Open PhD position

Open PhD position within the Cluster of Excellence "Science of Intelligence":

Project "Modeling Neurogenesis for Continuous Learning" (PIs: Prof. Verena Hafner, Prof. Alan Akbik)

Stellenausschreibung

application deadline 25.11.2021

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Forum Junge Spitzenforscher

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On 18 November 2020, the closing event and award ceremony for the winners of the sixth ideas competition “Forum Junge Spitzenforscher” of the Stiftung Industrieforschung in cooperation with Humboldt-Innovation took place as virtual event.

Heinrich Mellmann and Matthias Kubisch were among the 6 finalists and have been awarded a 4th place for their proposal "Volksbot: Gretchen". Congratulations!

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BUA Social Cohesion

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New research project: Social Cohesion and Civil Society: Interaction Dynamics in Times of Disruption

We're part of a new interdisciplinary research project from the Call on Social Cohesion funded by the Grand Challenge Initiative of the Berlin University Alliance.

The aim of the initiative is to examine social cohesion as it is driven and constantly developed through social interactions. We will look into interaction dynamics across scales and modalities that unfold in face-to-face encounters, groups and society as a whole.

Offene SHK-Stellen

Offene SHK-Stellen / Open positions for student assistants

Wir haben derzeit am Lehrstuhl Adaptive Systeme zwei offene Stellen für studentische Hilfskräfte zu vergeben.
Es geht dabei um Mitarbeit im Fachgebiet Adaptive Systeme und in jeweils einem der folgenden Projekte:
  • EU-Projekt ROMI
  • SCIoI-Projekt Multimodal Communication

Anforderungen: Programmierkenntnisse, gute Englischkenntnisse
Erwünscht: Erfahrung mit Themen der Robotik und KI

Bewerbungen sind möglich, bis die Stellen besetzt sind.

Ausschreibungen: https://box.hu-berlin.de/d/5ea7ffe422214d8b93af/

EU project HIVEOPOLIS

Kickoff-Meeting of the new EU project HIVEOPOLIS
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Our ambition in this research project is to create a modern society of honey bee colonies which is fully adapted to present-day challenges, such as pesticides, parasites, climate change, or urban environments as well as present-day needs, ranging from urban, high-end beekeeping, to professional beekeeping, teaching kids honey bee biology, or professional bee breeding.
Here, we establish, for the first time, a smart honey bee colony system where humans, robots, honey bees, and colonies are able to interact and form a higher level of social cooperation.

Coordinator: University of Graz