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I’m a second year Robotics Masters student at TU Delft and have been building robots for over a decade now. I enjoy learning new technical skills, as well as pushing myself to develop my leadership abilities. Ultimately, my aim is to inspire and encourage the next generation of engineers to think outside the box and pursue innovation.
A second year Robotics master student at TU Delft. I joined the team to do something meaningful and fun in my spare time and it’s a great experience so far. Having some interest in marketing I’d like to develop our brand to something fun and memorable.
A TU Delft Robotics master graduate with a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Robotics. I would like to improve the world for everyone through innovation and robotics and meet some amazing people along the way.
Ex-computer science student from Hungary with 3 years of professional software engineering experience. I joined the team to look for new challanges, meet cool people and have fun, while also working to innovate for a better world.
Trying hard to get into research, but failing miserably for now. Had 8 years of robotics experience, but prefer to work on high-level software. I aim to win RoboCup, but taking the last place is also fine.
Currently studying Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft, and in my downtime, I’m looking to learn more about robotics whilst putting my knowledge to use. I joined the team to challenge myself whilst having fun and I look forward to the progress the team has to make!
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I’m a Second year computer science student who is always open for a new challenge. My goal is to learn a lot and contribute to a fierce team of 6 robots that is to be reckoned with.
I’ve come from France to study Computer Science in Delft, joining the team because of the interest in Robotics I gained from participating in the First Tech Challenge as a high-school student.
Like to explore new things; Part-time badminton player and climber;
I am a Robotics MSc student at TU Delft, and I love tinkering and working with electronics. Being a member of the Delft Mercurians is an opportunity for me to get my hands dirty building robots while working alongside brilliant people. I strive to learn from both my mistakes and those of others—most frequently mine.
Currently, a student at TU Delft studying mechanical engineering. With a basic knowledge of robotics, I want to delve deeper into the field while applying what I am learning in my studies. Additionally, I do design work for the team.
Currently a Third-year Aerospace engineering student pursuing a minor in Engineering with Artificial Intelligence. Thrilled to be part of the Delft Mercurians football team, where I get to contribute my skills towards the team’s mission of breaking into the Robocup competition for the first time in 2024.
First year Robotics Master Student with a Mechanical Engineering background. Part of the infrastructure team helping port code from Python to Rust. However, I am eager to continue learning about the robots as well as pushing them to their limit in the competition!
I am Linus the Linelander. Grinding hard to become Felix the Flatlander
Iván López Broceño
I am a first year MSc Robotics student at TU Delft driven by curiosity. My goal is to create new robotic solutions that will shape the future we will live in for the better. In order to do that, I am focusing my career on the software of the robots and its AI. Joining the team allows me to face new challenges aimed to win the competition at the same time that I can meet and work with passionate people. Personally, I am the kind of person that say yes to every crazy plan, so count me in!
I’m a first year masters student in AI, I have quite some experience with machine learning and reinforcement learning in particular, and I am exited to apply my ML skills in the scope of this competition.