Prof. Dr.-Ing. Reinhard German


Projects

Current Projects

Transparent Multichannel IPv6

In this project the advantages of multiple heterogeneous communication links, e.g. satellite and terrestrial communication, are combined.

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Multi Battery Systems – Hybrid and New Storage Simulation Tool

The project in cooperation with the Siemens AG addresses the modeling of various electrochemical battery technologies. In the process, we examine well-established battery types as well as systems of the post-lithium generation.

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Power System Analysis – KOSiNeK

The objective of this project is to extend an existing holistic system-oriented modeling approach for the German electrical power system to give statements about the future development of the German power system within the European context.

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A⁵: Development Method for Driver Assistance Systems based on a Domain-Specific Language

Development of a textual domain-specific language for the system specification of modern driver assistance systems in the automotive domain with automatic generation of further artifacts.

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Formal verification and validation of test methods for complex vehicle safety systems in virtual environments

Integral safety functions provide a significant contribution to the protection of occupants and other road users. It is a framework be created, that verifies and validates test methods for complex vehicle safety systems in virtual environments.

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Smart Grid Services

In this project we investigate communication-enabled applications within smart grid.

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SkyNet

Flying Ad-Hoc Network (FANET) for exchanging information amongst foot-launched gliders.

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Energy System Analysis

The phase-out of nuclear power is connected with great challenges for the energy system of the German federal state Bavaria. In this project a hybrid simulation model for the energy transition in Bavaria is developed.

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Model support in design, test, and monitoring of image system architectures

In this project we develop the model-based approach for the efficient design of image processing applications. Our approach aims to help the designer to define the right system architecture in the first phases of a project's life-cycle.

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Veins – Vehicles in Network Simulation

Veins, our widespread simulation tool for vehicular networks couples network with traffic simulation and, by employing realistic network models, allows for the detailed investigation of vehicular communication.

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Smart Grid Solar

The dimensioning and subsequent operation of residential areas with photovoltaic systems and battery storage have to be evaluated and optimized. The optimization and simulation models are created with our simulation kit i7-AnyEnergy.

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Hybrid Simulation of Smart Energy Systems

The technical and economic impact of renewable energy in systems with producers, consumers, networks, and storage is explored. With our simulation kit i7-AnyEnergy, hybrid simulation models of such networked energy systems can be created.

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Concurrency in timed usage models for system testing in the automotive domain

Statistical testing with usage models represents a model-based testing approach that allows to test complex systems. The goal of the project is to enhance this method so that concurrent aspects of the sytem under test (SUT) are supported.

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Privacy in Vehicular Networks

Permanent data transmission in vehicular networks pose a risk when it comes to the preservation of privacy of drivers. This project focuses on approaches and their evaluation to protect drivers' privacy.

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ProHTA: Prospective Assessment of Healthcare Technologies

Innovative health technology is in great demand and offers high potentials for all involved stake-holders (e.g. patients). ProHTA is an approach that uses simulation to indicate the effects of new technologies early before the design and development.

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Network Calculus and Optimization

Network Calculus is a system theoretic approach for deterministic performance evaluation and allows to determine bound for end-to-end delays, buffer space and outgoing traffic.

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Concluded Projects