The award-winning scientist specializes in research aiming to make machine learning methods more flexible, robust, and fair
Frontiers in Neurorobotics paper: Series Elastic Behavior of Biarticular Muscle-Tendon ...
TR-O paper: Beyond Basins of Attraction: Quantifying Robustness of Natural Dynamics
The research group leader in the Perceiving Systems Department specializes in the development of computer-aided processes for the perception and digitisation of people and their activities in crowded scenes
The Perceiving Systems Department, the Embodied Vision Group and the Autonomous Vision Group at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems are well represented at one of the world’s leading computer vision conferences taking place in Seoul in October.
We have 1 paper accepted at the International Conference for Computer Vision (ICCV'19) and 2 papers accepted for the German Conference on Pattern Recognition (GCPR'19).
A team of researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart developed new self-propelled motors from biologically derived materials. Due to the nanostructure of the protein materials and the physical and chemical properties of the fuel, their protein-based motors have a higher performance output, efficiency, and mobility lifetime than previously reported Marangoni motors.
The scientist working in the Physical Intelligence Department at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart will be supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for two years to continue his soft robotic research in Germany.