Mission Statement

  • ISAS has been founded in 2003 and is headed by Prof. Uwe D. Hanebeck
  • Our mission is to advance the state-of-the-art in machine learning under uncertanties
  • We are dedicated to research-oriented teaching and offer a wide variety of courses
  • Topics: Distributed/decentralized data and information fusion, nonlinear state estimation, system modeling & identification, model predictive control
  • Applications: Localization, robotics, telepresence systems, virtual/mixed reality, aircraft surveillance, industrial sorting, predictive maintenance and anomaly detection

 

News

Rosenthal Promotion
05/06/2022

Florian Rosenthal successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation "Stochastic Control for Cooperative Cyber-Physical Networking". The thesis has been co-advised and co-examined by Prof. Dr. Daniel Quevedo, Queensland University, Australia.

Promotion Susanne Radtke
02/11/2022

Susanne Radtke successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation "Distributed Estimation Using Partial Knowledge
about Correlated Estimation Errors". The thesis has been co-advised and co-examined by Ondřej Straka, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic.

ISIF
01/24/2022

Uwe D. Hanebeck has been elected as president of the International Society of Information Fusion (ISIF) for the year 2023 and as vice-president for 2022. Founded in 1998, ISIF is the premier global resource for multidisciplinary approaches for theoretical and applied information fusion technologies. Its managing board of 20 directors is responsible for the annual "International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION)" and its flagship journal "Journal of Advances in Information Fusion (JAIF)".

Bestes Praktikum im SS21
01/18/2022

On the basis of the semesterly evaluation of the KIT teaching program, the KIT Department of Informatics awards the course "Praktikum: Forschungsprojekt Anthropomatik praktisch erfahren” as the best best laboratory experiment in the summer semester 2021 and honours the lecturers Uwe D. Hanebeck, Michael Fennel, Kailai Li, Florian Pfaff, Jana Mayer, Daniel Frisch and Florian Rosenthal for their particularly successful involvement in teaching. Certificate (PDF)

According to the "Stanford List", Uwe D. Hanebeck is among the 2 per cent most widely cited scientists worldwide

Stanford University has recently published an update of the list of the top 2 percent most widely cited scientists in different disciplines, the World's Top 2 percent Scientists. This ranking, considered the most prestigious worldwide, is based on bibliometric information contained in the Scopus database and provides standardized information on citations, h-index, and more. Scopus is the largest abstract and citation data base for peer-reviewed literature by Elsevier publishing. In August 2021, the "Stanford List" contains about 190,000 researchers of the more than 8 million scientists considered to be active worldwide. The list contains 9434 active scientist in Germany. More information is available at https://doi.org/10.17632/btchxktzyw.3.