As a co-founder, the University of Stuttgart has played a key role in shaping Cyber Valley since 2018, with its strengths in combining modeling, hardware, and artificial intelligence in integrated cyber-physical systems. Research in these areas, for example in intelligent robotics, shows great innovative potential.
Cyber Valley conducts fundamental research, whilst simultaneously considering the issues of commercial exploitation and social responsibility. It also provides an ideal environment for founding start-ups - breaking down the boundaries between industrial research and curiosity-driven fundamental research.
In addition to receiving funding from the state of Baden-Württemberg, Cyber Valley at the University of Stuttgart is also supported by the Christian Bürkert Foundation and the Vector Foundation.
News and Events of the University of Stuttgart regarding Cyber Valley
Cyber Valley at the University of Stuttgart
Two new research groups and five university chairs have been created at the University of Stuttgart under the Cyber Valley umbrella. Numerous existing and new professors are involved in the Cyber Valley project. The Institute for Artificial Intelligence was established at the University of Stuttgart in 2023. Cyber Valley is also home to the International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems (IMPRS-IS), a doctoral school in which the University of Stuttgart, the University of Tübingen and the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (MPI IS) work closely together.