Welcome to the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has founded the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MSRM) as an integrative research center in the field of robotics and machine intelligence to develop innovative and sustainable technologies and solutions for central challenges of our time. For more informations

 

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Dr. Günter Steinebach (internist) and Prof. Sami Haddadin explain for the science magazine "Xenius" on ARTE how the robot Garmi would support and companion elderly people in the future (minute 11:36-14:40). [more]

Why is the Technical University of Munich (TUM) ahead of the game when it comes to AI AND ROBOTICS? Read the answer in our publication in the prestigious journal NATURE INDEX. [more]

Based on application scenarios for AI, "Lernende Systeme", Germany´s platform for Artificial Intelligence, asked the acting director of the Munich School of Robotics, Prof. Sami Haddadin, about the role of individual protection in the factory of the future. [more]

The goal is to turn the Free State of Bavaria into a world-class research center in the field of AI. The Bavarian Council on AI will contribute to mobilizing strategies and measures to ensure an excellent research environment that attracts top researchers and economic potentials... [more]

Prof. Cheng investigates how to fusion robotics and neuroscience to rehabilitate patients with mobility problems. [more]

Prof. Haddadin explains how humans are the focus of robotic and Artificial Intelligence technologies in the lecture series "Wissenschaft für Jedermann" at the Deutsches Museum. Transmitted on 18. November 2020 at 19 Uhr. [more]

One of our CyberTum teams will compete in the Powered Arm Prosthesis Race at the CYBATHLON championship pioneered by ETH Zürich. Simona, the pilot of Cybaria one, will use this prosthesis in six tasks at the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence’s facility. ... [more]

The German Bundestag Study Commission on AI is committed to a human-centered AI strategy. [more]

The Geriatronics Research Center and LongLeif Robotics attract high-profile scientists and politicians at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The robot ‘Garmi’ will allow the development of contactless diagnostics. [more]

MSRM director, Prof. Sami Haddadin, explains current developments in regards to robotics. [more]