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On your mark, get set,- GO! The application phase for the FAU Sandbox starts today 🎉! We are looking forward to many exciting ideas! Be part of it and boost your business this summer, the application period runs until 12.07.2020! FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg Zollhof - Tech Incubator ...

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Michael joined the MaD lab in March 2020. He studied computer science and information systems at FAU. His master thesis in the NLP domain covered „label extraction from electrocardiogram free text reads“ and was conducted abroad in collaboration with the Computational Cardiovascular Research Group a...

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Teamed up with STABILO and the Fraunhofer IIS in Nuremberg, the MaD Lab is taking part in the Ubicomp 2020 conference with Stabilos Time Series Classification Challenge. What’s the challenge? Stabilo built a sensor-equipped pen that writes on normal paper. The challenge is to build a classifier t...

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On February 7, Martin was awarded with the Fritz und Maria Hofmann-Preis by FAU’s Faculty of Engineering. The award was presented by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Paul Fröba, during the yearly graduation ceremony. Martin won the award for his Master’s Thesis “...

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On January 30, students participating in the Innovation Lab for Wearable and Ubiquitous Computing presented their project to the Mayor of Erlangen and a news team of the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation. The students developed a smart sensor that can be placed near a tree and detects automatically ...

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On 6 December the 2nd ZD.B-Science Slam took place in Munich at the Einstein Kultur. Slammers presented their projects and knowledge to an audience of representatives from business, science, and politics. In his talk "Medical Data - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" Arne showed how the future of medi...

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Arne Küderle, one of our PhD students, got awarded the Friedrich Wilhelm Award for his master thesis at the RWTH Aachen. The Friedrich Wilhelm Award is one of the highest awards at the RWTH Aachen, received by only 24 out of over 10000 annual graduates. Congratulations Arne!