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The U Bremen Research Alliance cordially invites you to take part in the evening event on Research Data Day! The event will be held in German and places are limited. Secure your place by registering before the 7th day of the event.

Event by TOPAS Industriemathematik Event link: https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/bremen-autonomous-systems-meetup/events/300634921/ About Join our very first meetup (hopefully the first of many)! A gathering designed for everyone who is interested or involved in autonomous systems and robotics in Bremen. Whether you're a seasoned expert

The Cognitive Systems Lab cordially invites you to the closing event of the BBDC on 24.05.2024! There will be interesting greetings, award ceremonies, lectures, posters and lab tours. A highlight of the program is an exciting guest lecture by Prof. Dr. Alexander Mädche from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

The Research Training Group (2224) Parameter Identification is organizing a summer school on the topic of data-driven dynamic systems. It will take place from July 24 to 26, 2024 at the University of Bremen. The aim of the summer school is to explore topics such as Koopman and transfer operator theory,

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Professor Tanja Schultz, our esteemed member and the distinguished head of the Cognitive Systems Lab at the University of Bremen, has been appointed as a member of the Federal Chancellery's newly established Expert Council on Health and Resilience. The Expert Council "Health and Resilience" is a pioneering initiative

On 01.03.2024 the time has finally come: The "Bremen Big Data Challenge" (BBDC) is entering its ninth round! The BBDC is a programming competition on the topic of data analysis organized by the Cognitive Systems Lab at the University of Bremen. It is supported by "JUST ADD

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The Bremen Parliament has approved funding for the project "Biosignals-HUB: Biosignal Sensors for Human-Centered AI @ University of Bremen" under the leadership of MMM spokesperson Tanja Schultz. The project is being funded with 2.9 million euros from the state of Bremen and 1.9

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The Software Engineering working group (https://www.uni-bremen.de/st), headed by MMM member Prof. Dr. Rainer Koschke, has three vacancies for research assistants (doctoral students or postdocs) to be filled as soon as possible. The job advertisements are available under the following links: 2 Research Assistants Teaching

A postdoc and a PhD position are available at the Chair for Combinatorial Optimization headed by MMM-member Prof. Nicole Megow (https://www.uni-bremen.de/en/cslog/nmegow) at the University of Bremen. Check out the detailed job description here: https://lnkd.in/eeyDaXPF. The application deadline is January 20,

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