I’m Jacques Kaiser, born in France, global citizen.
Throughout my studies, I lived and worked in four different countries - France, England, Australia and Germany. Graduated with an international Master degree in computer graphics, vision and robotics, I am now working as a robotics engineer in FZI and simultaneously pursuing a PhD within the Human Brain Project.
Aside from my studies, I have cumulated years of experience working in web development for startups. Proficient full-stack developer, I pick up new technologies very quickly.
I am currently employed as a robotics engineer at FZI research center for information technology, and simultaneously pursuing a PhD within the Human Brain Project in Neurorobotics.
As a robotics engineer, I am involved in a variety of robotics projects, with a focus on computer vision, machine learning and web development.
As a PhD student, I am developing spiking network models to learn robot control from event-based vision. I also participate in the development of the Neurorobotics platform, a web-app wiring brain simulations with robotic simulations.
Reference - Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Dillmann
Robotics engineer at FZI, Karlsruhe, and Human Brain Project PhD student
Second year of Master in Robotics, Graphics and Vision in Université Grenoble Alpes
Gap year in Australia, web developer in a startup
First year of Master in Science of Images, Strasbourg University
Erasmus at Durham University, England
Started Computer Science at the University of Strasbourg, France
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