Research Topics

Machine Learning & Deep Learning

Machine learning systems act independently and give recommendations based on learned knowledge from large amounts of data. When deep neural networks are used in machine learning, this is referred to as deep learning. The basis for such CPU-intensive methods is the combination of special algorithms, a powerful infrastructure and training data.

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After two years as a digital event, Saarland University's Open Day will be held in attendance mode on Saturday, May 21, 2022. DFKI will also be…

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Quantum computers hold unimagined potential for numerous fields of application – including robotics. But research in this area is still in its…

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Autonomous mobile robots that work safely and intuitively with humans are not only an important building block of Industry 4.0. In future space…

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Projects

Urban FloodResilience - Smart Tools

Partners

Das Projektkonsortium besteht aus der Hochschule Koblenz (Konsortialführer), der Universität Trier, der Hochschule Trier mit dem Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld (UCB), dem Deutschen Forschungszentrum…

NoStrandAMust - Bodenkontaktsimulation zur Verbesserung der Lokomotionsperformance mobiler Roboter

NoStrandAMust is a project with the goal of experimentally investigating the ground interaction of different robots and generating models for the interaction using AI methods. These models are to be…

Autowerkstatt4.0

In the project Autowerkstatt 4.0 (AW 4.0), a consortium consisting of companies and research institutes is developing a platform for the trustworthy data exchange of industry-specific AI models and…

GAIA-X 4 ROMS - Support und Remote-Operation automatisierter und vernetzter Mobility Services

Neue Mobilitätslösungen sollen den Transport von Personen und Gütern auch unter Klimaschutz-Aspekten sichern. Ansätze liegen hier neben der Dekarbonisierung in der Stärkung des öffentlichen Verkehrs…

Methods for Generating Synthetic Wearable And Ubiquitous Sensor Training Data

As wearable sensors have become more and more ubiquitous one would expect human activity recognition (HAR) systems to increasingly move out of the lab into long term, real life scenarios. While the…

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz