The award recognizes significant novel contributions to materials science by a young researcher
The International Conference on Future - Breakthroughs in Science and Society
Prof. Bernhard Schölkopf, Director of the department "Empirical Inference", is talking about Artificial Intelligence. Friday, November 9, 4:45 p.m, Berlin, Radialsystem V, Holzmarktstraße 33.
Scientists developed specially coated nanometer-sized vehicles that can be actively moved through dense tissue like the vitreous of the eye. So far, the transport of nano-vehicles has only been demonstrated in model systems or biological fluids, but not in real tissue. The work was published in the journal Science Advances and constitutes one step further towards nanorobots becoming minimally-invasive tools for precisely delivering medicine to where it is needed.
Maria Wirzberger has joined our lab as a postdoc. Her work will primarily focus on executive functions training and intelligent cognitive tutors. She holds a multidisciplinary background that spans psychology, education, and computer science and recently submitted her Ph.D. thesis at TU Chemnitz. Welcome Maria!
Tübingen - On Thursday 26th October, Baden-Württemberg's Science Minister Theresia Bauer visited us at the Institute. Media representatives from the region were also invited. The reason for the event was to present the Cyber Valley Initiative - one of the largest research cooperations in Europe in the field of artificial intelligence - to the press.
Want to contribute to world-leading research in areas such as machine learning, computer vision, robot dynamics and control, micro- and nano-robotics, or haptics? Then sign up for the International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems or IMPRS-IS now!
Lin Xu has joined our lab for an internship on incentivizing self-directed learning with optimal brain points. She studied human-computer-interaction at the University of Munich and received her master’s degree in 2018. Welcome Lin!
Michael Strecke received the DAGM Best Master's Thesis Award at this year's GCPR conference for his thesis "Sublabel-accurate Convex Relaxation with Total Generalized Variation Regularization" which he wrote at Universität Konstanz.