At TUM, the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence is carrying out cutting-edge interdisciplinary research into AI and robotics for everyday life.
In the small town of Ruhstorf an der Rott, researchers at the Technology Center for Energy are tackling the big sustainability questions of our time: How should we design energy systems of the future?
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.
How can interdisciplinary and multiscalar approaches be used to better understand spatially distinct cultural systems as well as global interconnectivity? Researchers in Regensburg are leading the way in looking for answers.
The Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat opens up new fields of research in quantum materials and designs tailor-made materials for the high-tech of tomorrow. This collaboration offers outstanding opportunities to work on global future topics in an internationally-networked scientific community.
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.
Three Bamberg researchers discuss how AI research can benefit from interdisciplinary collaboration. Even the speech recognition software Siri gets a word in.
Early-career researchers at MCQST are conducting cutting-edge research in quantum science and technology. The START fellowship program supports them to develop their own projects and take steps toward building an independent career.
Affective reactions—or gut feelings—play a key role in consumer decision-making. Researchers at the University of Passau are seeking to understand this process better and help consumers make better decisions.
At the Deggendorf Institute of Technology, Prof. Dr. Diane Ahrens and her team are conducting research that focuses on application-oriented and holistic digitalization in rural Bavaria.