Kailai Li, Florian Pfaff, and Uwe Hanebeck received the Jean-Pierre Le Cadre Best Paper Award, First Runner-Up of the "25th International Conference on Information Fusion (Fusion 2022), Linköping, Sweden" for the paper Circular Discrete Reapproximation.Certificate (PDF)
Sophisticated processes are required for high-quality, cost-efficient production. Since experimentation has to be done in order to achieve this, development has been particularly costly up to now, especially when new materials and processes are used, the production process is highly complex, or no mature models are available. The systematic use of AI has the potential to be cheaper, faster and more efficient. For this reason, the Research Unit AI-based methodology for the rapid upgrading of immature production processes will set out to look for fundamentally new solutions in this area. (Spokesperson: Professor Dr. Jürgen Beyerer, University of Karlsruhe)
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.