HiWi/Student assistant: Help us Present our Research -- Visualizing Research in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Control, and Networked Systems
The Intelligent Control Systems Group is an independent research group at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart and Tübingen and part of the Cyber Valley. Research in the group focuses on emerging topics such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and control of cyber-physical systems. This includes, for instance, state-of-the-art control for humanoid robots (see PDF announcement), development of a novel cyber-physical testbed for wireless control systems (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19xPHjnobkY), and learning algorithms implemented on a model race car (see PDF announcement).
Convincing visualizations are essential in order to present the developed ideas and algorithms, both to other researchers and to the public. To assist us with that, we are offering a HiWi/student assistant/ internship position. Possible tasks could include, for example:
- creating animations that capture the research;
- planning, editing, and producing videos of practical demonstrations and robot experiments;
- design of illustrations, drawings, etc. for research talks and posters.
The HiWi/student assistant/internship position will allow the student to gain experience in visualizing ongoing research on intelligent control systems. The concrete position and tasks are subject to discussion with interested candidates.
More details: PDF announcement.