MIRMI Key Facts

AIRankings Position in Robotics (2018-2023) 1st
People >300
Principal Investigators 72
Integrative Research Projects (until 2022) >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

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.


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.


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.


| NEWS, TUM Press Release

TUM participates in global, open-source AI Alliance

Powerful artificial intelligence (AI) as open source: This is the core objective of the AI Alliance initiated by the software companies IBM and Meta. It has been joined by more than 50 globally active companies, institutions, and universities,…

| NEWS, Community, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence

Top 10: Highlights of the Robotics Year 2023

KI.Fabrik introduced, Robotics Graduate Program launched, demos showcased at Automatica, and AI experimentation space approved: 2023 reveals the potential embedded in robotics for the region and beyond.

| NEWS, Research

New Call for MIRMI Seed Funds – Deadline 01. March 2024

The MIRMI Seed-Funding initiative aims to stimulate new ideas and foster cutting edge research proposals. We can proudly announce that since establishing the seed funds in 2022 the MIRMI Science Advisory Board choose 10 project ideas to get funding.…

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Artificial intelligence makes gripping more intuitive

Artificial hands can be operated via app or with sensors placed in the muscles of the forearm. New research at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) shows: a better understanding of muscle activity patterns in the forearm supports a more intuitive…

| Community, Research

Prostheses imitate human muscular system and reduce contact wrench via a wearable exoskeleton

MIRMI researchers have presented two new revolutionary concepts for upper-limb prostheses. The researchers developed a prosthesis which recreates the mechanical behavior of the human neuromuscular system in terms of stiffness characteristics, natural…

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