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Johannes studied Physics in Erlangen and wrote both, the bachelor’s and master’s thesis, at the Erlangen Centre for Astroparticle Physics (ECAP). His bachelor's thesis dealt with the optimization of the signal selection for the acoustic particle detector AMADEUS. In his Master’s thesis, he improved ...

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After growing up reasonably close to Erlangen, René left this region to study Kognitive Informatik (Cognitive Computer Science) in Bielefeld, Germany. During that time, he spent a semester at Aarhus University in Denmark. This experience abroad has led him to leave Germany again and pursue a master’...

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Leo Schwinn joined the MaD lab in August as a Ph.D. candidate. During his bachelor studies in medical engineering in Erlangen, he became interested in pattern recognition and machine learning. The processing of language became the focus of his studies. His bachelor thesis dealt with automatic pat...

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Mohamad always had a great interest in computer systems. He received his Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and Informatics. He worked for two years in the computer and communication sector before pursuing his Master's degree in Italy in Robotics and Automation Engineering where he developed ...

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Anne joined the MaD lab in August as an assistant professor. She has a D.Eng. in mechanical engineering from Cleveland State University, and an MSc in mechanical engineering and a BSc in aerospace engineering, both from TU Delft. After starting out in aerospace engineering, she quickly shifted focus...

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Traditionally, the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg is an exemplary location for Artificial Intelligence (AI), pattern recognition and machine learning. Already in 1975, Prof. Heinrich Niemann established the first chair dealing with AI. His work on pattern recognition yielded ...

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As Matthias has always been interested in math and physics, he studied both subjects to become a high school teacher. After graduating he continued his studies and enrolled in the Master of Physics program. He worked at the Chair of Applied Physics in Erlangen for three years and focused on building...

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Congratulations to Juliana Klein for winning the best poster award at ORTHOKongress in Weiden with her poster on developing algorithms for computing knee stability parameters using a sensor equipped knee sleeve. Also credits to Markus Zrenner for supporting Juliana. Well Done Guys!

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Matthias and Philipp had the pleasure to get invited to the VDI Event „Machine Learning@Operations“ to promote two of our projects for industry partners. First of all our joint course ML4Industry (in cooperation with REP and FAPS) offers users in production and quality engineering the possibility to...

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Next round started! We were really impressed how many students appeared and are looking forward to the new semester :). Great “Thank you” already to our partners for their project pitches and their support.