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Karl Hansen

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • Aalborg Universitet
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Recent publications

  • Subjective Experience of Interacting with a Social Robot at a Danish Airport1

    • Nielsen S
    • Bonnerup E
    • Hansen A
    • et al.
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  • An autonomous robotic system for mapping weeds in fields

    • Hansen K
    • Garcia-Ruiz F
    • Kazmi W
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Aalborg Universitet

July 2018 - Present

Postdoctoral researcher

Aalborg University

December 2013 - June 2018(5 years)

Ph.d. fellow

Aalborg University

October 2010 - November 2013(3 years)



Aalborg Universitet

October 2010 - June 2014(4 years)

M.Sc. EE

Aalborg University

September 2008 - June 2010(2 years)

B.Sc. EE

Aalborg University

September 2005 - June 2008(3 years)

Research interests


Upon finishing high school KH decided to enter the Danish army leading to a tour in Iraq in 2005. Even though he liked the atmosphere and trials of the soldier life, it fell him short of intelectual stimulation, and he entered Aalborg University upon returning to Denmark. In 2008 he earned his Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering specializing in communications, having worked with, inter alia, satellite communications in connection to the student satellite AAUSAT3. In the summer of 2010 KH graduated from the master's program at the Applied Signal Processing and Implementation specialization at Aalborg University. While working on his education KH has also worked at Texas Instruments, doing hardware testing on prototype mobile phones, and at the Danish Maritime Safety Administration, developing a software tool for evaluating the quality of satellite data. Until 2014 KH worked as a PhD fellow with the ASETA project at Aalborg University, looking into Task Decomposition and Task Allocation for heterogenous multirobot systems. He received his PhD in the summer of 2014 and continues to work at Aalborg University, currently focussing on social robotics in the patient@home project.

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