Sabina Jeschke

Prof. Dr. Sabina Jeschke

Director of the Center for Quantum Computing Driven AI

Department Electrical Engineering
Chair of Electrical Smart City Systems

About Me

Sabina Jeschke studied physics, mathematics and computer science at the Technical University of Berlin.
In 2004, she received her PhD in computer science with honors.

Research interests include robotics and automation technology (heterogeneous and cooperative robotics, web services in robotics), transportation and mobility (autonomous and semi-autonomous transportation systems, international logistics, car2car & car2X), Internet of Things and “cyber-physical systems” (Industrie 4. 0, semantic web services), artificial intelligence (data integration and data mining, multi-agent systems, cognitive computing), human-machine interaction (virtual and remote labs, smart exercise environments), high performance and quantum computing (quantum machine learning, hybrid quantum computing, sustainability, energy efficiency), 5G & 6G (autonomous driving, robotics, extended reality), innovation research, agile organizational development (demographic change, jobs of the future) and knowledge and information management.

Sabina Jeschke is a visionary thought leader and advocate of tech leadership “Made in Germany and Europe”.

Professional career

Since 2021 Co-Founder und CTO
Quantagonia GmbH
Since 2021 chairwoman of the managing board
KI Park e.V.
Since 2021 Chief Executive Officer
Arctic Brains AB
Since 2021 Senior Advisor with focus on technology consulting
Deloitte GmbH
Since 2020 Honorary Professor
Faculty of Economics and Management at TU Berlin
Since 2020 Member of the Board
German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce
2017-2021 Member of the Board
Deutsche Bahn AG
Since 2017 Honorary Professor
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University
Since 2017 Visiting Professor
Volvo Cars, Torslanda/Göteborg
2009-2017 Professor and Director of the Cybernetics Lab IMA/ZLW
RWTH Aachen
2007-2009 Professorship at the Institute for IT Service Technologies
Director of the Computing Center (RUS)

University of Stuttgart
2006-2007 Junior Professor for New Media in Mathematics and Natural Sciences
TU Berlin


  • 2014: “Germany’s Digital Minds” from the German Informatics Society.
  • 2015: Gold Nikola Tesla Medal from the International Society for Engineering Education (IGIP) for her contributions to modern engineering education.