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Bernhard Schölkopf – Prizewinner 2019

The German physicist, mathematician and computer scientist Bernhard Schölkopf is to receive the Körber European Science Prize, endowed with one million euros. He has developed mathematical methods that have made a significant contribution to helping artificial intelligence (AI) reach its most recent heights. Schölkopf and his team are investigating algorithms with which computer programs can react flexibly to situations, for example for driverless cars. He has established central methods for machine learning from which applications in biology, medicine, economics, social sciences and numerous other fields can benefit.

Schölkopf is the Director of the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen and co-founder of the "Cyber Valley", a centre of excellence that aims to help Germany attain a leading position in international AI competition.

The Körber European Science Prize 2019 will be presented to Bernhard Schölkopf on 13 September in the Great Festival Hall of Hamburg City Hall.

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Presentation of the prize

Photos of the presentation of the Körber European Science Prize 2019 to Bernhard Schölkopf in the Great Festival Hall of Hamburg City Hall, 13 September 2019.

These photos are free to use in the context of news coverage with the credit Körber-Stiftung/David Ausserhofer.

Prof. Dr. Martin Stratmann, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schölkopf, Dr. Lothar Dittmer (from left)
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Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schölkopf, Ranga Yogeshwar (from left)
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Presentation of the Körber Prize in the Hamburg City Hall, 13 September 2019
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Prof. Dr. Martin Stratmann, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schölkopf, Dr. Peter Tschentscher, Dr. Lothar Dittmer (from left)
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detailed Information

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Curriculum Vitae Bernhard Schölkopf

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press release, 26.06.2019

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Photos

The following photos are free to use in the context of news coverage with the credit Körber-Stiftung/Friedrun Reinhold.

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