About JRL

Welcome to the Joint Robotics Lab!

The JRL is a joint project of members of the department of computer science at Goethe University Frankfurt to teach students on complex autonomous systems.

Educational and Research Concept

The idea behind JRL is to focus on project-oriented learning. Students can take the opportunity to work in a project of practical relevance, and work autonomously on cutting-edge topics under the supervision of researches at Goethe University. Cooperation between students and researchers improves soft skills and eases knowledge transfer. Linking research and teaching will be beneficial for students and researchers!

Find out more about current projects at JRL and don’t hesitate to contact us!

Visibility of Computer Science to the General Public

The JRL tries to improve visibility of natural sciences and computer science in particular to the general public by showing interesting, tangible, and apparent applications at various events. Our goal is to awaken interest for natural sciences especially in young people. We are present at events like Night of Science or Innovative 2010.

See our news page for coming activities.

Parents of the Joint Robotics Lab

vsi-logo-35h Visuelle Sensorik und Informationsverarbeitung
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rudolf Mester, (VSI)
em-logo-35h Entwurfsmethodik
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Hedrich, (EM)
es-logo-35h Eingebettete Systeme
Prof. Dr. Uwe Brinkschulte, (ES)

Where to find us

The JRL offce is located at the computer science building, room 20 (ground floor). QIS/LSF link The lab has moved to the math building, room 09b (basement).

Robert-Mayer-Str 11-15, InformatikgebäudeOffice:
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität
Institut für Informatik
Robert-Mayer-Straße 11-15 (Informatikgebäude)
Raum 20
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main
069 / 798 – 23695

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität
Institut für Informatik
Robert-Mayer-Straße 6-8 (Mathematikgebäude)
Raum 09a (Keller)
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main
069 / 798 – 28243


Opening Hours

Since the JRL is still in construction, we do not have opening hours yet. If you want to visit the lab, just feel free to drop in. You may look at the Teaching page and the RoboCup page for current lab hours.

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