Uwe D. Hanebeck is now author and coauthor of more than 500 publications in various high-ranking journals and conferences.
Welcome to the Chair for Intelligent Sensor-Actuator-Systems (ISAS) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
The Chair for Intelligent Sensor-Actuator-Systems deals with a variety of challenges in systems and state estimation including tracking, stochastic control, distributed estimation and telepresence. A detailed overview of our current research is given in Research.
The lab has acquired a new multi-GPU server equipped with four high-end graphics cards, which will significantly simplify and accelerate the work on computationally intensive methods. Especially research related to deep learning applications will benefit from the new server. The server is equally accessible for both employees and students.GPU-Server
Marko Ristic joins the ISAS lab.
Marcel Reith-Braun joins the ISAS lab.
At 25.06.2019 the kickoff event of the project ROBDEKON took place at the Fraunhofer Institute IOSB in Karlsruhe. The aim of this BMBF-funded project is to investigate autonomous and semi-autonomous robot systems for decontamination in misanthropic environments.
Current work on ROBDEKON was broadcast on television.
Dr.-Ing. Florian Pfaff was awarded with the SICK-science award 2018 for the Best Dissertation for his PhD thesis "Multitarget Tracking Using Orientation Estimation for Optical Belt Sorting".
The award ceremony will take place during the „50 Jahre Informatik“ celebrations on June 19 at the KIT.
The projects "Distributed Multi-Target Pose Estimation and Collaborative Mapping Using Heterogeneous Sensor Networks" (Kailai Li), "Detektion und Klassifikation von Systemanomalien mit Hilfe von Machine Learning" (Jana Mayer), OptInfNet: Optimale Informationsfusion in intelligenten Sensornetzwerken" (Susanne Radtke) and "Reinforcement Learning für die Regelung mechatronischer Prozesse mit wenigen unsicheren Daten" (Johannes Westermann) are currently supported under the "Software Campus" initiative.
Christopher Funk joins the ISAS lab.
Johannes Westermann joins the ISAS lab.
Michael Feldmann successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation "Tracking von Objektgruppen und ausgedehnten Zielobjekten". The thesis has been co-advised and co-examined by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Koch, Fraunhofer-Institut für Kommunikation, Informationsverarbeitung und Ergonomie FKIE Wachtberg.
Florian Pfaff successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation "Multitarget Tracking Using Orientation Estimation for Optical Belt Sorting" with distinction (summa cum laude). The thesis has been co-advised and co-examined by Prof. Dr.-lng. Thomas Längle, Fraunhofer IOSB Karlsruhe.
Start of project "OptInfNet: Optimale Informationsfusion in intelligenten Sensornetzwerken" as part of the Software Campus funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in cooperation with TRUMPF GmbH
Start of project "SeReMo: Secure Remote Monitoring" in cooperation with SEKAS GmbH and Institute of Theoretical Informatics (ITI).