Faculty of Science UvA


Research interest

See also the Intelligent Robotics Lab. On UvA experts in artificial intelligence page it is summarized as follows:

Arnoud Visser is a lecturer in Computer Science. His areas of expertise are artificial intelligence and robotics. The focus of his research is on the cooperation of robot teams, especially in the context of the RoboCup competitions.

Current projects

  1. RoboCup Rescue
  2. Dutch Nao Team
  3. UvA@work
  4. UvA@home

Current location (2011-)

    mobile robot lab C3.165
    Science park 904
    1098 XH Amsterdam
    Nederland 4°9603' eastern longitude, 52°3550' northern latitude

Previous Activities

Member Decis-Lab

Previous projects

  1. Micro Arial Vehicles
  2. Accompany
  3. SI4MS
  4. Smart Inside
  5. Interactive Collaborative Information Systems
  6. Virtual Laboratory
  7. Dutch Aibo Team
  8. 'Rekeningrijden'
  9. On-line plan-generation for the MARIE-robot
  10. WalkGuide; a demonstration of mobility applications for a handheld computer
  11. Virtual Traffic Lab

Finished Activities

@  See A. Visser's Curriculum Vitae.
The top-10 list of Dutch robotic researchers according to Google Scholar:
  1. Robert Babuska
  2. Maarten Steinbuch
  3. Kees Van Hee
  4. Martijn Wisse
  5. Stefano Stramigioli
  6. Eldert van Henten
  7. Jan Broenink
  8. Jens Kober
  9. Manual Mazo
  10. Arnoud Visser
The top-10 list of Dutch computer science researchers according to Google Scholar:
  1. Jan van Leeuwen
  2. Jan Willem Klop
  3. Jan Rutten
  4. Ameen Abu-Hanna
  5. Cees de Laat
  6. Rinus Plasmeijer
  7. Pieter W. Hemker
  8. Adrie Beulens
  9. Katy Wolstencroft
  10. Peter AN Bosman
The top-10 list of University of Amsterdam's artificial intelligence researchers according to Google Scholar:
  1. Max Welling
  2. Ben Kröse
  3. Ameen Abu-Hanna
  4. Frans Groen
  5. Bert Bredeweg
  6. Radboud Winkels
  7. Frank Nack
  8. Tom van Engers
  9. Rajat Thomas
  10. Arnoud Visser
KNAW's Narcis lists me in the top-10 for both Kunstmatige Intelligentie and Robotica. Same for Artificial Intelligence, unfortunately not for Robotics (the unlucky number 13).


@  See A. Visser's publication list.

Created in November 1993 A.Visser@uva.nl