Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Ardian Jusufi graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, where most of his formal training took place. He moved to the University of Cambridge where he was a Queens' College Postdoctoral Research Associate. Subsequently, Ardian was a research scientist at Harvard University, under the supervision of Prof. Wood of the Harvard Microrobotics Laboratory at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically-Inspired Engineering. He was a lecturer in Sydney before founding the Max Planck Research Group in 2018. His research group is an integral part, in fact one of the first research groups of the Cyber Valley ecosystem.  Ardian has been a Max Planck Research Group Leader [~Associate Professor] at the MPI for Intelligent Systems (formerly Metals Research) for over three years.
Awards & Honors (Selected)

OutstandingTeaching Award for G.S.Instructors – U.C.Berkeley.

William V. Power Award – U.C.Berkeley.

Queens’ College Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cambridge University.                                                                           

Darwin College Postdoctoral Research Affiliate, Cambridge University.

Best Poster Presentation – 8thInternational Symposium Adaptive Motion in Animals and Machines, Japan.

Best Presentation Competition,Runner-up, Soc. Int. Comp. B. Annual main conference.

Invited Speaker ICRA 2022

Invited Symposium Speaker SICB 2021

Invited Speaker RSS 2019