The research programme is subdivided into 12 doctoral projects.
Together, these aim to closely link the four fundamental pillars of cognitive computing – (i) perception, (ii) planning & reasoning, (iii) learning and (iv) interaction.
Here, the doctoral projects place, on the one hand, individual emphasis on these four pillars and, on the other hand, on individual focus topics relating to the fields of application.
The following table shows the assignment of the doctoral projects (P1 – P12) to the participating universities (HSU, UUlm), the responsible direct supervisor (a), the tandem partner (b) and the expert advisors (c).
It also explains the methodological and application-specific focus points of the doctoral projects.