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-At present, I receive large amount of personal Email messages per day. If you need an urgent or a certain reply, please cc my personal assistants ​Andrea Cowley and  Lena Jacobs ​(<​cryptmail>​ai-office@cs.uni-bremen.de</​cryptmail>​) or one of my students. Thank you.+At present, I receive large amount of personal Email messages per day. If you need an urgent or a certain reply, please cc my personal assistants (<​cryptmail>​ai-office@cs.uni-bremen.de</​cryptmail>​) or one of my students. Thank you.
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 Michael Beetz is a professor for Computer Science at the Faculty for Mathematics & Informatics of the University Bremen and head of the Institute for Artificial Intelligence (IAI). IAI investigates AI-based control methods for robotic agents, with a focus on human-scale everyday manipulation tasks. With his openEASE, a web-based knowledge service providing robot and human activity data, Michael Beetz aims at improving interoperability in robotics and lowering the barriers for robot programming. Due to this the IAI group provides most of its results as open-source software, primarily in the ROS software library. Michael Beetz is a professor for Computer Science at the Faculty for Mathematics & Informatics of the University Bremen and head of the Institute for Artificial Intelligence (IAI). IAI investigates AI-based control methods for robotic agents, with a focus on human-scale everyday manipulation tasks. With his openEASE, a web-based knowledge service providing robot and human activity data, Michael Beetz aims at improving interoperability in robotics and lowering the barriers for robot programming. Due to this the IAI group provides most of its results as open-source software, primarily in the ROS software library.