7.6.2023 Firmen des Fördervereins stellen sich vor
Wann: Mittwoch, 7.6.2023, 15:00 – 16:45 Uhr
Wo: Foyer des Zusebau
Ziel: Kontakte zu zukünftigen Praktikant*innen bzw. Mitarbeiter*innen knüpfen
- e.sigmaTechnology GmbH,Ilmenau:integrierteTrainingslösungenfür Ausbildungssimulation
- EasternGraphics, Ilmenau: Planung und Visualisierung interaktiver Gebäudemodelle
- Fraunhofer IOSB-AST, Ilmenau: Technologien für komplexe Systeme
WeitereInformationenfinden Sie aufder Homepagedes FördervereinsderFakultät.
16.5.2023 Einladung zur wissenschaftlichen Aussprache im Promotionsverfahren von Herrn M. Sc. Asad Khan
Die wissenschaftliche Aussprache (öffentlicher Teil) im Promotionsverfahren von Herrn M. Sc. Asad Khan findet am Dienstag, 08. August 2023, 14:00 Uhr im Bionikgebäude, Raum 1130 statt. Desweiteren besteht die Möglichkeit, an der wissenschaftlichen Aussprache per WebEx-Meeting teilzunehmen.
Herr Khan hat eine Dissertation zum Thema „Modeling and measuring the effects of individually optimized multi-channel transcranial directcurrent stimulation on the human brain” vorgelegt.
05.05.2023 Faculty Colloquium: Lecture by Dr. Fateme Bakhshande
As part of the faculty colloquium, we look forward to the lecture by Dr.Fateme Bakhshande from the University of Duisburg-Essen.All interested are cordially invited.
Time + place: May 12, 2023, 1:00 p.m., Zusebau room 4005
Topic: “Observer-Based, Robust Nonlinear Control design”
Since observers can estimate the internal system states, they play an important role in the field of control and monitoring of dynamic systems. Besides the estimation of system states, some observers are able to estimate unknown inputs affecting the system dynamics such as disturbance forces or torques. These features are helpful for supervision and fault diagnosis by monitoring the sensors and system components or for advanced control purposes by realising observer-based control.
Among the state and disturbance observers, a proportional-integral observer (PIO) is highly appreciated because of its simple structure and design procedure. Furthermore, using sufficiently high-gain PIO, a robust estimate of system states and unknown inputs can be achieved. This presentation focuses on the development and improvement of the high-gain PIO as well as using this observer in combination with well-known robust control approaches for application to nonlinear systems.
02.05.2023 Invitation to the scientific discussion in the doctoral procedure of Mr. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Steffen Schulz
The scientific discussion (public part) in the doctoral procedure of Mr. Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Steffen Schulz will take place on Monday, June 05, 2023, 1:00 p.m. in the K+B building, room 004 and via WebEx meeting.
Mr. Schulz has presented a dissertation on the topic "Multivariate assessment of linear and non-linear causal coupling pathways within the central-autonomic-network in patients suffering from schizophrenia".
02.05.2023 Invitation to the scientific discussion in the doctoral procedure of Mr. M.Sc. Steffen Kläbe
The scientific discussion (public part) in the doctoral procedure of Mr. M.Sc.Steffen Kläbe will take place on Friday, May 5th, 2023, 2:00 p.m. in the Zusebau, room Z 4005 or via WebEx meeting.
Mr. Kläbe has presented a dissertation on "Modern Data Analytics in the Cloud Era".
03.04.2023 Welcome to the Faculty of Computer Science and Automation!
Since April 2023 there has been a new chair in "Medical Informatics" headed by Prof. Dr.-Ing.Sylvia Saalfeld at the Institute for Practical Informatics and Media Informatics.
Prof. Saalfeld headed the Computational Medicine research group at the STIMULATE research campus at the Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg, after completing her doctorate and habilitation there.Her research activities include medical image analysis and computer-assisted therapy support for numerous neurovascular, oncological and interventional issues.In particular for cerebrovascular pathologies such as intravascular aneurysms or arteriovenous malformations, not only image-based approaches could be developed, but also deep learning techniques for 3D models (geometric deep learning), which were previously extracted from the medical image data.This allows complex blood flow simulations to be combined and simplified with deep learning networks.This work was the basis for two DFG applications, whereby the second part of the active DFG SPP 2311 is "Robust coupling of continuum biomechanical in silico models for active biological systems as a preliminary stage of clinical applications - co-design of modelling, numerics and usability".Further research areas are the processing and co-registration of multimodal data sets, which include data from everyday clinical practice such as CT, MRT or 3D DSA as well as experimental data, histology or vessel wall imaging, as well as interactive visual analysis and immersive virtual reality applications,which can be used for the education and training of interventional doctors.
06.02.2023 Welcome to the Faculty of Computer Science and Automation!
Prof. Dr. Boris Koldehofe has been appointed as the new head of the Distributed Systems and Operating Systems group at the Institute for Practical Computer Science and Media Informatics since February 2023.
Prof. Koldehofe studied Computer Science at Universität des Saarlandes, obtained his Ph.D. from Chalmers Tekniska Högskola, and the habilitation from TU Darmstadt. He has gathered experience in research and higher education at several national and international institutions such as the EPFL, the Universities of Stuttgart and Heidelberg, and most recently, as a Full Professor at the University of Groningen. He is still affiliated with the DFG Collaborative Research Center 1053 MAKI at the TU Darmstadt. His research interests in distributed and operating systems deal with the fundamentals of adaptive and distributed computing systems and their application-oriented evaluation concerning performance, reliability, and security. Particular emphasis is currently research in the direction of so-called in-network computing on understanding how to integrate programmable communication systems to accelerate IoT-related applications such as large-scale data stream processing and analytics and to operate them more energy-efficiently. Recently, Prof. Koldehofe has started research on integrating new computational models and memory technologies, such as memristors, to accomplish more energy-efficient distributed computing systems.
Cooperation between the TU Ilmenau and the University of Canterbury, New Zealand
The Department of Systems and Software Engineering is strengthening its international collaboration with the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand).Within this framework, experiences in the field of model-driven software development in research and teaching are to be exchanged.One goal is a new English-language course on the subject of model-driven software development for the SSE subject, which is already offered for the German-language courses at the TU Ilmenau and also exists on the same topic at the University of Canterbury.For this purpose, Ralph Maschotta received a scholarship for a stay at the University of Canterbury in the summer of 2023 as part of the Visiting Erskine Fellowship Program.