Scientific : Artikel der Kategorie "Scientific Featured"

Connected Mobility @ ZOLLHOF

Im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung Vernetzte Mobilität und autonomes Fahren haben die Studenten am 24.01.2019 an einem Workshop am Zollhof in Nürnberg teilgenommen. Nach einer regulären Vorlesung in den Räumlichkeiten mit Gründeratmosphäre konnten die Studenten in vier Gruppen eigene Ideen im Bereich der vernetzten Mobilität ausarbeiten. Dabei waren nicht nur technische Möglichkeiten relevant, sondern auch unternehmerische und interdisziplinäre Aspekte. In drei Themenbereichen (sicherheitskritische... Weiterlesen


Three contributions at the WSC 2018

At the recent Winter Simulation Conference 2018 in Gothenburg (Schweden) CS7 published three contributions. Dr. Anatoli Djanatliev was a part of the track-coordination and program committee and presented a panel paper focusing on hybrid simulation. Dr. Peter Bazan published a paper about a mobility system model, and Dr. David Steber was talking about energy simulation and optimization. The Winter Simulation Conference is one of the... Weiterlesen


Siemens Master Prizes for our Research Assistants

Our research assistants and PhD students Anna Arestova, Wojciech Baron and Alexander Brummer (already in July 2018) have received the Siemens Master Prize as part of the graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Engineering. The prize is awarded to excellent Bachelor and Master graduates in the degree program of information and communication technology (ICT). Weiterlesen


Paper Presentation at IEEE VNC 2018

Alexander Brummer presented the results of his paper "Measurement-Based Evaluation of Environmental Diffraction Modeling for 3D Vehicle-to-X Simulation" at this year's IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC) in Taipei, Taiwan. The conference (this time in its 10th edition) is one of the main scientific events in the field of V2X communications. Weiterlesen


Simulation-based evaluation of Quality of Service for 5G network mobility

The networking of vehicles with other road users or the infrastructure (Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X)) is one of the key technologies for autonomous driving and smart cities. The next generation of mobile communications (5G), which is going to be launched in 2020, takes into account use cases and criteria for V2X communication from the very beginning and is a key technology for autonomous driving. Foreseen autonomous driving functions need to be able to execute safety-critical applications and inf... Weiterlesen


Three finished PhDs in two weeks!

Congratulations to our external PhD candidate Christina Stadler and our research assistants Vitali Schneider and David Steber: All three successfully defended their dissertations in the past two weeks! Their dissertations are titled:

  • Christina Stadler: Ein effizientes Metamodell des Car2Car Kommunikationsaufkommens abhängig von der Umgebungstopologie
  • Vitali Schneider: Stadardbasiertes Framework für die Testgetriebene Agile Simulation
  • David Steber: Integratio... Weiterlesen


Lecture at the Collegium Alexandrinum: Blockchain 2.0 and applications in decentralized energy supply

Staff member Jonas Schlund gave a lecture at the Collegium Alexandrinum on Blockchain 2.0 and applications in decentralized energy supply. The Collegium Alexandrinum informs the public inside and outside the university through events with reports from research and teaching at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen - Nuremberg. All lectures of the lecture block New IT Technologies are freely available in the Weiterlesen


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