Cognitive Systems Research Group

The Cognitive Systems group at Reutlingen University develops applications based on Computer-Vision, Machine-Learning and Computer-Graphics in combination with methods for modeling human cognitive processes. Highly controllable and realistic settings, real-world sensor data and simulations, let us perform advanced experiments and at the same time provides novel frameworks to design and optimize processes within innovative Human-Machine-Interfaces.

The Cognitive Systems Team 2017
The Cognitive Systems Team 2017.

Recent news
New research AI center KI-X | 03.2020

We have founded a new research AI center KI-X.

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Congratulations to Frank Schuster | 02.2020

Congratulations to Frank Schuster to his successful defense of his doctoral thesis at the University of Tübingen

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BMBF PLASMA Kick-Off | 01.2020

Successful kick-off of our new BMBF project FHProfUnt PLASMA together with Robert Bosch Center for Power Electronics (rbz) and our industry partners Infineon and Bosch. More info soon

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BMWi KI Delta Learning Kick-Off | 01.2020

Successful kick-off of our new major BMWi project KI Delta Learning. More info soon

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Our human-centered research mentioned in the news | 12.2019 Our research on human-centered assistance systems based on artificial intelligence has been mention in the new of the Schwaebisches Tagblatt.
New research project with the RBZ in AI | 12.2019

We are part of a new AI collaboration together with the RBZ.

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New paper at 3DV 2019 | 07.2019

Our new work to bridge the gap between simulated and real world sensor data will be featured at 3DV.

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New ministry funded automotive AI-project | 07.2019 We are partner in the new automotive AI project family funded by the German ministry for the next three years (2020-2022) more info soon.
Technology Review article on AI learns to learn | 07.2019

Our simulation work to train artifical perceiving systems has been featured in Technology Review.

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Kick-Off for AI Research Cooperation with Continental | 05.2019

A new reseach cooperation between Continental Advanced Engineering and our group has started. We are looking forward to exciting research to build safer cars.

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