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NEW: Intelligent Machine Design Lab (I.MDL)

The I.MDL - Intelligent Machine Design Lab is part of a multi-semester course series, which aims to enable TUM master's students to develop and build complex and powerful mechatronic systems with high social and economic relevance. Learn more

Aktuelles und Veranstaltungen

Roboter sind im besten Falle niedlich und künstliche Intelligenz im ärgsten Falle bedrohlich. Falsch. MDR Wissen räumt auf, mit Robotik- und KI-Forscher Sami Haddadin und fünf Klischees, die jetzt hoffentlich keine mehr sind!

The Innovation Radar of the European Commission (EC) featured four innovations developed in various TUM / MIRMI projects in April and May 2022. The Innovation Radar platform builds on the information and data gathered by independent experts, who review the innovations in ongoing projects funded by the European Commission and provide an independent opinion on their market potential. The independent assessment of the market potential of a publicly funded project aims to connect innovators with investors and maximize funding opportunities for European tech entrepreneurs.

Several members of our Chair are going present research papers at the 2022 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). ICRA brings together the world's top researchers and most important companies to share ideas and advances in the field of robotics and automation.

On Wednesday, May 4 at 18:30, Prof. Oussama Khatib (Standford University) will give the lecture titled "From Romeo & Juliet to OceanOneK Deep-Sea Robotic Exploration" at the Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MIRMI). OceanOneK is a robotic diver with a high degree of autonomy for physical interaction with the environment while connected to a human expert through an intuitive interface. The robot was recently deployed in several archeological expeditions in the Mediterranean with the ability to reach 1000 meters. Distancing humans physically from dangerous and unreachable…

Free spots in practical courses and seminars for informatic students. For additional information we organize pre meetings on Friday, 01.04.2022.

Irene Bruckmeier, awarded 2nd place in Physics at the Jugend Forscht Regional Competition of Munich West in 2021, won the first edition of the Robotics & AI Internship organized by MIRMI and Franka Emika as a special prize for her project in Robotics ‘Control and stabilization of a two-wheeled LEGO robot with Simulink’ (original title: Regelung und Stabilisierung eines zweirädrigen LEGO-Roboters mit Simulink). This one-week internship covered theoretical and hands-on tasks in Robotics, from actuators and sensors, robotics control, collaborative (lightweight) robotics, mobile robots, MedTech…

With the motto “zufälliggenial?” (“Accidentally brilliant?”), MIRMI together with Franka Emika and the Robokind Foundation hosted for the third time the Jugend Forscht competition on 22. and 23. Feb in Munich West. The last two editions of the event have taken place in online format to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The public was able to visit the projects’ digital booths on the platform Veertly. Our goal is to get young people interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and to promote talented individuals. The Jugend Forscht jury was made up of a large number of…