David Garzón Ramos

PhD student in Swarm Robotics

Introducing myself, 

I am researcher at IRIDIA, the Artificial Intelligence research laboratory of the Université Libre de Bruxelles. My research is funded by the Colombian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation ‑ Minciencias, Colombia, and also through the ERC DEMIURGE project

I received an Electronics Engineer degree and a master's degree on Engineering and Industrial Automation from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. I also received a master’s degree on Automation and Robotics from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. In 2017, I joined the team of Dr. Mauro Birattari and started a PhD on Engineering and Technology under his supervision. 

My research interests are swarm robotics, optimization-based design of control software, and the Robot Operating System (ROS).

I love producing robot videos!!! Specially when there are many of them :) .

The DEMIURGE: automatic design of robot swarms


I conduct my research within the framework of the ERC DEMIURGE project

Our goal is to advance the state of the art in swarm robotics by developing the DEMIURGE: an intelligent system that is able to design and realize robot swarms in a totally integrated and automatic way. 

I investigate the automatic designing robot swarms that are capable of reacting to environmental changes and of performing sequences of tasks.

ICRA 2022, as a SciCommer

I am one of the awardees of the 
IEEE RAS Science Communication Awards for ICRA 2022! 

Click below for posts and videos about the the greatest robotics conference festival. :)

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David Garzón Ramos

david.garzon.ramos@ulb.be


IRIDIA – CP 194/6
Université libre de Bruxelles
Av. F.D. Roosevelt 50
1050 Brussels
Belgium

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Selected papers

D. Garzón Ramos and M. Birattari (2020). Automatic design of collective behaviors for robots that can display and perceive colors. Applied Sciences, 10(13):4654

J.J. Roldán et al. (2019). Multi-robot systems, virtual reality and ROS: developing a new generation of operator interfaces. In: A. Koubaa (eds) Robot Operating System (ROS). Studies in Computational Intelligence, 778. Springer, Cham, Switzerland

Affiliation and funding