located at the south of Pakistan, near Arabian Sea. I have received my masters under the European Union mobility program of Erasmus Mundus in EMARO (European Master on Advanced Robotics) with dual masters degrees from Warsaw University of Technology, Poland in 2011 and University of Genova, Italy in 2012. My masters thesis was "Path Planning for a Quadruped Robot on Uneven Terrain" which was conducted at Italian Institute of Technology, Italy. My supervisors for this research were Ioannis Havoutis, Claudio Semini and Jonas Buchli.
Before coming to europe, I did my bachelors in Electronic Engineering from Mehran University of Engineering & Technology (Pakistan) in 2005, and then I worked as an Instrument Engineer at Pakarab Fertilizers Limited (Pakistan) for almost 4 years.


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Muhammad Asif Arain
Mobile Robotics & Olfaction Lab,
Center of Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS),
School of Science and Technology,
Írebro University
70182 Írebro, Sweden
Room: T1214
Phone: (+46/0) 19 - 30 1355
Fax: (+46/0) 19 - 30 3463
Email (masked to avoid spamming): asif {dot} arain {at} oru {dot} se

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