VDE Award 2018 for Christopher Kuhn

Christopher Kuhn has received one of the VDE Awards 2018 for his master thesis at LMT. The title is: Model-Based Keypoint Filtering - A Data Mining Approach. Congrats to the winner! [more]


The Nokia Bell Labs Student Award 2018 goes to Tamay Aykut

At the Nokia Innovation Days 2018 in Stuttgart, Tamay Aykut, PhD student at the Department of Media Technology of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, was awarded the Nokia Bell Labs Student Award 2018.[more]


Job offer (PhD candidate)

We are looking for several research assistants (PhD candidates). If you are interested to work with us please send your application to eckehard.steinbach@tum.de[more]


RoVi wins one of the main prizes at the German start-up competition "Digital Innovation" at the IFA in Berlin

Congrats to team RoVi (Robot Vision) for the main prize of the German start-up competition sponsered by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy! LINKS: BMWi RoVi Munich-Startup Preisverleihung [more]


RoVi on the fair Automatica 2018

The startup "RoVi Robot Vision" by three researchers from the Technical University of Munich significantly simplified the complicated electronic sensor technology of robots. Based on their research, they have succeeded for the first time worldwide in enabling robots to perceive the positions, movements and contact forces of their arms and grippers without integrated electronic sensors. The vision of the developers is to make intelligent and highly sensitive robots available to SMEs and end users.[more]


Prof. Steinbach talks at the IEEE 5G Summit in Dresden about High-fidelity Remote Touch Experiences (copy 1)

The IEEE 5G Summit Dresden 2018 will take place on Tuesday, September 25, 2018, at the International Congress Center Dresden, Germany. More information about the event can be found at   http://www.5gsummit.org/dresden/ [more]


RoVi Team on the fair HANNOVER MESSE 1.4. - 5.4.2018

At RoVi, we work on intelligent and sensitive robots, while radically simplifying hardware and reducing development, manufacturing, acquisition and maintenance costs. We are developing a novel and patented sensor system based on cameras and intelligent image analysis software. For the first time, RoVi technology provides sensor technology via software rather than hardware and thus acts as an enabler for the economic use of sensitive robots in completely new markets and application areas.The @TU_Muenchen will be show an innovative camera-based robotic arm at # hannovermesse2018. Dr. Clemens Schuwerk explains #automotiveIT in the video how it works: automotiveIT[more]

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