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Philipp Hennig, Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen

Philipp Hennig receives prestigious ERC Starting Grant

27.10.2017
By: MPI for Intelligent Systems 
Photo: EnhanceNet-PAT is capable of upsampling a low-resolution image (left) to a high definition version (middle). The result is indistinguishable from the original image (right).

From small to not so pixel-perfect large

27.10.2017
By: MPI for Intelligent Systems
In Cyber Valley, partners from science and industry are advancing research into AI and robotics. The technology company Amazon now wants to join this research cooperation.

Amazon wants to join Cyber Valley

23.10.2017
By: MPI for Intelligent Systems

Events

Nov 17 2017 - Nov 17 2018

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Nov. 23
DepKo
Mattia Bruschetta, University of Padova, Italy
Mattia Bruschetta, Research fellow
University of Padova, Italy
Title:"A Nonlinear MPC based Multi-Sensory Cueing Algorithm...
09:30 am, MRZ seminar room
Nov. 23
DepKo
Andrea Burgalossi, Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience
Andrea Burgalossi, Group leader of Cellular and Synaptic Basis of Behaviour
Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience,...
11:15 am, MRZ seminar room
Nov. 24
FriKo
Daniel Marinazzo, University of Gent
Daniel Marinazzo, Associate Professor
Department of Data Analysis, University of Gent
Title: Haemodynamic response from task-free...
11:15 am, Max Planck House Lecture Hall

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