The Cyber Valley Executive Board (CVEB) takes decisions on ongoing matters such as joint scientific interests, cooperation between partners, and Cyber Valley operations. It comprises three members who are elected by the Cyber Valley Plenary Assembly (CVPA): a representative of the Max Planck Society, a representative of the state of Baden-Württemberg and the universities, and an industry representative.
Director of the Perceiving Systems Department at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Chair for the Methods of Machine Learning at the University of Tübingen
President of the Corporate Sector Research and Advanced Engineering, Robert Bosch GmbH
The Cyber Valley Plenary Assembly (CPVA) takes decisions concerning the basic and superordinate matters and strategic interests of the Cyber Valley. It consists of the following voting-entitled members:
- 1/3 of the votes: State of Baden-Württemberg, represented by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, and the Universities of Tübingen and Stuttgart
- 1/3 of the votes: Max Planck Society
- 1/3 of the votes: Industry core partners
The members of the Cyber Valley Plenary Assembly are representatives nominated by the partners who represent the votes of the partners (the number of members is not necessarily equal to the number of votes).
State of Baden-Württemberg, represented by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, and the Universities of Tübingen and Stuttgart:
- Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of Baden-Württemberg: N.N.
- University of Stuttgart: Frank Allgöwer, Steffen Staab
- University of Tübingen: Bernd Engler, Philipp Hennig
Max Planck Society:
- Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems: Michael Black, Katherine Kuchenbecker, Metin Sitti, Bernhard Schölkopf
Industry core partners:
- Amazon: Michael Hirsch
- BMW Group: Thomas Stauner
- Mercedes-Benz Group AG: N.N.
- IAV GmbH: Alexander Joos
- Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG: Joachim Deisinger
- Robert Bosch GmbH: Thomas Kropf
- ZF Friedrichshafen AG: Manuel Götz