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Artificial Intelligence for Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Design

09.09.2024 - 13.09.2024

The Summer School AI4MedChem will provide an introductory course AI for interested students, phd students or post-docs in the field of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry, Life Sciences or related fields. You can find the detailed programm here.

Application until 24.04.2024

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In the summer term 2024, we are organising the lecture series

"Künstliche Intelligenz?! Eine interdisziplinäre Bestandsaufnahme"

together with the Kontaktstelle Studium im Alter.

The lecture series is open to the public, i.e. not only members of the UM and "Gasthörer*innen" can attend, but anyone who is interested! The lectures take place on Mondays from 16:00 to 18:00 in the Aula am Aasee. You can also follow the lectures live via eLectures. More information can be found on the StudiA website.

We would like to thank all the lecturers for their participation and Dr. Veronika Jüttemann from the Kontaktstelle Studium im Alter!

Please note that all lectures will be held in the German language!

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Late bird registration is still open until 14 April. And the  booklet for the event, including the list of abstracts, is now available.



We invite all scientists of Münster University who are engaged in research in the field of AI, who use AI methods in their research or who intend to apply such methods to the


on 23 April 2024 in the Schloss.

The centerpiece of the event is a Poster Exhibition and Networking Session, which will showcase the entire spectrum of AI research at Münster University – basics, algorithms, applications, societal aspects. It will enable AI researchers to make their research visible throughout the university and at the same time offer a unique opportunity for expert discussions, interdisciplinary exchange and the exploration of synergy potentials.

The poster exhibition is accompanied by two attractive keynote talks, one of which is a public lecture in cooperation with the Zentrum für Wissenschaftstheorie (Center for Philosophy of Science).

After the event, we will make the Book of Abstracts of the poster exhibition available as an AI Map, which allows to locate the current AI projects at Münster University and their connections.

Details on registration and the call for posters can be found here.



1.00 p.m.  | AULA | OPENING
with a welcome address by Rector Prof. Dr. Johannes Wessels                          

1.20 p.m.  | AULA |  KEYNOTE
Prof. Dr. Barbara Hammer (University of Bielefeld): AI – explain or trust?

Expert discussions, peer exchange and interdisciplinary networking over coffee and cookies - Registration required. Call for posters open until 2 February 2024.

5.00 p.m. | AULA |  KEYNOTE (in cooperation with the Zentrum für Wissenschaftstheorie)
Prof. Dr. Jan C. Schmidt (Hochschule Darmstadt): Wandel und Kontinuität von Wissenschaft durch KI — Zur aktuellen Veränderung des Wissenschafts- und  Technikverständnisses

            You can also attend this keynote via Zoom:


Meeting ID: 684 9631 2085
Passwort: 401046

All times indicated are sine tempore.

The event will be held in English, except for the second keynote speech, which corresponds to an evening talk open to the interested public.



Dr. Oliver Kamps, Dr. Katrin Schmietendorf

If you have any questions about the event, please contact katrin.schmietendorf@uni-muenster.de.

Past Events

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On November 2, a delegation from the University of Münster, including many InterKI project members, was involved in the Pedagogic Study Day at the Ratsgymnasium Münster on the topic of "Opportunities, limits and risks of artificial intelligence in schools". You can find an article on the homepage of the Ratsgymnasium.

Many thanks to T. Schönherr (training officer) and H. Snethkamp (principal) from the Ratsgymnasium, our InterKI colleague Dr. Martin Korth for his initiative as well as to all other participants: J. Meyer-Martins, M. Hunkemöller, Prof. Dr. S. Heusler, PD Dr. S. Gurevich, B. Lennartz (all InterKI), Dr. D. Feistauer (Uni MS), and F. Nuxoll (Uni Tübingen).

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Where: PharmaCampus, Corrensstraße 48, seminar room 222 (room 2b).

Who: The program of the event is aimed at all WWU scientists*, PhD students, lecturers and staff who are doing research on and with AI, would like to benefit from our teaching program, or are interested in interdisciplinary exchange and networking in the field of AI.

Registration required! Please send a short mail (including information about your institution) by August 7 latest to: cenos@uni-muenster.de.

The workshop will be held in German.

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Artificial Intelligence for Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Design

19.09.2023 - 22.09.2023

The Summer School AI4MedChem will provide an introductory course AI for interested students, phd students or post-docs in the field of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry, Life Sciences or related fields. You can find the detailed programm here.

Talk by Dr. Britta Leusing:

„KI in die hochschulische Lehre bringen — mit dem KI-Campus“

When:  Wednesday, August 23, at 11 a.m. (s.t.)

Where: Room 304 of the Institute for Theoretical Physics

Der Impulsvortrag befasst sich mit der Wissens- und Kompetenzvermittlung zu KI durch die Lernangebote des KI-Campus. Anhand von Praxisbeispielen wird insbesondere der Frage nachgegangen, wie Kurse des KI-Campus in hochschulische Lehrveranstaltungen integriert werden können. Darüber hinaus wird diskutiert, wie KI-Tools das akademische Lehren und Lernen verändern.

The talk will be given in german. Registration is not required.

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The workshop will be held in English, the panel discussion in German. Details about the program can be found here.

The workshop is jointly organized by the Center for Philosophy of Science, InterKIWWU and the SFB "Intelligent Matter". Registration is not required.


The target group of the event were students and PhD students of the WWU and scientists interested in business start-ups from research - even without prior knowledge in Machine Learning!

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Public Lecture

The event was co-organized by the Center for the Philosophy of Science and Center for Nonlinear Science. It was aimed at all WWU students, lecturers and staff, as well as the general public interested in AI.


InterKI Information Event

The event was addressed to all interested students, lecturers and scientists of the WWU. The project coordinator Dr. Oliver Kamps presented InterKIWWU and the associated teaching program in a talk in lecture hall S10 in the castle and answered questions about the project.

The presentation was recorded and will be made available after the event (information forthcoming).

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Girls' Day

As part of Girls' Day 2023, Dr. Oliver Kamps gave a talk on Nonlinear Dynamics, Complex Systems and Artificial Intelligence to interested female pupils. Many thanks to our colleagues from MExLab for the organizational support!

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InterKI Kick-off Symposium

The event was aimed at interested lecturers, staff, doctoral candidates and advanced students. Here you find the schedule.