Robert Neßelrath, M.Sc.

Robert Neßelrath was born in Düren, Germany and is researcher at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI Saarbrücken). He received his diploma in mathematics from the Fachhochschule Aachen, Germany in 2005 and his MSc in computer science from the Saarland University in 2008. Since then he is working in the Intelligent User Interfaces group for a number of topics such as multimodal dialogue systems, middleware platforms, machine learning and knowledge representation. In the AAL (Ambient Assisted Living) domain, he was involved in the European funded STREPs i2home and VITAL. He was also involved in the projects THESEUS and SemProM funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Between 2012 and 2014, he has been working for DFKI’s automotive group as the main developer of the SiAM-dp multimodal dialogue system architecture. In MADMACS, he is continuing this role and works on dialogue management topics such as multi-party interaction and interaction metaphors.

Robert was also involved in several industry projects for companies like BMW, Buhl Data and Kohlpharma. His teaching activities embrace the mentoring of some bachelor/master theses and lecturing in the seminar “Multimodal Dialog in Cyber-Physical Environments”.


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