High Profile Area at the

From Master to PhD

Minds, Media, Machines supports interdisciplinary students and young researchers at all levels. As our international Master's program on Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems (AIIS) sets the stage for collaborative learning and comprehensive training in this vibrant field, the Minds, Media, Machines Integrated Graduate School supports graduate students through a continuously expanding network of offers and opportunities to study and connect. However, we do not stop there! Young researchers at the postdoctoral level are invited to engage with our research initiatives and offers to support them in establishing their own independent lines of research. For these, please feel invited to also take a look at our research initiatives and seed grants.

Master offers

Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems (AIIS)

The international Master's program AIIS offers students a broad variety of research-based courses in a vibrant interdisciplinary environment benefiting from renowned researchers in the field of AI, Cognitive Systems, and robotics. Students will have access to the unique laboratories, equipment, and computing resources for their courses, projects, and theses. Many research groups offer part-time jobs as research or teaching assistants.

AIIS students receive comprehensive training in theoretical, practical, and applied AI while specializing in "Cognition-Enabled Robotics" and "Machine Learning & Cognitive Systems", choosing one of the two as major and the other as minor. Other features of AIIS are the Guided Research Model - an independent student research project with individual supervision by a professor - and the Bremen Concept and Bremen model concept. While the latter is a project study in larger teams, the former is an independent research project with individual supervision by a professor.

Doctoral Programs

Minds, Media, Machines Integrated Graduate School

The Minds, Media, Machines Integrated Graduate School (MMMIGS) supports doctoral candidates and supervisors associated with the interdisciplinary high-profile area Minds, Media, Machines at the University of Bremen.

In particular, MMMIGS promotes structured doctoral education, serves as a hub for already established structured programs, and offers a demand-tailored scientific qualification program. The qualification program complements the transferable skills workshops offered by Bremen Early Career Researcher Development (BYRD) as well as the thematic courses offered by the doctoral programs themselves.