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Annual Report of MPS
Research Reports are published in German in the annual report of the Max Planck Society (the abstract is written in English).
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Alongside topical short reports as well as the sections Physics & Astronomy, Biology & Medicine, Matter & Material, Environment & Climate, and Culture & Society, every issue of MaxPlanckForschung contains a special focus on a specific subject. The articles cover all areas of current fundamental research – from cosmic objects on the frontiers of space and time through ecological and social systems, up to the molecular and atomic structures on which the inanimate world is based.
October 27, 2017
Max Planck Research Group Leader Philipp Hennig will use the five-year funding with a total of 1.45 million Euros for his “Probabilistic Automated Numerical Analysis in Machine learning and Artificial intelligence (PANAMA)” project.
October 26, 2017
The Algorithm EnhanceNet-PAT is OK not being perfect – but shows a better result. [more]
October 25, 2017
For the second time, Dr. Samuel Sánchez from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart receives the Guinness World Record for the smallest nanotube travelling through fluid like a jet engine. [more]
October 23, 2017
The technology company is joining the research collaboration on AI initiated by the Max Planck Society [more]
August 02, 2017
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July 12, 2017
The Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems is celebrating the opening of its new building in Tübingen
July 11, 2017
The first textbook on micron-scale mobile robotics, introducing the fundamentals of design, analysis, fabrication and control is now available, written by Metin Sitti, director at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart. [more]
June 29, 2017
The lack of clean water in many areas around the world is a major public health problem. One day, tiny robots could help address this issue by zooming around contaminated water and cleaning up disease-causing bacteria. Scientists report a new development toward this goal