Computational Intelligence (Prof. Rudolph)
Former Group Members:
- Prof. Dr. Thomas Bartz-Beielstein
- Dr. Nicola Hochstrate (Beume)
- Prof. Dr. Oliver Kramer
- Prof. Dr. Boris Naujoks
- Dr. Mike Preuss
- Dipl.-Inform. Jan Quadflieg
- Our lectures are listed on the chair's general page
Our research focuses on three main subjects:
A detailed analysis is necessary to understand how CI methods work. This encompasses theoretical results on the methods' capabilities under varying conditions.
The success of applying CI methods is especially dependent on the practitioner's expert knowledge and intuition. To be able to provide less experienced users with solutions, we develop formal guidelines how to transfer theoretical concepts to the application in a reliable way.
Besides classical applications in mechanical, electrical, and chemical engineering, problems from entertainment are an emerging topic.