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IAR - Institute for Anthropomatics and Robotics

 

The term »Anthropomatics« was coined by a Karlsruhe informatics professor ten years ago as the science of symbiosis between human and humanoid and refers to a research field, which focuses on human-centered environments, with an aim to researching and developing people-friendly systems using informatics.

This is only possible if we have a basic understanding and the modelling of people e.g. in terms of anatomy, motorics, perception, behaviour and how information is processed.

  Important topics at the institute are the multimodal interaction of people with technical systems, humanoid robots, language understanding, image perception, learning, recognising and understanding situations, generating knowledge through experience, formulating memory, emotions, processing biosignals and sensor data processing in sensor networks.

 

IAR - Institute for Anthropomatics and Robotics
Research Groups Contact
High Performance Humanoid Technologies H2T Prof. Dr. T. Asfour
Vision and Fusion Laboratory (IES) Prof. Dr. J. Beyerer
Humanoids and Intelligence Systems Lab Prof. Dr. R. Dillmann
Intelligent Sensor-Actuator Systems (ISAS) Prof. Dr. U. Hanebeck
Intelligent Process Automation and Robotics Lab (IPR) Prof. Dr. B. Hein
Intelligent Process Automation and Robotics Lab (IPR) Prof. Dr. T. Kröger
Computer Vision for Human-Computer Interaction Lab (cv:hci) Prof. Dr. R. Stiefelhagen
Interactive Systems Lab (ISL) Prof. Dr. A. Waibel
Multilingual Speech Recognition

Dr. S. Stüker

(Research Group)

    
Associated Professor  
Intelligent Process Automation and Robotics Lab (IPR) Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. T. Längle
    
Professors Emeriti  
  Prof. em. Dr. H. Nagel
WEBASE Prof. em. Dr. G. Schweizer
    
Retired Professor  
Intelligent Process Automation and Robotics Lab (IPR) Prof. Dr. H. Wörn