At the University of Passau, digital actors from industry, academia, and government are working together to advance digital systems research through IRIXYS, a new interdisciplinary network.
At TUM, the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence is carrying out cutting-edge interdisciplinary research into AI and robotics for everyday life.
Professor Peter Bell is a pioneer in the fields of art history and machine vision. His research will help improve our understanding of cultural heritage, and reflects contemporary discussions about AI bias.
Applied computer scientists at the University of Bamberg are currently developing an AI medical companion that will help doctors in recognising and diagnosing types of cancer and pain.
At THI, guest professor Alessandro Zimmer is strengthening collaborations between Bavaria and Latin America, driving research in AI and mobility engineering across the globe.
DIT researchers Helena Liebelt and Rui Li are developing computational simulations to provide efficient and safe solutions to real-life problems in areas ranging from rocket science to the spread of viruses using quantum computing.
Smartphones, social media, enterprise IT—digital technologies can trigger stress. The ForDigitHealth research association is investigating how we can stay digitally healthy. In order to understand the topic holistically, the researchers are working together on an interdisciplinary basis.
Successful negotiating skills are important in business—but training this ability is both time-consuming and costly. To remedy this, researchers at HNU have combined speech recognition, artificial intelligence, machine learning and virtual reality to develop a virtual negotiation training.
Metrology, computing, communications: quantum research in Erlangen has a broad base. The team of researchers at FAU and the nearby Max Planck Institutes is also at the forefront of international advances in quantum imaging, quantum computing, and encryption.
Researchers at the new Center for Philology and Digitality aim to bridge the gap between the humanities, computer science, and the digital humanities.