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Nora Gourmelon, a PhD student at the Pattern Recognition Lab, is one of three finalists for the 2023 AI Newcomer Award in the field of natural and life sciences.This award is granted by the German Association of Computer Science (Gesellschaft für Informatik) to young researchers under 30 years for ...

We are pleased that Siming Bayer has received the Emerging Talents Initiative (ETI) funding in 2023 for the preparation of the research project “Artificial Intelligent as a Market Participant – Implications for Antitrust Law”, which is mentored by Prof. Andreas Maier of Pattern Recognition Lab and ...

We are pleased that the German Research Foundation (DFG) funds the project "Large-scale Automatic Calving Front Segmentation and Frontal Ablation Analysis of Arctic Glaciers using Synthetic-Aperture Radar Image Sequences (LASSI)". The 3 years research project aims to develop computer vision met...

We are proud to announce that our lab is taking another step towards gender equality! Our lab is the first to have hot water bottles against menstrual cramps and pads and tampons in the ladies' toilets. Here's to a shared future of equality and collaboration!

The German research foundation provides support to the Pattern Recognition Lab's ophthalmic imaging group, led by Stefan Ploner, in the amount of more than a quarter million Euro, over a 30-month funding period. With this meanwhile third grant, DFG continues to strengthen a long standing col...