The Centre for Intelligent Systems of TalTech University focuses on advanced system modeling methods, data science, machine learning, digital twins, and virtual and augmented reality based on two research laboratories which are currently in the process of merging into a single Intelligent Systems lab.
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Centre for Intelligent Systems was established on January 1, 2017 in the Department of Computer Systems on the basis of Control Systems Research Laboratory, Chair of Automatic Control and System Analysis and Chair of Circuit Theory and Design from the former Department of Computer Control of Tallinn University of Technology.
All knowledge, skills, and expertise from Machine Learning and Control Theory have allowed the Centre personnel to proceed to tackle research endeavors related to Intelligent Systems with full force. In 2015, we have also established the XR laboratory to complement our research with digital twins and extended reality.
Awards and Achievements
Award: Prize for Applied Research from Tallinn University of Technology (2017)
This project was devoted to research and development of an artificial intelligence based system for classification and risk groups determination of motor insurance clients. This is an applied research project developed for the insurance company Ergo Insurance SE.
Outstanding Thesis: Springer Publication Fractional-order Modeling and Control (2017)
The doctoral thesis of Aleksei Tepljakov was recognized as an outstanding thesis and published in Springer Theses category “Computational Intelligence and Complexity” in 2017. More information about the associated project FOMCON can be found at https://fomcon.net/