The EASE research activities are structured into three research areas:
- Research Area: Descriptive models of human everyday activities
- Research Area: Principles of information processing for everyday activities
- Research Area: Generative models for mastering everyday activity and their embodiment
The progress of the EASE project is documented in integrated experiments, the form of longterm in particular:
Research projects financed through other funding sources that substantially contribute towards the EASE research agenda include:
- RoPHa is a BMBF funded project that develops robotic agents accomplishing simple meal preparation with a focus on easy interaction between robots and asserted people.
- Robosherlock is a project funded by the German Science Foundation DFG that investigates task-directed and knowledge-enabled perception framework for manipulation tasks.
- Refills is a H2020 project investigating a particular everyday activity: the replenishment of shelves in supermarkets.
- smile is a cooperative project that aims at encouraging and motivating girls to choose careers in MINT-related topics.