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Institute for Anthropomatics

The Institute for Anthropomatics was founded in 2009 at the Department of Informatics of KIT. It researches human-centered topics, aiming at the development of human friendly computing systems. Important topics at the institute are the multimodal interaction of people with technical systems, humanoid robots, language understanding, image processing and understanding, learning, recognizing and understanding situations, generating knowledge through experience, formulating memory, emotions, processing biosignals and sensor data processing in sensor networks.

The insitute consists of these chairs and research groups: