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consortium:bremen [2013/01/17 17:04]
Moritz Tenorth
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-The University of Bremen is a mid-sized university with a broad array of disciplines. The University of Bremen ​has been approved as one of eleven Excellence Universities in 2012 by the German government. Its research profile is shaped to a great extent by marine and climate research, production and manufacturing technology, robotics and social science. UNIHB cooperates strongly with non-university institutes belonging to renowned research societies (Max-Planck,​ Helmholtz, Fraunhofer, and Leibniz). The Center for Computing and Communication Technologies (TZI) founded in 1985 is part of the University of Bremen and dedicated to application oriented research and development in computer science. Furthermore,​ computer science is a particulary prominent part of two collaborative research centers in the areas of logistics and spatial cognition.+The [[http://​www.uni-bremen.de|University of Bremen]] is a mid-sized university with a broad array of disciplines ​that has been approved as one of eleven Excellence Universities in 2012 by the German government. Its research profile is shaped to a great extent by marine and climate research, production and manufacturing technology, robotics and social science. UNIHB cooperates strongly with non-university institutes belonging to renowned research societies (Max-Planck,​ Helmholtz, Fraunhofer, and Leibniz). The [[http://​www.tzi.de|Center for Computing and Communication Technologies (TZI)]] founded in 1985 is part of the University of Bremen and dedicated to application oriented research and development in computer science. Furthermore,​ computer science is a particulary prominent part of two collaborative research centers in the areas of logistics and spatial cognition.
  
-The Institute of Artificial Intelligence (IAI) is member of the TZI and is headed by Michael Beetz. The IAI proceeds previous work of the Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS) group at the Department of Informatics at the Technische Universität München, Germany which started already in 2006. The Institute of Artificial Intelligence has a focus on three key research areas. The Intelligent Autonomous Systems group investigates AI-based control methods for robotic agents and has a focus on human-scale everyday manipulation tasks. The second key research area addresses intelligent robotic agents in production and/or logistics scenarios. The third research area has a focus on Wearable Intelligence thereby developing ambient and persuasive systems that assists humans at home, at work, and during everyday acitivities.+The [[http://​ai.uni-bremen.de|Institute of Artificial Intelligence (IAI)]] is member of the TZI and is headed by Michael Beetz. The IAI proceeds previous work of the Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS) group at the Department of Informatics at the Technische Universität München, Germany which started already in 2006. The Institute of Artificial Intelligence has a focus on three key research areas. The Intelligent Autonomous Systems group investigates AI-based control methods for robotic agents and has a focus on human-scale everyday manipulation tasks. The second key research area addresses intelligent robotic agents in production and/or logistics scenarios. The third research area has a focus on Wearable Intelligence thereby developing ambient and persuasive systems that assists humans at home, at work, and during everyday acitivities.
  
 The Intelligent Autonomous Systems group employs about 20 doctoral students in the The Intelligent Autonomous Systems group employs about 20 doctoral students in the