Interactive & Cognitive Systems

The Interactive and Cognitive Systems (ICS) group studies natural and designs artificial cognitive systems, researches their relationships and develops methods that enable interactions between them. The group's research is at the interface between cognitive science, machine learning and human-machine interaction. The applications of the developed solutions extend over a wide field of multimedia technology and augmented reality, through medicine to agriculture and industrial production.

group news


  • Feburary 2023: The NaLamKI team organised a conference on digital agriculture at the international Green Week. Among others, Sebastian Bosse and Peter Kloke discussed the use of AI in agriculture with representatives from politics and business. The team also presented the NaLamKI demonstrator and the new cloud-based SaaS (software-as-a-service) platform.
  • February 2023: Exploiting the full potential of digital agriculture - that is our mission in the NaLamKI project. Many thanks to our partners for a successful annual meeting! We discussed important milestones for the last project year. Read more at
  • August 2022: The BMBF project KIARA starts as a joint project with Charité, Human Factors Consult and KLS Martin. It will develop image-based interactive methods for the automatic documentation of medical interventions, e.g. operations. Further information at


Research Topics

The current research of the group comprises topics of gesture recognition and interaction, the modeling of human perception and cognition as well as hybrid and interactive AI.

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The current research of the ICS group is based on numerous projects that are funded by public institutions at European or national level as well as industry.

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Journal papers, conference proceedings, talks and tutorials, standardization contributions and books. Find out about the publications of our group.

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