Intelligent Systems Research Group
The Intelligent Systems Research Group (ISRG) has the formal status of a research institute and deals with methods of machine learning, computer vision and optimization.
In addition to basic research we transfer scientic results into industrial and economic applications with a focus on 3D modeling, computer vision, materials science and manufacturing processes.
The results of our research projects are implemented in technical solutions in various areas of application such as Industrie 4.0, Security and Health.
AI engineering: Transferring scientific results into applications requires skills in practical AI engineering, which is promoted by the practice-oriented training concept of our faculties Computer Science and Business Information Systems and Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.
Collaboration: As link between basic research and cutting-edge technologies we collaborate with other institutions in the international research environment as well as R&D-intensive companies, see our partners.
Scientific visibility: The attractiveness and visibility for our partners is generated by our active participation in the scientific community through publications.
Promotion of young talents: As part of our activities, we promote the development of young researchers by involving undergraduate and graduate students in our projects and by integrating scientific results into teaching, see student issues.
Congratulations to our member Johannes Dornheim for passing his doctoral examination!mehr erfahren
Interview in "physiopraxis"
Interview about our Infermod3D project with our partner Kai Stoevesandt from Varilag and Astrid Laubenheimer, published in the journal "physiopraxis" no. 3/21.mehr erfahren
Kick-Off of "Q-AMeLiA"
Our consortium of universities and industry starts with a kick-off meeting of the research project Quality Assurance of Machine Learning Applications.mehr erfahren
JOMS on the ECCV 2020
We presented our JOMS - Joint Optimization for Multi-Person Shape Models from Markerless 3D-Scans on the 16th ECCV 2020! See our research on 3D Morphable Models.mehr erfahren
SWR reports on "Komo3D"
Broadcast Dates (German TV): SWR Aktuell Baden-Württemberg 19.07.2020 18.00, ARD Morgenmagazin 22.07.2020, Landesschau Baden-Württemberg, 28.07.2020, 18.45 (starting at minute 24:08). See our project Komo3D.mehr erfahren