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  • REMARO Project

The REMARO ETN is a consortium of recognized submarine AI experts, software reliability experts, and a marine safety certification agency created to educate 15 ESRs able to realize the vision of reliable autonomy for underwater applications.


REMARO attacks one of the most pressing problems of modern computing, the safety of AI, in the well defined context of submarine robotics.


The REMARO research fellows will develop the first ever submarine robotics AI methods with quantified reliability, correctness specifications, models, tests, and analysis & verification methods.

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15 Phd Positions! Apply Now!

REMARO seeks candidates for 15 PhD positions that will work together on more reliable AI for marine robotics (vision, navigation, perception, planning, failure recovery, testing, verification, model-checking, model-driven engineering ...), There are 15 different research projects available with different prerequisites and focus, located in Copenhagen, Oslo, Porto, Bremen, Aachen, and Delft.

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Can we rely on AI-controlled underwater robots?

What happens in the brain of AI-based robots operating under water? Researchers will investigate this question in a new European Horizon 2020 research project. Experts in AI and reliability analysis will cooperate with companies developing underwater robots.

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