Research

The category for research related items.

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

 

Talk and Award at EnInnov 2016

David Steber, research assistant and graduate student at Computer Science 7, recieved the Young-Author-Award for his talk "SWARM – Provision of Frequency Conainment Reserve with distributed Battery Storage Sytems in Households“. Weiterlesen

 

Final steps of project e-NUE

The project e-NUE is now almost successfully completed. The objects of study of the second wave (AUDI A3 e-tron) have been already returned to the AUDI AG in September 2015. In the subsequent data analysis period, all developed computer models were successfully validated with regard to the behaviour of the real-world vehicles. At this moment, all relevant scientific results are subject to documentation. We want to express our thanks for three years of intensive and productive cooperation togethe... Weiterlesen

 

Presentation at Hannover Messe 2015 on 2015/04/15

As a leading energy research cooperation in Bavaria, the Energy Campus Nuremberg (EnCN) presents its activities in the field of energy research at the Hannover Messe (Hall 2, Stand A52 at the stand of Bayern Innovativ) to the visitors. The chair of computer science 7 is a part of the simulation group within the EnCN and involved in various research projects. On Wednesday (2015/04/15) representatives of Computer Sciencce 7 will present the research areas in the field of , Hybrid Simulation of ... Weiterlesen

 

14. GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespraech “Sensornetze”, September 23.-24.

The 14th GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch "Sensornetze" is taking place at the Friedrich-Alexander-University (FAU) in Erlangen. For more information, see HERE. Weiterlesen

 

KIT-Vortrag: “Techno-ökonomische Analsysen des zukünftigen Energiesystems”

Vortraege_KIT_26.01.2015 Zeit: Montag, 26. Januar 2015, 16:15 - 18:15 Uhr Ort: EnCN, "Auf AEG", Fürther Str. 250, Forum 2. OG, 90429 Nürnberg Infos und Anmeldung: Reinhard.German@fau.de Weiterlesen

 

Project e-NUE: Handover of 2nd wave of vehicles

In the project e-NUE the second wave of electric vehicles will be handed over on 27 September 2014. 6 Audi A3 e-tron cars will be used in a field trial to test electric cars in commercial fleets.

http://www.elektromobilitaet-verbindet.de/projekt-e-tron-e-nue-startet-in-phase-2.html

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Teaching

The category for teaching related items.

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 28. März 2017, Christian Meyer

Testmanagement-Anwendung zur zentralisierten Testergebnisverarbeitung   RESERVIERT Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 7. Februar 2017: kein Termin möglich!

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Kolloquiumsvortrag: 31. Januar 2017, Dominic Stellwag

USB-PPS: Messung der Interruptlatenz über USB Ein PPS (Puls-Per-Second)-Signal ist ein hochpräzises Signal mit einer Frequenz von exakt einem Hertz. Computer-Systeme können dieses Signal aufnehmen und damit ihre eigne Uhr durch dieses externe Zeitsignal disziplinieren. Die Aufnahme erfolgt traditionell über eine serielle, parallele oder GPIO Schnittstelle, moderne Computer besitzen allerdings zunehmend ausschließlich eine USB Schnittstelle. Die einfache Übermittlung des PPS-Signals über USB bri... Weiterlesen

 

SaM1: Java introduction on 10. November

During the supervised computer hours on Thursday 10. November a brief introduction to the Java programming language will be given. This introduction is addressed to the students without any Java programming skills. Weiterlesen

 

Kolloqiuumsvortrag, 19. April: Raed Kassem

Title: Simulation-Based Performance Analysis of Communication-Enabled Smart Grid Applications Abstract: Conservation Voltage Reduction, or CVR, is an important technology for saving energy. It aims to reduce the electricity consumption by lowering the service voltage to the lowest possible values. lowering the voltage must be done in a controlled manner in order to guarantee acceptable voltage at all customers along the distribution feeder and under all load conditions. The main goal of... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 19. April, reserviert (Awad)

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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

 

PhD Defense David Eckhoff

Equipping vehicles with communication technology is a promising approach to increase both safety and the efficiency of tomorrow’s road traffic. However, without proper privacy protection, such a communication system can be exploited to compromise drivers’ location privacy or to install fully automated overbearing traffic surveillance. In order to deploy effective Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs), it is not only important to understand the concrete privacy risks that go along with veh... Weiterlesen

 

Kolloquiumsvortrag: 01. März 2016, Promotion Eckhoff reserviert

Raum 04.137 Weiterlesen

 
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