Key Facts of MIRMI

AIRankings Position in Robotics (2018-2023) 1st
People >300
Principal Investigators 72
Integrative Research Projects >40
Research & Teaching Areas >50 km2
Labs & Workshops 18

Our lighthouse projects in Robotics & Artificial Intelligence

ONE MUNICH: Human Centered Robotics (HCR)

ONE MUNICH - Human Centered Robotics (HCR): Developing robotics for applications in the health sector.

Digital Heart Surgery: Heart Surgery of the Future

The Digital Heart Surgery: Improving diagnosis and therapy of heart diseases. Using innovations from robotics to find new insights for the treatment of heart disease: The Digital Heart Surgery lighthouse project, in which the German Heart Institute Munich is involved alongside MIRMI, started in 2019 with this goal.

Geriatronics: Robotics in Care

To enable the elderly and people in need of care to live independently for as long as possible with the help of robotics, mechatronics and artificial intelligence: Since 2018, a team of scientists and industry partners from the Technical University of Munich has been working on this goal.

KI.FABRIK BAYERN: Manufacture with AI, Cloud and Robotics

The focus of tomorrow's manufacturing is not on large quantities, but on the vision of batch size 1. The technological basis for this is being researched in the lighthouse project KI.FABRIK BAYERN.


Community, Artificial Intelligence |

Bavarian AI Council: Sami Haddadin remains Chairman

Sami Haddadin, Director of the Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MIRMI) and Professor at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), will continue his role as Chairman of the Bavarian AI Council for the next five years. The core task of the committee, consisting of 21 experts from universities, non-university research, and the business sector, is to promote Artificial Intelligence (AI) 'at all levels of society, the economy, and the state.'

Innovation, Mobilität, Research, Robotics |

For Robotics: 6G Lab Explores Extremely Fast Wireless Connections

Fast wireless connections are the foundation for streaming movies and communicating seamlessly. Above all, they secure many applications in human-robot communication. In the 6G Lab at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), led by the dedicated professors Eckehard Steinbach and Wolfgang Kellerer, research is conducted on 6G communication.

Community, Research |

CONNECT+ with MIRMI researchers at ICRA 2024

The next flagship conference on robotics and automation is coming. With the theme “CONNECT+”, the 2024 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA2024) will be a perfect platform to meet TUM MIRMI researchers and get to know our latest developments at plenary and keynote sessions, contributed paper sessions, workshops, and video sessions. Find here a preliminary list of MIRMI researchers’ contributions to this Conference. Congratulations to all authors, and see you from May 13-17, 2024, in Yokohama, Japan!

Health, TUM Press Release |

TUM receives funding for medical robotics project

In the future, robots will assist more frequently during operations and should enable greater precision in surgical procedures. The ForNeRo research project, led by the Technical University of Munich (TUM), is now analyzing ways of integrating various systems in the fields of surgery and imaging into everyday surgical procedures. The Bavarian Research Foundation funds the project with two million euros as part of the Hightech Agenda Bayern.

MIRMI in the Media |

Experience AI with Bülent

MIRMI researcher Samuel Schneider, demonstrates collective learning in the KI.Fabrik, and Benjamin Felbrich from Olive Robotics, a TUM co-founder, present the latest advances in the field of Artificial Intelligence at BabbelNet with comedian Bülen Ceylan.

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