About Florian Lier

Florian Lier My name is Florian Lier, I am a PhD Student at CITEC / Bielefeld University, Germany. To keep it short and simple: I am interested in nearly everything related to computer science — which is quite a pain sometimes. My interests range from various Unix-like operating systems to web technologies and distributed systems, from robotics and simulation environments to programming languages and dialects, software development, continuous integration and deployment and back to system engineering and human-robot interaction, TBC [...].

In the past three years, I have been focusing on the reproducibility aspect of software intensive robotics experiments. Please take a look at my list of publications for detailed information.

I hope you enjoy reading this blog and - of course - I hope it solves one or two problems.

Publications

ORCID

Invited Talks

  • Indiana University — 'Modeling Software Systems in Experimental Robotics for Improved Reproducibility' | May 20th 2017. Bloomington, USA

  • Christian Albrechts University — 'From Publication to Replication in Robotics (Computer Science) — A Long Journey' | March 18th 2016. Kiel, Germany

  • CoR-Lab — 'From Software Systems to Automated Experiment Execution' | May 18th 2015. Bielefeld, Germany

  • Robert BOSCH GmbH — 'From System Modeling to Automated System Testing' | February 12th 2015. Stuttgart, Germany

Research Projects

My Theses

Supervision

Teaching

PhD Schools

Open Source Contributions

In general, it is a good idea to browse my GitHub Repositories. However, here are a few selected projects.