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SECAI unterstützt Offenheit in der Forschung und wir freuen uns regelmäßig neue Mitglieder in unseren Teams begrüßen zu können. Diese Seite enthält Vorschläge für aktuell verfügbare Forschungsthemen, geordnet nach Forschungsschwerpunkt, jeweils mit Mentor:in und Standort. Hier kann man stöbern und die Themen entdecken, die am besten den eigenen Interessen und Fähigkeiten entsprechen.

Verfügbare Stellen in der SECAI Graduate School werden jeweils auf der Seite für Stellenausschreibungen angekündigt. Doch auch wenn gerade keine Stelle ausgeschrieben ist, lohnt sich oft die direkte Abfrage bei den Mentor:innen der Wunschthemen. In unseren Forschungsgruppen gibt es regelmäßig viele spannende KI-Projekte und SECAI unterstützt auch affiliierte Forscher:innen, die aus anderen Quellen finanziert werden.

Composite AI

An Artificial Intelligence to Discover the Determinants of Microbiome-Transporter Interrelations

Mentored by Jens Meiler and Peter Stadler
Location: University of Leipzig, Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics

FunLog: A Functional Approach to Modular Logic Programming

Mentored by Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Knowledge-Based Systems

Large Language Models (LLMs) and the Formalization of Mathematics

Mentored by Bjoern Andres, Markus Krötzsch
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Machine Learning for Computer Vision

Multi-agent Belief Management

Mentored by Sebastian Rudolph, Markus Krötzsch
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Computational Logic

Reason to Trust: Certifying Conclusions in Data Analysis

Mentored by Markus Krötzsch, Carsten Lutz
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Knowledge-Based Systems

StochasticAI – Integrating Stochastic Modeling with AI

Mentored by Sayan Mukerhjee and Ivo Sbalzarini
Location: TU Dresden or Leipzig University

Tact-Morph: Tactile Sensor & Robotics Processing on the SpiNNaker2 Neuromorphic Compute Platform

Mentored by Christian Mayr and Roberto Calandra
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Highly-Parallel VLSI Systems and Neuromicroelectronics (HPSN) Dresden and Learning, Adaptive Systems and Robotics (LASR) Lab

Theoretical Foundations of Ethical and Interpretable Diffusion Models

Mentored by Guido Montúfar and Max von Renesse
Location: Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig

AI Compute Paradigms

Drug Discovery via Accelerated Quantum Mechanics Simulations on Spinnaker Cloud Computing

Mentored by Jens Meiler, Christian Mayr
Location: University Leipzig, Medical School, Institute for Drug Discovery

FunLog: A Functional Approach to Modular Logic Programming

Mentored by Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Knowledge-Based Systems

Neuromorphic Circuits Based on 2D Devices

Mentored by Thomas Mikolajick, Martin Bogdan
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Nanoelectronics

StochasticAI – Integrating Stochastic Modeling with AI

Mentored by Sayan Mukerhjee and Ivo Sbalzarini
Location: TU Dresden or Leipzig University

Tact-Morph: Tactile Sensor & Robotics Processing on the SpiNNaker2 Neuromorphic Compute Platform

Mentored by Christian Mayr and Roberto Calandra
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Highly-Parallel VLSI Systems and Neuromicroelectronics (HPSN) Dresden and Learning, Adaptive Systems and Robotics (LASR) Lab

Trustworthy AI-Enhanced Video Conferencing

Mentored by Frank Fitzek, Stefanie Speidel
Location: TU Dresden, ComNets Chair

What are GPCR’s and why are they important?

Mentored by Peter Stadler, Sayan Mukherjee
Location: Leipzig University, Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics

Intelligent Medical Devices

RobSurgVis: Vision-Language Model meets Next-Generation Robotic Surgery

Mentored by Stefanie Speidel, Frank Fitzek
Location: UKD Dresden, National Center for Tumor Diseases (NCT) and TU Dresden, ComNets Chair

AI Methods for Health

An Artificial Intelligence to Discover the Determinants of Microbiome-Transporter Interrelations

Mentored by Jens Meiler and Peter Stadler
Location: University of Leipzig, Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics

Drug Discovery via Accelerated Quantum Mechanics Simulations on Spinnaker Cloud Computing

Mentored by Jens Meiler, Christian Mayr
Location: University Leipzig, Medical School, Institute for Drug Discovery

From Protein Structure Prediction to Explainable AI in Oncology

Mentored by Jakob Nikolas Kather & Jens Meiler
Location: Else Kroener Fresenius Center for Digital Health or Leipzig University, Institute of Drug Discovery

Natural Neural Networks Inspire Artificial Neural Networks in Therapeutic Design

Mentored by Martin Bogdan and Jens Meiler
Location: Leipzig University, Department of Neuromorphic Information Processing or Leipzig University, Institute of Drug Discovery

RobSurgVis: Vision-Language Model meets Next-Generation Robotic Surgery

Mentored by Stefanie Speidel, Frank Fitzek
Location: UKD Dresden, National Center for Tumor Diseases (NCT) and TU Dresden, ComNets Chair

StochasticAI – Integrating Stochastic Modeling with AI

Mentored by Sayan Mukerhjee and Ivo Sbalzarini
Location: TU Dresden or Leipzig University

What are GPCR’s and why are they important?

Mentored by Peter Stadler, Sayan Mukherjee
Location: Leipzig University, Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics

Societal Framework for AI

Multi-agent Belief Management

Mentored by Sebastian Rudolph, Markus Krötzsch
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Computational Logic

Reason to Trust: Certifying Conclusions in Data Analysis

Mentored by Markus Krötzsch, Carsten Lutz
Location: TU Dresden, Chair of Knowledge-Based Systems

Trustworthy AI-Enhanced Video Conferencing

Mentored by Frank Fitzek, Stefanie Speidel
Location: TU Dresden, ComNets Chair