PhD/Postdoc Exchange Program – Testimonies
"More than my career, this experience broadened my thinking"
“The ANYmal robot is cute but super powerful! I love it!”
"Thanks to this exchange experience, I have a unique chance to communicate with new researchers and be exposed to new thoughts"
"Several discussions and inputs sessions with senior members of the host lab gave me valuable feedback on my work."
”This experience has profoundly influenced my approach towards making an impactful educational robot.”
“Great experience, NCCR communication was very nice and made everything to make this exchange possible”
"This experience inspired my career as my host Professor spent time discussing my career and possibilities in research and in industry"
"NCCR Robotics has helped me gain significant lab experience in a highly productive research lab."
"I successfully finished the goal in my proposal. The results lead to a paper, which has been accepted by ECCV2018 – one of the top conference in computer vision"
"I have been inspired by and have learned a great deal from my labmates at RRL."
"This experience definitely inspired me since it broadened my computer vision expertise to solve new problems."
"The knowledge that I acquired as well as the interaction with expertise of the field helped understand my interests and define my future plans."
Juan comes from Mexico and in 2015/2016 spent 3 months working on trajectory stabilization for underactuated robots in the Buchli Lab, ETH Zurich.
“The research stay at TU Delft was not only beneficial for my research and the advancement of my PhD but also reaffirmed my passion for being an engineer in neurorehabilitation.”
"The NCCR exchange program has allowed me to take a substantial step in pursuing my research goals, while simultaneously expanding my research horizon. With access to new collaborators, new perspectives, and new equipment, the experience has already provided fruitful results"
“The NCCR Robotics exchange program was a great experience for me!”
“I’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with researchers from all over the world, learn about a range of different research goals and approaches and experience life in a new country and culture."