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


January 31, 2017

Invited Talk at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), Germany

Learning to Plan through Reinforcement Learning in Spiking Neural Networks Abstract: Movement planing is a fundamental skill that is involved in many human motor control tasks. While the hippocampus plays a central role, the functional principles underlying planning are largely unexplored. In this talk, I present a computational model for planning…

November 18, 2016

Invited Talk at the Institute of Neuroinformatics (INI), Zurich, Switzerland

Probabilistic computational models of human motor control for robot learning.

November 14, 2016

Invited Talk at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany

Neural models for brain-machine interfaces and anthropomorphic robotics

February 6, 2016

Journal Paper Accepted at Nature Publishing Group: Scientific Reports.

Rueckert, Elmar; Camernik, Jernej; Peters, Jan; Babic, Jan Probabilistic Movement Models Show that Postural Control Precedes and Predicts Volitional Motor Control  Nature Publishing Group: Scientific Reports, 6 (28455), 2016.

December 18, 2015

Journal Paper Accepted at Nature Publishing Group: Scientific Reports.

Rueckert, Elmar; Kappel, David; Tanneberg, Daniel; Pecevski, Dejan; Peters, Jan Recurrent Spiking Networks Solve Planning Tasks Nature Publishing Group: Scientific Reports, 6 (21142), 2016.

March 1, 2014

Postdoctoral fellow at IAS, Darmstadt

Elmar Rueckert joined the Autonomous Systems Labs of Prof. Jan Peters as Post-Doc in March 2014.

More news on Professor Rueckert’s page.