Welcome to the Institute for Artificial Intelligence!

The Institute for Artificial Intelligence (IAI) directed by Prof. Michael Beetz is part of the Faculty of Computer Science and member of the Center for Computing and Communication Technologies (TZI) at the University of Bremen.

REMARO seeks candidates for 15 PhD positions

Work together on more reliable AI for marine robotics (vision, navigation, perception, planning, failure recovery, testing, verification, model-checking, model-driven engineering …). There are 15 different research projects available with different prerequisites and focus, located in Copenhagen, Oslo, Porto, Delft, Aachen, and in our Institute for Artificial Intelligence.

We are offering a position in the following field:

  • Digital Twin Knowledge Base for submarine robot inspection/manipulation

You can find a in-depth description for the position at our Institute on the Jobs overview page and the REMARO website.

2020/10/22 08:23

First virtual TransAIR conference

The first virtual TransAIR conference called “Democratize AI with open research” kicks off today.

From Wednesday, September 30th until October 14th participants can listen to pre-recorded material by international speakers on advances, challenges and potentials of open science in Artificial Intelligence as well as robotics, task planning, robot motor control, knowledge representation, reasoning, machine learning and computer vision.

Moreover, the schedule includes interviews, Q&A's, a panel discussion and tutorials on open projects alongside many networking opportunities with other participants.

Learn more here https://transair-bridge.org/conference-2/
Registration is possible until Sunday, October 4th.

2020/09/30 09:22

IAI at ScienceGoesPublic

The ScienceGoesPublic initiative is a very popular format in which scientists present their research topics in bars and pubs in Bremen and Bremerhaven a in cozy and casual environment to the broad public.

On Nov 21st, IAI member Dr. Daniel Nyga will give a presentation about Artificial Intelligence and robotics. More information can be found at https://www.sciencegoespublic.de/programm/denn-sie-wissen-was-sie-tun---wie-roboter-lernen.201.

2019/10/28 15:07

Talk by Elizabeth Croft, Monash University

We were delighted to welcome Prof. Elizabeth Croft in our institute yesterday. She is an expert in Human-Robot-Interaction and discussed with us several aspects of successful interaction and control methods. Her talk was a great spotlight on research results of recent HRI experiments and provided a diverse overview of different interaction modalities.

Professor Elizabeth A. Croft is the Dean of Engineering at Monash University and Professor in the Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering. She held the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada Chair for Women in Science and Engineering (BC/Yukon) from 2010-2015 and the Marshall Bauder Professorship in Engineering Economics, Business and Management Training from 2015-2017.

2019/09/26 06:30

EASE members speaking at the International Symposium on Machine Intelligence for Future Society 2019

From the 9th until the 10th of september 2019 many leading robotics reseachers will discuss the state of the art in robotics within in the context of its integration into human society at the International Symposium on Machine Intelligence for Future Society 2019. We're happy to announce that EASE members Prof. Michael Beetz as well as Prof. Gordon Cheng will have the opportunity to be a part of the discussion and present the state of the art in their respective fields. Researchers interested in participating the event still have the chance to register for the symposium, which is held in Tokyo, Japan.

2019/08/29 07:35