Research

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Successful MMB 2018 in Erlangen

The 19th International GI/ITG Conference on “Measurement, Modelling and Evaluation of Computing Systems", organized by GI/ITG Technical Committee on "Measurement, Modelling and Evaluation of Computing Systems (MMB)" and the chair Computer Science 7 (Prof. R. German) was held from February 28th to February 28th, 2018 in Erlangen. Besides the regular scientific contributions, the program included three tutorials, two workshops, and invited scientific and industrial talks. With over 80 participa... Weiterlesen

 

Doctoral candidate Jonas Schlund receives ZD.B-Fellowship

Computer Science 7 receives a prestigious grant. Staff member Jonas Schlund is now a Fellow of Centre Digitalization.Bavaria (ZD.B). By means of the Fellowships ten doctoral students with a pioneering research project in a topic relevant to digitization are funded ... Weiterlesen

 

Two accepted papers at VNC 2017

Both of our papers submitted to the IEEE Vehicular Network Conference 2017 to be held in Torino, Italy got accepted. The papers called "A Stochastic V2V LOS/NLOS Model Using Neural Networks for Hardware-In-The-Loop Testing" and "Multi-hop for GLOSA Systems: Evaluation and Results from a Field Experiment" are collaborations together with our external PhD students at AUDI Christina Stadler and Rainer Stahlmann as well as our alumnus David Eckhoff at TUMCREATE in Singapore. The conference is one of... Weiterlesen

 

MMB 2018 in Erlangen

From February 26th until February 28th, 2018 the Chair Computer Science 7 organizes the 19th International GI/ITG Conference on Measurement, Modelling and Evaluation of Computing Systems (MMB 2018). Three workshops are planned covering the topics network calculus, smart cities, and social networks. Additionally, two special sessions will be organized focusing on SDN/NFV and Dependability in the IoT and Industry 4.0. Call for Papers and further information: h... Weiterlesen

 

Successful coorperation with thyssenkrupp

The Tech-Center Control Technology of the thyssenkrupp AG assigned Computer Science 7 to analyze the optimal dispatch of a cement plant by a combined optimization and simulation model. Mainly cost reduction potentials should be determined by optimizing the cement production considering the integration of storage within the whole production process. Furthermore, a redox-flow batterie and a wind powerplant were added to the cement plant in order to determine possible cost savings by reducing the g... Weiterlesen

 

5th GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication

The chair of Computer Science 7 (Computer Networks and Communication Systems) organized the 5th GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication (FG-IVC 2017), April 6-7 2017. Under the presence of a local television channel, numerous participants from the IVC-Community were initially inspired by a very interesting impulse speech by Dr. Sigfried Balleis (former mayor of the city of Erlangen and team member of the "German Innovation Lab"). Afterwards, young researchers have presented and d... Weiterlesen

 

Open on AEG 2016

On September 11, 2016, the Energy Campus Nuremberg presented research projects and their applications at the "Open on AEG" event. The Chair of Computer Science 7 gave interested citizens an insight into the current research in the field of smart energy systems. With efficient simulation tools, energy systems are modeled from a single household to residential areas, distributed battery systems, industrial processes up to the entire electrical power supply. The efficiency potential for the use of ... Weiterlesen

 

Three papers at VNC 2016

The Chair Computer Science 7 for Computer Networks and Communication Systems is going to present three papers at this year's Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC 2016) in Columbus, Ohio. The conference is one of the most important platforms for the scientific exchange between researchers in the field of vehicular networks. The research team around David Eckhoff and Reinhard German will be presenting their work on the impact of antenna patterns on VANET simulations, a holistic approach to solve t... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 22. März, Andreas Buck

Evaluation of Adaptive Channel Access Mechanisms in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETS) are one of the most topical subjects in current transport system research. Especially for safety applications, it is of paramount importance to make perfect use of the given wireless channel capacities. Therefor mechanisms, that provide an optimal channel behavior towards the criteria of those applications are highly appreciated. In this bachelor thesis, we will have a look at t... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 15. März, Christian Estelmann, Untersuchung von kooperativen Unfallvermeidungsalgorithmen unter Berücksichtigung der Fahrzeug-zu-Fahrzeug-Kommunikation

Untersuchung von kooperativen Unfallvermeidungsalgorithmen unter Berücksichtigung der Fahrzeug-zu-Fahrzeug-Kommunikation Aktuelle Kollisionsvermeidungssysteme sind bisher darauf beschränkt, nur das eigene Fahrzeug beeinflussen zu können. Mit Hilfe der V2V-Kommunikaiton können Absprachen mit benachbarten Fahrzeugen getroffen und hierdurch der Handlungsspielraum zur Kollisionsvermeidung erweitert werden. Es ist somit möglich, dass mehrere Fahrzeuge simultan und koordiniert eine Handlung ausf... Weiterlesen

 
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Teaching

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Kolloquiumsvortrag: 3. Juli 2018, Sebastian Burkard

reserviert   Ort: Raum 04.137, Martensstr. 3, Erlangen Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 5. Juni 2018, Matthias Hofstätter

Bewegungserkennung mithilfe des H.264-Standards Eine Bewegungserkennung ist oft mit sehr viel Rechenaufwand verbunden. Das Ziel dieser Bachelorarbeit ist es daher, eine Software zu entwickeln, die in der Lage ist, ressourcenschonend Bewegungen in einem Video zu erkennen. Dazu werden bereits berechnete Daten aus einem im H.264 kodierten Stream herangezogen. Im Rahmen dieses Projekts wird auch die Arbeitsweise des H.264-Standards einer Analyse unterzogen, um so jene Eigenschaften zu identifiziere... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 22. Mai 2018, Cristian Mogildea

Evaluation of the QUIC transport layer network protocol Without any doubt, the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is one of nowadays most important and widely used internet protocols. The original RFC 793 dates back to the year 1981, and a lot of enhancements have been released since then. Besides TCP, new transport layer protocols are developed from the scratch. One of these new transport layer protocols is Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC), initially introduced by Google and currently an... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 29. Mai 2018, Marco Biagi

 Introduction to Rare Event Simulation In many practical problems, system models are too complicated to be analyzed through analytical or numerical techniques. In these cases simulation is the only available option. When dealing with rare events (events that occurs with very low probability), standard simulation techniques are not effective and specific techniques need to be developed. In this speech the general idea behind most common rare event simulation techniques is introduced, providing b... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 22. Mai 2018, Daniel Zeitler

Network Access Redundancy and Load Balancing with LISP Nowadays many scenarios require high-available internet access, for example medical and infrastructural applications. To avoid a single point of failure when using network access from only one provider, the combination of heterogeneous communication systems (e.g. terrestrial and satellite communication) is favorable. Regarding practical realization, the Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP, RFC 6830) can be used for such purposes. LISP is a... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 15. Mai 2018, Fabio Giorgi (Siemens)

"Healthineers Ecosystem Continuous Delivery Transformation" Im Vortrag wird es über die Etablierung eines Ecosystes für die Softwareentwicklung nach den Prinzipien von Continuous Delivery (CD)* gehen. Dabei wird die Migration vom klassischen Wasserfall-Entwicklungsmodell auf die agile CD-basierte Softwareentwicklungskultur (welche bereits bei Google, Amazon, Neftlix, und jetzt auch bei Siemens gelebt wird) vorgestellt. Ort: Raum 04.137, Martensstr. 3, Erlangen Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 26. Juni 2018, Felix Heinrich

RESERVIERT!   Ort: Raum 04.137, Martensstr. 3, Erlangen Weiterlesen

 

SimMod1: Inspection of the exam

The inspection of the exam will take place on Monday, April 9, 2018, between 14:00h and 16:00h in seminar room 04.137 . The results should already be available in MeinCampus. Weiterlesen

 

SimMod1: Question Time

Curse participants are invited to discuss any unanswered questions concerning contents of the course. Time: Monday, March 19, at 10:00 a.m. Location: 01.153-113 (CIP-Pool Informatik) Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 3. April 2018, Ronny Steinert

Modellierung von bidirektionalen Ladestationen für die Elektromobilität im virtuellen Kraftwerksverbund Das wachsende Umwelt- und Klimabewusstsein von Bevölkerung und Regierungen weltweit haben in den vergangenen 20 Jahren zu einem erheblichen Ausbau erneuerbarer Energiequellen geführt. Viele Gründe sprechen dafür, dass Elektromobilität zukünftig eine entscheidende Rolle für die weitere Reduktion von Treibhausgasemissionen sowie der effektiveren Nutzung von Primärenergie spielen wird. In dieser... Weiterlesen

 
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