9 Independent Research Group Leaders in the Cyber Valley Initiative

  • Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems / University of Stuttgart / University of Tübingen

Cyber Valley is a new center for AI research, bringing together partners from science and industry to create a world-leading hub for research in intelligent systems. The Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, the University of Stuttgart, and the University of Tübingen invite applications for Independent Research Group Leaders in the Cyber Valley Initiative.

Submit your application to: applications@cyber-valley.de
Contact: Matthias Tröndle


System Administrator/in (100%)

  • Tuebingen

Graduate Position

Contact: Sabrina Jung


Distributed Wireless Control (Master thesis)

  • Tuebingen, Germany

In a new research project, we seek to integrate recent advances in wireless networking with networked control to develop a superior solution for reliable and economic wireless control for cyber-physical systems (CPSs). We are looking for outstanding students who are interested in doing their Master thesis in this novel, interdisciplinary, and challenging research area. Depending on the student's background and interests, the project can involve fundamental theoretical developments, extensive simulation studies, as well as applied work around developing a novel CPS demonstrator.

Student Project Position

Submit your application to: strimpe@tuebingen.mpg.de
Contact: Sebastian Trimpe


Master Thesis Projects on Learning Control

  • Tuebingen, Germany

Machine learning for advanced control of autonomous robots. We are continuously looking for outstanding students who are eager to do their Master thesis on a challenging project in the area of Learning Control.

Student Project Position

Submit your application to: amd-applications@tuebingen.mpg.de
Contact: Ludovic Righetti Sebastian Trimpe