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Adaptive Systems Group

adapt.informatik.hu-berlin.de

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

Research Topics: Cognitive Robotics (Joint Attention, Behaviour Recognition, Sensorimotor Learning, Affective Computing, Internal Models), Developmental Robotics
(Sensorimotor Development, Bootstrapping of Skills), and Biorobotics (Spatial Cognition, Navigation, Neural Modelling).

Director: Prof. Dr. Verena V. Hafner 

Agents and Simulated Reality – DFKI

dfki.de/agents-and-simulated-reality

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

The research department conducts research in the areas visual computing, multi-agent systems and formal methods for safe and secure systems in the context of interactive 3D simulations and visualizations as well as other applications.

Director: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Philipp Slusallek

AI and Digital Education – DFKI

siekmann.dfki.de

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

The group’s main research focus include artificial intelligence, automated reasoning, unification theory and e-Learning for mathematics.

Director: Prof. Dr. Jörg Siekmann

Algorithm Accountability Lab

aalab.informatik.uni-kl.de

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

The group was started in April 2012 and combined research in the area of „Complex network analysis“, „Algorithmic graph theory“, and „Computer assisted cognitive science“.

Director: Pr. Dr. Katharina Anna Zweig

Algorithm Engineering – Dortmund

ls11-www.cs.tu-dortmund.de

Technology: 
Data Management / Big Data

The group conducts research in the area of Algorithm Engineering, in particular graph algorithms and data structures, Computational Analytics, Algorithmic Data Analysis and Graph Mining.

Director: Prof. Petra Mutzel

Algorithm Engineering – Frankfurt

ae.cs.uni-frankfurt.de

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

The group conducts research on graph algorithms, randomized and deterministical, on different models of computations: RAM, PRAM, Distributed Memory, External Memory.

Director: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Meyer

Algorithms and Data Structures Group

ad.informatik.uni-freiburg.de

Technology: 
Data Management / Big Data

We are looking at complex and typically ill-defined real-world problems, seek formalizations that are simple but not too simple, analyze the resulting problems theoretically, carefully implement the solutions thus found, run experiments to verify that empiricial and theoretical behavior match, and eventually integrate our findings in fully-functional systems or prototypes that can be used by others.

Director: Prof. Dr. Hannah Bast

Applied Computer Science – AI, HCI and Smart Homes

haw-hamburg.de

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

The department researches on AI, Smart Homes, HCI, Autonomous Robots and Smart Interaction.

Director: Prof. Dr. Kai von Luck

Applied Computer Science and Formal Description Methods

aifb.kit.edu

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

We focus on the development and application of informatics analysis and modelling methods as well as on platforms supporting the design and operation of distributed systems. A focus of our research activities is to create reliable, stable, controllable, and trustworthy informatics systems that adapt to their tasks in an organic way.

Director: Prof. Dr. York Sure-Vetter

Applied Informatics – Cognitive Interaction Technology

aiweb.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de

Technology: 
AI / Machine Learning

In our research we target artificial intelligent systems that support people in solving relevant problems which – according to our basic assumption – can only be successful by engaging in meaningful interaction with humans. We therefore develop intelligent systems such as robots, smart environments or assistive systems which provide intuitive interaction protocols and affordances by combining multi-modal perception with user and situation modelling. The user is brought into the loop from early on in continuous development-evaluation cycles.

Director: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Britta Wrede