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The Chair of Cyber-Physical-Systems

The Chair of Cyber-Physical-Systems at the Montanuniversität Leoben in Austria is headed by Prof. Elmar Rueckert.

The group’s research topics are autonomous systems, machine and deep learning, embedded smart sensing systems, and computational models.

Find out more about us here  (a recent post in German).

Or have a look at this presentation of our research.

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AI & Robotics Positions and Topics

The chair is offering a number of open positions and student thesis topics in AI and robotics.

Also check our wiki, which offers numerous public posts on open source code repositories or tutorials.

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March 3, 2021

1st of March 2021 Starting as Chair of the Cyber-Physical-Systems Lab at Leoben

With March 1st, 2021, Prof. Rueckert chairs the Cyber-Physic al-Systems Institute at the Montanuniversität in Leoben, Austria. This new Institute..Read More

December 3, 2020

Successful Graduation of Daniel Tanneberg

Congratulations to Daniel Tanneberg for completing his PhD. He is the first graduate of Prof. Elmar Rueckert’s group.

October 20, 2020

Journal Paper accepted at IEEE Sensors Journal

Nils Rottmann, Ralf Bruder, Achim Schweikard, Elmar Rueckert A novel Chlorophyll Fluorescence based approach for Mowing Area Classification accepted (Oct,..Read More

August 28, 2020

Conference Paper Accepted at IEEE Sensors

The paper by  Nils Rottmann, Ralf Burder, Achim Schweikard und Elmar Rueckert on Exploiting Chlorophyll Fluorescense for Building Robust low-Cost..Read More

July 16, 2020

Workshop accepted at IROS 2020

Our workshop on „New Horizons for Robot Learning“ was accepted at the  International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS’..Read More

July 16, 2020

Conference Paper accepted at BMT2020

The paper by Tolga-Can Çallar, Elmar Rueckert and Sven Böttger on “Efficient Body Registration Using Single-View Range Imaging and Generic..Read More

More news on Professor Rueckert’s page.