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Professor Sami Haddadin at Terra X plus Schule by ZDF"You did watch Iron Man – that's my job"

How do you become a robotics researcher? Do you have to study something specific? How do you teach robots to think and act and what does the everyday life of a professor look like? Prof. Sami Haddadin, Director of the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MSRM) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) answers these questions in a new episode of the video series "Superjob" by ZDF Terra X plus Schule.

What does a robotics researcher do?

In the latest Superjob episode by ZDF Terra X plus Schule, TUM Professor Sami Haddadin presents his exciting job: Since 2018 he has been the director of the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MSRM) and holds the chair for robotics and system intelligence at TUM. Terra X plus Schule is a new educational offer by the ZDF and is aimed at schoolchildren as well as all those who are interested in knowledge.

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Corporate Communications Center Christine Lehner
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Robots could safeguard people from pain

Reflexes protect our bodies – for example when we pull our hand back from a hot stove. These protective mechanisms could also be useful for robots. In this interview, Prof. Sami Haddadin and Johannes Kühn of the Munich...

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TUM professor Sami Haddadin is chairman of the Bavarian Council on AI

The Bavarian State government has created the Bavarian Council on AI to consolidate Bavaria's expertise in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and to further expand its AI network. Prof. Sami Haddadin, Director of the...

“The machine as an extension of the body”

Combining neuroscience and robotic research has gained impressive results in the rehabilitation of paraplegic patients. A research team led by Prof. Gordon Cheng from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) was able to...