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What attracts scientists to TUM? What applications do they see for their research, and how has their career progressed so far? In the "NewIn" series, we introduce professors who have been recently appointed to our university and show what they are passionate about - both in and outside of work.

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Prof. Majid Khadiv

Realization of intelligent robot systems: Majid Khadiv wants to develop autonomous humanoid robots that can sense their environment, respond to changes, and make decisions on their own. "My goal is to use machine learning to enable robots to relieve humans of boring or dangerous tasks," says Khadiv, who has held the chair of AI Planning in Dynamic Environments at TUM since September 2023. In this episode of NewIn, he explains how the development of robots can be accelerated in the coming years and which disciplines are involved

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Learn more about our modern faculty recruitment and career system, including the TUM Faculty Tenure Track, which is unique in Germany: We offer excellent scientists the opportunity to advance from an entry-level appointment to a W3 full professorship - and also recruit established researchers with an international reputation to our university.

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