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Welcome to the Pattern Recognition Lab!

Researchers and students at Pattern Recognition Lab (LME) work on the development and implementation of algorithms to classify and analyze patterns like images or speech. The research is mostly interdisciplinary and is focussed on medical- and health engineering. The LME has close national and international collaborations with other universities, research institutes and industrial partners.

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In order to feature our research to a broad audience, we started the Pattern Recognition Blog. Here you will find reports on projects at the lab, described in an accessible way. The first two entries highlight Known Operator Learning and the recent history of AI. Furthermore, you will also find lin...

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Maier was formally appointed as a full tenured professor on March 31st, 2020. He is now a professor in Machine Intelligence at the Computer Science Department at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg and will start on this position on April 1st, 2020. At the same ...

The television transmitter 3sat will broadcast the documentary "Die Sprache der Wale" by Volker Barth for the first time on Thursday 14 May 2020 at 20:15 in "Wissen hoch 2". Over a period of 3 years, an interdisciplinary research team consisting of marine biologists, computer scientists and psycholo...

Due to the current pandemic of COVID-19, this year’s BVM (German Conference on Medical Image Processing) was converted into a video venue. All authors submitted their work as videos and they are available now on YouTube in the newly created BVM Channel. In the description of the video, you can find ...

Over the years, we have collected a rather large collection of online teaching material that we now also highlight on our Teaching Section. One feature is the Deep Learning Material with video lectures and online experimentation environments on various topics. Another gem is the new version of the ...