Lasse Peters


About Me

I am a first year PhD student in the Photogrammetry & Robotics Lab at University of Bonn where I am advised by Prof. Cyrill Stachniss. My research interests focus on optimal control, game-theoretic planning, and decision-making under uncertainty. Before coming to Bonn, I received my master’s degree in Mechatronics from TU Hamburg in 2020. During my master’s degree program, I was a visiting student and research scholar at UC Berkeley where I worked with Prof. Claire J. Tomlin and Prof. Zachary N. Sunberg at the Hybrid Systems Laboratory. There, I also wrote my master’s thesis on “Accommodating Intention Uncertainty in General-Sum Games for Human-Robot Interaction”.

In my free time I am working with some amazing people at the RoboCup SPL Team HULKs where we design and implement algorithms that enable humanoid robots to play soccer.


For coordinating meetings, this calendar shows times when I will be busy.



Reset behavior prediction C++ cost inference differential games humanoid robotics inverse dynamic games Julia multi-agent RoboCup SPL

Inferring Objectives in Continuous Dynamic Games

inverse dynamic games cost inference

Inference-Based Strategy Alignment for General-Sum Differential Games

behavior prediction differential games multi-agent


humanoid robotics multi-agent RoboCup SPL