Principal Investigators

Prof. Dr.
Sami
Haddadin
Director
(TUM)

Robotics and Machine Learning

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Prof. Dr.
Gitta
Kutyniok
Director
(LMU)

Theoretical Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

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Prof. Dr.
Sandra
Hirche
Executive Board (TUM)

Control and Machine Learning

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Prof. Dr.
Albrecht
Schmidt
Executive Board (LMU)

Human Computer Interaction

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Prof. Dr.
Bernd
Bischl
(LMU)

Statistical Learning and Data Science

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Prof. Dr.
Holger
Boche
(TUM)

Robustness and Complexity

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Prof. Dr.
Laura
Busse
(LMU)


Neural Circuits in Vision

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Prof. Dr.
Andreas
Butz
(LMU)

Human-Computer Interaction

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Prof. Dr.
Klaus
Diepold
(TUM)

Signal Processing and Machine Learning

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Prof. Dr.
Eyke
Hüllermeier
(LMU)

Machine Learning and Reasoning

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Prof. Dr.
Simon
Jacob
(TUM)

Neuronal Basis of Cognitive Functions

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Prof. Dr.
Frauke
Kreuter
(LMU)

Statistics and Data Science

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Prof. Dr.
Stefan
Leutenegger
(TUM)

Robotics and Machine Learning

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Prof. Dr.
Tim
Lüth
(TUM)


Mechanismen and Robotics

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Prof. Dr.
Cristina
Piazza
(TUM)


Prosthetics and Assistive Robotics

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Prof. Dr.
Hinrich
Schütze
(LMU)


Language and Speech Processing

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Prof. Dr.
Fabian
Theis
(HMGU)

Computational Biology

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Coordination and Management

Dr. Katharina
Bieker
Coordinating Postdoc
(LMU)
Dr. Jaesug
Jung
Coordinating Postdoc
(TUM)
Elisa Tottoli

Program Assistant
(LMU)

Research Students

Paolo Favero
(TUM)

Multi-Modal Interaction

Johanna Happold
(TUM)

Energy Aware Embodiment

Yuyang Huang
(LMU)

Energy Aware Embodiment

Timo Kaufmann
(LMU)

Guarantees and Failure Handling

Robert Lefringhausen
(TUM)

Robust AI Frameworks

Simon Schaeffer
(TUM)

Guarantees and Failure Handling

Johanna Schlechter
(LMU)

Multi-Modal Interaction

Philipp Scholl
(LMU)

Robust AI Frameworks

Participating Institutions

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of Europe’s top universities. It is committed to excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinary education and the active promotion of promising young scientists. The university also forges strong links with companies and scientific institutions across the world. Visit TUM here.

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) is a leading research university in Europe. Since its founding in 1472 it has been committed to the highest international standards of excellence in research and teaching. LMU cooperates with 600 partners on all five continents. And LMU is also cosmopolitan at home: people from more than 130 countries study, teach and research together on campus. Visit LMU here.

Helmholtz Zentrum München (HMGU) is the German Research Center for Environmental Health. It investigates important common diseases which develop from the interaction of lifestyle, environmental factors and personal genetic background, focusing particularly on diabetes mellitus, allergies and chronic lung diseases. Visit HMGU here.