Event Series


Artificial Intelligence Colloquium (AIC)

The AI Colloquium is a series of events where renowned scientists from RWTH and other universities present cutting-edge research on methods and applications of artificial intelligence.


The aim is to provide insights into exciting research questions and offer space for exchange and discussion.

While past events were held virtually, they will be hold in a hybrid format from 2023 to enable flexibility and expand its reach beyond the university. The presentations are usually between 30 and 45 mins long and there's enough time for Q&A and discussions.
You can find further information to the individual events below.

After each event, the recording will be available on our YouTube channel (so make sure to subscribe in order not to miss any session).

See the full shedule here.


Research Seminar on AI (RSAI)

The research seminar on AI is jointly hosted by the RWTH Cluster of Excellence “Internet of Production” (IoP) and the RWTH AI Center. The events are organized by the AI expert group of the IoP, which is led by the Knowledge-Based Systems Group (KBSG, Prof. Lakemeyer) and the Institute for Data Science in Mechanical Engineering (DSME, Prof. Trimpe). This series of events provides a space for PhD researchers and postdocs to present their AI-related research to the IoP and AI community of RWTH.


The objective is to increase the understanding of the AI research conducted within the IoP cluster in particular and at RWTH in general. Through this understanding, we want to allow participants to form an idea of the current challenges that have to be tackled as well as the state-of-the-art techniques in this field. By connecting researchers who work on AI methods with those who work on possible applications, the research efforts at RWTH can be bundled and strengthened.

This virtual event takes place on a Tuesday at 4pm CET, on a bi-weekly schedule. Each event consists of a 30-minute presentation on a specific research topic followed by a discussion of roughly 15 minutes. The presentations typically have a strong focus on AI methods such as machine learning, symbolic AI, or process mining.

Further information about events can be found here.


Participants and Presenters

The research seminar is mainly aimed at scientists associated with the IoP and the AI Center from the RWTH. But students/researchers/professors from other areas and other affiliated research facilities (e.g. FZ Jülich) are very welcome.
If you would like to present a topic, please get in touch with the organisers.