Forscher Rudolph Triebel veranschaulicht, wie künstliche Intelligenz lernt, durch Farben und Zahlen Objekte zu erkennen.
Zum ersten Digitaltag am 19. Juni 2020 lädt das Institut für Robotik und Mechatronik zu einer digitalen Begehung der Robotik-Forschungslabore ein.
Employees of the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics received awards at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2020, which will be held virtually from May 31 to August 31, 2020.
RM employee Caroline Specht has won the Best Student Paper Award of the renowned European Control Conference.
At Easter this year our colleague Martin Görner has come up with something very special for our youngest: an Easter colouring picture. Brings colour into the world of the Easter bunny and our robots.
We wish you a lot of fun and happy Easter.
Our join-in action #RobotAtHome for all pupils: You build a robot and send us your "robot photo".
Head of the Institute: Prof. Dr. Alin Albu-Schäffer
The Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics develops a wide array of robots to enable humans to interact more safely and efficiently with their surrounding environments. The robots are designed to act in surroundings inaccessible or dangerous to humans as well as to support humans in everyday life and work.
Our robots mimic and extend upon the manipulation and locomotion capabilities of humans on a functional level. In a more general sense, they perform any tasks of locomotion and interaction with the environment with a wide range of autonomy to suit different tasks. As a key aspect for the usability of robots, we address the interfaces to humans through multimodal human-robot interaction.