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launch of the kiwi-biolab

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On 1st May, the funding of the KIWI-biolab at the TU Berlin, one of three international AI future laboratories, officially began. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) will provide funding of five million euros each for the next three years. The spokesperson of the future laboratory is Prof. Dr. Peter Neubauer, head of the Department of Bioprocess Engineering. KIWI-biolab will combine technologies of artificial intelligence with biotechnology, working in close cooperation with international scientists*. The aim is to analyse data on microorganisms and to enable computers to independently plan and optimise laboratory experiments. The focus is on the development of new drugs and the production of sustainable plastics and raw materials. The three future laboratories were selected by an independent jury of experts from a total of 14 applications in which over 35 German and more than 70 foreign research institutions participated.

Press Release BMBF [2]

Press Release TU-Berlin [3]

the task forces

Active Learning for High Throughput Data and Operation [4]

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Dr. Stefan Born (Task Force #1)

Hybrid Model Predictive Control [6]

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Prof. Luis Garcia Naranjo (Task Force #2)

Image Recognition, Signal Processing and Machine Learning [8]

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Dr. Katharina Paulick (Task Force #3)

Robotic Operation and Control [10]

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Sebastian Hans (Task Force #4)

Project head

Dr. Katharina Paulick
e-mail query [12]

Project management

Marta González Gómez
e-mail query [13]

Principle investigator

Dr. Mariano Nicolas Cruz-Bournazou
e-mail query [14]

BMBF

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