Christoph Petzoldt

Department Head in the IPS department Robotics and Automation

Curriculum vitae

Christoph Petzoldt studied Systems Engineering (B.Sc and M.Sc) at the University of Bremen, focusing on automation technology and robotics, and graduated in 2017. After his graduation, he was until 2019 in the Robotics Group of the University of Bremen, where he worked in the field of machine learning and did research on learning robotic skills from human demonstration. Since then, Mr. Petzoldt has been working as a researcher at the 'Bremer Institute for Production and Logistics (BIBA)' in the Robotics and Automation department. During this time, he worked on and led R&D projects in the fields of production, logistics, and process automation with a focus on industrial assembly. His main research interests are in the areas of intelligent human-robot collaboration, dynamically reconfigurable production systems as well as assistance systems for human-machine interaction. Since 2020, Mr. Petzoldt has been head of the department Robotics and Automation.

Research interest

  • Intelligent human-robot collaboration
  • Dynamic task allocation in hybrid assembly systems
  • Modular and reconfigurable assembly systems
  • Assistance systems for human-machine interaction
  • Modular digital twin for the control of production systems and automated guided vehicles


Astradis Automated Specification Tool for AGV Deployment in SMBs
EKIMuPP Design of a digital and AI-assisted flexible assembly line to increase product and process innovation
KoMILo Context-dependent, Al-based interface for multimodal human-machine interaction with technical logistics systems
IRiS Interactive robotic system for unloading of sea containers
AxIoM Gamified AI Assistance System for Support of Manual Assembly Processes
PaTRo Pallet-Tagging-Robot: Development of a demonstrator for automatic attaching of RFID transponders on wooden-flat-pallets
INPRO Substitution einer bisherigen Fertigungstechnologie durch FSW
Celluveyor Highly Flexible and Modular Conveying and Positioning System based on Omnidirectional Technology
EMOSES Development of a method to recognize universal logistic goods inside a container using 3D vision
SIMKAB Simplifizierte Kabine
DrugRob Automatische Beladung von Rollcontainern
OMrEST Optimierung des Materialflusses bei der roboterbasierten Entnahme von logistischen Stückgütern aus Transportcontainern zur Sicherstellung der Wirtschaftlichkeit des Gesamtsystems
Kaffeerob Automatic robot-based unloading of bagged goods from containers
Hanserob Hanserob


Christoph Petzoldt
BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH
Hochschulring 20
28359 Bremen
Telephone +49(0)421/218-50119