Einem Forscherteam der Abteilung „Moderne Magnetische Systeme“ und des HZDR in Dresden gelingt gezielte Steuerung extrem kurzwelliger Spinwellen
Seit vielen Jahren werden neue Prinzipien gesucht, die den Informationstransport in kompakteren Mikrochips ermöglichen soll. Einen Ansatz hierzu könnte sich durch Spinwellen ergeben. Nun ist es einem Forscherteam gelungen, diese sogenannten Magnonen mit extrem kurzen Wellenlängen nicht nur zu erzeugen, sondern sie gezielt zu lenken, wie die Physiker in der Zeitschrift Nature Nanotechnology schreiben.
Baden-Württembergs Ministerin für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Wohnungsbau Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut betonte erneut die Unterstützung des Landes für Europas größte Forschungskooperation.
Scientists convene to advance European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems ELLIS
“We believe the European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems is a game changer. On a European level, we are pooling our resources and creating synergies so that we can be internationally competitive in the field of AI research. And as we shape ELLIS, we will build on the excellence we already have in several European countries. In Germany, we are very grateful for the strong support from the government of the state of Baden-Württemberg."
A team of researchers generates ultra-short spin waves in an astoundingly simple material
Due to its potential to make computers faster and smartphones more efficient, spintronics is considered a promising concept for the future of electronics. In a collaboration including the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, a team of researchers has now successfully generated so-called spin waves much more easily and efficiently than was previously deemed possible. The researchers are presenting their results in the journal Physical Review Letters.
One of the world's most prestigious research funding programs supports Intelligent Systems research in Stuttgart
The European Research Council is awarding a 2.5 million Euros research grant to Dr. Metin Sitti, who is a Director at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems. Sitti is the head of the Physical Intelligence Department and one of the world's leading researchers in the field of small-scale and soft robotics and its use in medical applications. The funding will go toward ground-breaking basic research in soft-bodied miniature mobile robots. These tiny machines could one day have a radical impact on non-invasive medical interventions and diagnostics.
Robotic collectives inspired by biological cells
A robotic system has been demonstrated in which the random motion of individual components leads to deterministic behaviour, much as occurs in living systems. Environmental and medical applications could follow.
"Young, talented people are the ones who will shape our future in the digital world, in science, in business, and in society."
The doctoral program of the Cyber Valley initiative far exceeds expectations. Baden-Württemberg's Minister of Science, Theresia Bauer, is pleased with the high number of applications from all over the world because it shows how attractive the multidisciplinary research landscape in the Stuttgart/Tübingen region is for highly talented young scientists.
Our paper 'Variational Autoencoders Recover PCA Directions (by Accident)' got accepted at CVPR 2019! We are looking forward to present it as a poster in June at Long Beach!
The paper elaborates on the close connection between Variational Autoencoders and the well known PCA algorithm in terms of their alignment of the latent space.
From 30.6. to 7.7.2019 Application deadline: April 15, 2019
We are organizing the 3rd Computational Vision Summer School from 30.6. to 7.7.2019 in the beautiful black forest, Germany. It is aimed at PhD students and Postdocs with an interest in vision science research. Previous editions were fun, intellectually rewarding events for students and faculty alike. The summer school spans the entire spectrum of vision research from neuroscience and psychophysics to computer vision and fosters discussions at the intersection of biological and artificial vision systems. The school is unique in bringing together people from diverse disciplines in a very familiar atmosphere (only 60 people in total). CVSS is tuition free and accomodation is sponsored by the CRC/1233 Robust Vision.