This week we welcomed our first MSc & PhD student cohort of our Konrad Zuse School of Excellence in Reliable AI. We spent the 2. day at Allianz Arena with our MSc & PhD students, introducing the program, discussing research, and getting to know each other during a tour of the stadium.
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relAI PhD student Sarah Ball wins OII Award
We are delighted to announce that one of our relAI PhD students, Sarah Ball, has won the 2022 OII MSc Thesis Prize. The prize is one of the three awarded by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) for the best thesis from the MSc in Social Science of the internet and the MSc in Social Data … Read more... more
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relAI Fellows in AI.BAY 2023
We are pleased to announce the participation of our relAI fellows Prof. Sami Haddadin, Prof. Fabian Theis and Prof. Julia Schnabel in the AI.BAY 2023 – Bavarian International Conference on AI. At AI.BAY 2023, the Bavarian State Minister of Science, Markus Blume, the Minister for Digital Affairs, Judith Gerlach, and the Minister of Economic Affairs, … Read more... more
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Webinar: Quo Vadis, Digital Privacy?
Just in time for privacy day, the Transatlantic Privacy Perceptions Panel (TAPP), BERD@NFDI and relAI invite you to join the online discussion on perceptions, practices, and policies of digital privacy: Quo Vadis, Digital Privacy? Perceptions, Practices, and Policies Save the date: January 26, 2023, 5.00 pm – 6.45 pm CET ! Registration is free: link... more
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DAAD Interview with Zuse School relAI
For those interested in getting to know more about our initiatives and goals, the DAAD interview with our director Prof. Günnemann will be a helpful read. You will learn about how relAI was shaped and conceived. The interview emphasizes how relAI, as one of the three Zuse Schools in Germany, is helping to ensure that … Read more... more
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Prof. Stephan Günnemann receives Maier-Leibnitz Medal
On December 1st, relAI director Prof. Stephan Günnemann was awarded the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Medal. TUM presents its highest scientific award to individuals who, through their exceptional achievements in science, technology or medicine, have rendered a great service to the university in their capacity as outstanding lecturers and researchers.The relAI team congratulates Prof. Günnemann on this … Read more... more