The University of Würzburg was again successful in the competition for an Alexander von Humboldt Professorship. The computer scientist Radu Timofte is to strengthen the university as an expert in the field of computer vision.Mehr
CAIDAS and the Center for Computational and Theoretical Biology (CCTB) have an open positions for a professorship for Artificial Intelligence in Computational and Theoretical Biology and are looking forward to receive applications from experts until 30 July 2021.Mehr
The first new building for CAIDAS in sight. The Free State of Bavaria has given the green light and is providing funding. A total of 1.900 m² on four floors will be built on the North Campus on a construction field next to the Mathematics buildings in a modularized system.
CAIDAS has two open positions for professorships and is looking forward to receive applications from experts in Computational Humanities and from experts in Reinforcement Learning and Computational Decision-Making until 10 May 2021.Mehr
As part of the past talk at AI Talks @JMU, the prizes were presented by Dr Gunther Schunk. The prizes, each worth € 1.000, were donated by the Vogel Foundation.Mehr