Alexander Langmann

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Room Hochbrück 3.4.16
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Research Topics

  • Trajectory planning
  • Vehicle interaction
  • Prediction
  • Autonomous racing


After completing my Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering in Vienna, I pursued my Master's studies at TUM, where I graduated from the Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence program. During my Master's thesis, I contributed to the TUM Autonomous Motorsport Team by focusing on local trajectory planning.

Since September 2023, I have been working as a doctoral candidate under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Johannes Betz at the Professorship of Autonomous Vehicle Systems. In my research, I focus on exploring algorithms for trajectory planning that accurately consider the complex interactions between various vehicles on the racetrack. Additionally, I continue to be an active member of the TUM Autonomous Motorsport Team, leading the trajectory planning division. Our most recent success was securing first place at the Indy Autonomous Challenge @ CES 2024 in Las Vegas.