The chair's website from 2001 - 2018 can now be accessed in an archived version at http://archive.www6.in.tum.de/www6. The page will not be updated anymore but contains information about research, teaching, staff and many other information during this period.
Prof. Knoll gave a keynote talk on neurorobotics and the Human Brain Project at the conference Handelsblatt Jahrestagung Strategisches IT-Management 2018. IT managers learned how HBP technology such as the Neurorobotics Platform can be used as tools for creating innovative...
European Robotics Forum 2018 in Tampere The Neurorobotics Platform developed in the SP10 keeps improving its usability and reliability, and is looking to expand its user base. If the feedback obtained from the audience at the European Robotics Forum (900 registered...
With a finishing time of 4h 13min 55sec our chair's team finished 39th out of 102 competing teams.
Our robotic mouse (below) was featured in a german talkshow! Florian Röhrbein presented our mouse and talked about neurorobotics live on german television. You can find part of this segment in the link.
Today the chair welcomes Dr. Alexander Lenz as a new member of the chair. He will develop his own research, while also coordinating our master course "Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence" and teaching modules in the area of robotics and embedded systems.
The chair of "Robotics and Embedded Systems" has modernized its web presence on Aug. 30th. Contents from our previous web page will be available shortly, an archived version of our previous web presence will be available soon.
Discover our ECHORD++ Robotics Innovation Facilities (RIFs) in this brand new video.
Our new Frontiers article explains the technical and scientific concepts behind the HBP Neurorobotics Platform.
Our Science Supplement article on Neurorobotics in the Human Brain Project is now available!.