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Marcus Rohrbach

In most artificial intelligence (AI) applications, models learn from data that derives from a single information source. Additional data sources or so-called modalities can make AI models better and more reliable. An expert in multimodal learning, Marcus Rohrbach is set to become a Humboldt Professor for Artificial Intelligence in Darmstadt.

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Marcus Rohrbach

Dieter Schmalstieg

What would a red sofa look like in my sitting room? Augmented reality applications can visualise the answers to questions like this. Dieter Schmalstieg is set to continue his application-related research into virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) as a future Humboldt Professor at the University of Stuttgart.

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Hector Geffner

Hector Geffner is seen as one of the leading minds on the global AI stage and a pioneer of automated planning. In Aachen, he is invited to enhance Germany’s visibility as an AI hub and help to further Europe’s vanguard position in developing trustworthy, human-centred AI.

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Hector Geffner

Miki Ebisuya

Why is the biological development of the human slower than that of the mouse? Japanese researcher Miki Ebisuya, who is invited to become a Humboldt Professor at TU Dresden, works on the biophysical mechanisms behind this question. In the long term, it is hoped her fundamental research will generate knowledge for the development of new regenerative therapies.

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Robert Raußendorf

Why is the biological development of the human slower than that of the mouse? Japanese researcher Miki Ebisuya, who is invited to become a Humboldt Professor at TU Dresden, works on the biophysical mechanisms behind this question. In the long term, it is hoped her fundamental research will generate knowledge for the development of new regenerative therapies.

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Robert Raußendorf

Hanna Kokko

Hanna Kokko enjoys a worldwide reputation as a theoretical biologist. With her arrival, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is set to become an internationally recognised centre for theoretical biology.

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Hanna Kokko

Edvardas Narevicius

Edvardas Narevicius is one of the pioneers of ultra-low temperature chemistry. His experiments make it possible to observe novel quantum effects. He is invited to TU Dortmund University to reinforce the focus in experimental and theoretical quantum optics.

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Ingmar Weber

Ingmar Weber conducts research at the interface of the social sciences and artificial intelligence. He uses statistical methods to analyse data generated by social platforms in order to make statements about political polarisation or to model migration movements.

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André Platzer

By developing and applying differential dynamic logics, André Platzer has made a crucial contribution to testing the security of cyber-physical systems in, for example, traffic, aviation and shipping as well as robotics.

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André Platzer

Tina Malti

How do war and violence affect children psychologically? And how can children overcome such traumas? These are the kind of questions the psychologist Tina Malti explores in her research on childhood development. As the new director of the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child Development (LFE), she will be able to boost the centre’s international repute.

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