Marlin Strub
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Hi, my name is Marlin. I'm a roboticist primarily interested in sampling-based path planning algorithms and their implementation in C++.

I'm currently a postdoctoral researcher at NASA/JPL, where I work on path planning and control algorithms for a snake-like robot called EELS. I was previously a Ph.D. (D.Phil) student at the University of Oxford as a member of the Estimation, Search, and Planning (ESP) Group led by Dr. Jonathan D. Gammell. My research at ESP involved designing algorithms that leverage different sources of information to improve planning performance for complex systems in robotics and beyond. If you're interested in my work, you can find a list of my publications here.


Figure 1: My Ph.D supervisor Jon (right) and me (left) with NASA/JPL's Axel rover at a field test in the Mojave Desert, California, USA.

When I'm not at work, I enjoy reading, training in the gym, and being outdoors for extended periods of time.