Edvin Åblad

Doktorand at Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Edvin Ă…blad is an industrial PhD student at Fraunhofer-Chalmers Research Centre (FCC)/ Mathematical Sciences within the Applied Mathematics and Mathematical statistics programme since September 2017. He works at the Geometry and Motion Planning department where he develops models and algorithms for cycle time optimization of robot-stations in the automotive industry.

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Showing 4 publications

2021

Continuous collision detection of pairs of robot motions under velocity uncertainty

Edvin Åblad, Domenico Spensieri, Robert Bohlin et al
IEEE Transactions on Robotics. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2021

Collision-free robot coordination and visualization tools for robust cycle time optimization

Domenico Spensieri, Edvin Åblad, Jonas Kressin et al
Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering. Vol. 21 (4)
Journal article
2021

Modeling and optimization of implementation aspects in industrial robot coordination

Domenico Spensieri, Edvin Åblad, Robert Bohlin et al
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing. Vol. 69
Journal article

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2017–2022

Interlinked combinatorial and geometrical optimization problems in an autonomous automotive manufacturing industry

Edvin Åblad Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Domenico Spensieri Product Development
Ann-Brith Strömberg Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Robert Bohlin Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre
Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF)

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