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The Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MIRMI) is one of TUM’s Integrative Research Institutes (IRI). The institute’s goal is to research the fundamentals of robotics, perception, and artificial intelligence to develop human-centered, innovative, and sustainable technological solutions for the central challenges of our time in the sectors of health, work, environment, and mobility. To make this possible, MIRMI bundles the expertise of more than 60 professors from various disciplines, including engineering, computer science, life sciences, medicine, and social sciences.

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News and Events

Robo.innovate and the MakerSpace will host an exciting opportunity for all robotics enthusiasts to solve real-world challenges in Munich starting in October! From 06. October on, interested students and professionals have the chance to gather in teams and address challenges from renowned companies like Continental and start-ups like Omegga. After a joint kick-off on 06. October, teams get four weeks, hardware and software as well as extensive support from experts to conceptualize and prepare a robotics solution that they can physically implement in a three days hackathon in the Munich Urban…

In der Forschungsgruppe „Human Modelling and Rehabilitation Robotics“ forscht Kim Kristin Peper an der so genannten frühen Rehabilitation. Die Doktorandin am Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MIRMI) schlägt in ihrer Forschungsarbeit die Brücke zwischen Coding, Robotik und Physiotherapie.

After the successful establishment of MIRMI Seed Funds in spring 2022, MIRMI opens a new call for applications to Seed Funds. MIRMI’s Principal Investigators are invited to send a joint application to community@mirmi.tum.de by 15.October 2022. MIRMI Seed Funding aims to foster further innovative, ambitious research ideas and cooperation within the Institute.

Das Exzellenznetzwerk euROBIN vereint die europäische Expertise in den Bereichen der Robotik und künstlichen Intelligenz. Damit etabliert es eine gemeinsame paneuropäische Plattform für Forschung und Entwicklung. Zum ersten Mal forschen renommierte Forschungslabore in ganz Europa zusammen an KI-basierter Robotertechnik. Ein zentrales Ziel des Netzwerkes ist es, signifikante wissenschaftliche Fortschritte in Kernfragen der künstlichen Intelligenz und Robotertechnik zu erlangen. Zudem soll durch die integrative Forschungsplattform die wissenschaftliche Gemeinschaft der Robotik in Europa gestärkt…

Siemens und die Neue Sammlung - The Design Museum freuen sich, Sie am Dienstag, 12. Juli 2022, 18:30 - 22:00 Uhr zur Paneldiskussion "Close to Human - Die Zukunft von KI" in die Pinakothek der Moderne einzuladen. Wie sieht die Zukunft von Künstlicher Intelligenz aus? Wie kann Künstliche Intelligenz helfen, unsere Gesellschaft nachhaltig und zum Besseren zu wandeln? Wie kann Künstliche Intelligenz verantwortungsvoll gestaltet werden? Diese und weitere Fragen werden Vertreter:innen aus Wissenschaft, Technologie und Wirtschaft in einer spannenden Diskussionsrunde beantworten.

The second edition of munich_i, the Bavarian high-tech platform for AI and robotics, was held as an in-person event at the automatica fair in Messe München in June 2022. More than 28,000 automatica visitors from around 75 countries experienced and learned about the latest technological innovations and their societal impacts from experts, visionaries, politicians, CEOs, entrepreneurs, and young talents from around the world. The live-streamed sessions are already available online. Moreover, munich_i will be back in 2023, from 27 – 30 June!

The second edition of the international competition in robot manipulation, the Robothon® Grand Challenge, crowned its top performers live on stage at munich_i on June 21, 2022. 20 teams from 13 countries competed using a robot platform to autonomously execute a series of manual tasks that aim to properly disassemble and sort electronic waste. Teams from Italy, Slovenia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, and Austria were awarded prize money ranging from 1K to 10K €. The Robothon® will return in 2023!


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