Achim Gerstenberg graduated with a MSc in physics in Germany and a PhD from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in early-stage product development with the focus on cyber-physical systems. Previous experiences include research on graphene detection, reaction kinetics during the oxidation of aluminum and a variety of engineering projects from autonomous vehicles to medical devices.
Gerstenberg works on hardware development related to plant and cell experiments. This includes developing equipment for parabolic flights, how to keep cells alive for research on the International Space Station or how to grow potatoes in 3D printed sponges. Gerstenberg greatly enjoys building prototypes for testing and exploring new concepts and new ways to solve problems.
- A quantitative experiment setup for testing the effect of desirable difficulties on teaching robotics. Academic article, 2021.
- A low-cost predictive display for teleoperation: Investigating effects on human performance and workload. Academic article, 2020.
- Development and verification of a simulation for leveraging results of a human subjects programming experiment. Academic article, 2019.
- The Relevance of Testing in Engineering Product Development - Investigations on a Robot Programming Task. Academic article, 2019.
- Fixation on premature concept choices - a pitfall of early prototyping?. Academic article, 2019.
- Evaluating and optimizing chaotically behaving mobile robots with a deterministic simulation. Academic article, 2019.
- Open ended problems – A robot programming experiment to compare and test different development and design approaches. Academic chapter/article/Conference paper, 2018.
- Large-scale engineering prototyping-Approaching complex engineering problems cern-style. Academic article, 2017.
- Bridging Tangible and Virtual Interaction: Rapid Prototyping of a Gaming Idea. Academic chapter/article/Conference paper, 2015.
- A Simultaneous, Multidisciplinary Development and Design Journey – Reflections on Prototyping. Academic chapter/article/Conference paper, 2015.
- Distributed Experiments in Design Sciences, A Next Step in Design Observation Studies?. Academic chapter/article/Conference paper, 2015.