Seminar  /  20.11.2018

Seminar »Einführung in Maschinelles Lernen in der Verfahrenstechnik«

Die Internetsuchmaschine Google liefert – Stand September 2018 – 426.000 Treffer für die Stichworte »Maschinelles Lernen« und gar 548 Millionen Treffer für »Machine Learning«. Fast wöchentlich verkünden die Medien einen neuen Erfolg beim Einsatz von ML in Medizin, Technik und Industrie 4.0.

Dieser Workshop bietet Ihnen einen Einstieg in die Welt des maschinellen Lernens. Ziel des Workshops ist es, die wichtigsten Begriffe, wie Supervised und Unsupervised Learn­ing, einzuordnen sowie einen Überblick zu gewinnen, welche ML-Algorithmen typischerweise für Regressions- oder Klassifikationsprobleme eingesetzt werden. Ein Ausblick auf Deep Learning rundet den theoretischen Überblick ab.

Python ist die derzeit die gängigste Programmiersprache für maschinelles Lernen. Die meisten Anwendungen erfordern kein tiefergehendes mathematisches Verständnis der ML-Algorithmen oder Programmierkenntnisse, sondern werden durch Anwendung von ML-Bibliotheken behandelt. Daher bietet dieser Workshop auch eine Einführung in Python und die Bibliothek Pandas.

Für die Teilnahme am Workshop werden keine Programmierkenntnisse vorausgesetzt. Grundlegende Statistikvorkenntnisse sind wünschenswert.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.

The seminar »KL-Regelungstechnik« (Kaiserslautern – Control Theory and Control Engineering) is organized by our department as well as several research groups of the TU Kaiserslautern:

  • Technomathematics (Dep. of Mathematics)
  • Mechatronics in Mechenical and Automotive Engineering (Dep. of Mechanical and Process Engineering)
  • Automation Control (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Electromobility (Dep. of Electrical and Computer Engineering)

The seminar takes place at the ITWM every 1st Tuesday of a month (besides holidays and summer break). Aims are broadening of experiences and exchange of scientific views – also beyond the organizing groups.

Typical subjects of talks are:

  • ongoing or recently finished graduations and doctoral theses
  • current research and projects

The topics vary from mathematical methods to technical implementations. Usually, the talks present research results. However, some show open issues for brainstorming and inputs from the audience.