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The Chair of Cyber-Physical-Systems

The Chair of Cyber-Physical-Systems at the Montanuniversität Leoben in Austria is lead 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).

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.

Latest news

News

February 1, 2018

1st day as Assistant Professor

September 18, 2017

Invited Talk at the ICDL Conference, Lisbon, Portugal

Home – Background Slideshow Title: Experience Replay and Intrinsic Motivation in Neural Motor Skill Learning Models

September 18, 2017

3 HUMANOIDS Papers Accepted

Rueckert, E.; Nakatenus, M.; Tosatto, S.; Peters, J. (2017). Learning Inverse Dynamics Models in O(n) time with LSTM networks. Tanneberg, D.; Peters, J.; Rueckert, E. (2017). Efficient Online Adaptation with Stochastic Recurrent Neural Networks. Stark, S.; Peters, J.; Rueckert, E. (2017). A Comparison of Distance Measures for Learning Nonparametric Motor…

September 1, 2017

CoRL Paper accepted

Tanneberg, D.; Peters, J.; Rueckert, E. (2017). Online Learning with Stochastic Recurrent Neural Networks using Intrinsic Motivation Signals, Proceedings of the Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL).

August 4, 2017

W1 Juniorprofessorship with tenure track at University Lübeck

With February 1st, 2018 I will work as professor for robotics at the university Lübeck.

February 28, 2017

Invited Talk at University Lübeck

Title: Neural models for robot motor skill learning. Abstract:  The challenges in understanding human motor control, in brain-machine interfaces and anthropomorphic robotics are currently converging. Modern anthropomorphic robots with their compliant actuators and various types of sensors (e.g., depth and vision cameras, tactile fingertips, full-body skin, proprioception) have reached the perceptuomotor…

More news on Professor Rueckert’s page.