29th EAISI lunch meeting

Tuesday March 15, 2022 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Online - MS Teams

Many TU/e researchers are advancing or using Artificial Intelligence in their research projects. To support cross disciplinary learning and to strengthen the TU/e AI network, EAISI organizes a series of (internal) meetings during lunch time, where various researchers talk about their projects, followed by Q&A.



Shane Ó’Seasnáin | Program Director at EAISI

Introduction of the event and community


Tanir Ozcelebi | Associate Professor at Interconnected Resource-aware Intelligent Systems, Department Mathematics and Computer ScienceFederated Self-Training for Semi-Supervised Audio Recognition

Manil Dev Gomony | Assistant Professor at Electronic Systems, Department Electrical Engineering

Patty Stabile | Associate Professor at Low-Latency Inter-Connect Networks, Department Electrical Engineering

Mathias Funk | Associate Professor at Future Everyday, Department Industrial Design
Manil Dev Gomony and Patty Stabile on their cutting edge researches, reported from an EE Lab with Mathias Funk


Ömür Arslan | Assistant Professor at Dynamics and Control, Department Mechanical EngineeringEdgeAI challenges of mobile perception and decision making for light-weight robot autonomy




Edge AI Research at TU/e

“Edge AI” brings the technologies of edge computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence together.  It is an import crossroads from Data Science towards High-Tech Industry, Mobility and Healthcare.  The main advantages of Edge AI are lower-latency, better privacy, reduced power-consumption, and increased robustness. It is widely seen as being a big opportunity for Europe to gain a lead over the US and China, by building on our strengths in semiconductors and telecommunications. Edge AI is a term used to describe the combination of edge computing and AI.  In traditional AI, models are developed using cloud-based systems with training and validation sets of data.  The resulting models are then applied across a network in situ. Edge AI is different to this approach in that the model is developed locally. This approach has cost and performance advantages in terms of power-use, privacy and responsiveness. The principle is that when intelligence resides at the edge, data can be processed effectively and derived information can be shared on a need-to-know basis with other devices in the system. Apart from applications powered by machine-learning, i.e., data-driven AI, Edge AI is also suited to work in hybrid AI deployments that combine or even merge model-driven with data-driven approaches for learning.


Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute

EAISI facilitates, stimulates and shares knowledge about AI