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Friday, September 4, 2015

04/09/2015: New Men for MARS at Planet Ocean

Surrey-based Planet Ocean Ltd is pleased to announce the arrival of two new team members joining their Marine Autonomous Systems Group located at the National Oceanography Centre MARSIC (Marine Autonomous & Robotics Systems Innovation Centre).
       

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Dr Marcus Müller EngD, PGDip, BEng (Hons) joins as Electronics Design Engineer.

Marcus joins us after completing his Bioengineering Doctorate (EngD) in medical devices at the University of Strathclyde.  Prior to this, he was awarded a PGDip in Geospatial Mapping Sciences from Glasgow University, and his first degree (BEng) in Mechatronics from the University of Applied Sciences, Regensburg Germany.

Marcus spent time as an intern at BMW China, where amongst other things he analysed and optimised the KUKA- Robot automated production processes for the 3 & 5 Series jig lines.

In addition to his native German, and English, Marcus also speaks basic Chinese.  In his spare time he enjoys basketball and skiing.       

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We also welcome on board Jérémy Sitbon.

Jérémy is our Software Designer and joins us after graduating from the Engineering school Polytech Paris-UPMC part of Pierre et Marie Curie University (Paris, France) with a major in robotics engineering, where he undertook an internship with the French Defense Procurement working on micro-UAV’s vision systems.

Jérémy also spent time as an intern working on autonomous terrestrial vehicles at the GPS & Vehicles Dynamics Laboratory, Auburn University, Alabama, USA.
Jérémy is an accomplished pianist.


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