Partner: Dresden University of Technology

Dresden University of Technology

Dresden University of Technology
Department of Computer Science
Institut für Angewandte Informatik
Mommsenstr. 13
D-01062 Dresden

Contact Person: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Klaus Kabitzsch

Dresden University of Technology (TUD) is one of the oldest and largest technical universities in Germany and member of the “T9 Board” (group of the 9 leading Technical Universities in Germany). It is a full-scale university with 14 faculties, with 35.000 students, over 4500 employees and about 600 professors. TUD will be represented in the project by the Institute of Applied Computed Science (IAI), Chair for Technical Information Systems. The Chair of Technical Information Systems (Prof. Kabitzsch) has 30 researchers (24 of them funded by 3rd party projects). Research topics are manufacturing and control (semiconductor), diagnosis (monitoring and error detection, test), real time analytics (quality of manufacturing process and products, predictive maintenance), remote maintenance (teleservice, troubleshooting), design and integration of component based, distributed software systems, sensor-actuator-networks, fieldbuses, facility management. The chair also takes part in three projects in the German Cutting Edge Cluster CoolSilicon and is part of the “ADiWa - Alliance Digital Product Flow” founded by the BMBF “ICT 2020” program.
Associated Partnership Motivation: TUD wants to extend their competences in model-based, automated design, and wireless embedded systems and wants to see it applied in industry on European level.
Related Competences: TUD has comprehensive experience in building automation, wireless embedded systems, model-based design, as well as test and diagnosis. TUD is well established in related research communities like IEEE BACM, VDI WG Ambient Assisted Living, LonMark Germany, and holds lead conferences like IEEE WFCS 2008, IFAC FET 2012. TUD works in national and international standardisation groups like VDE 3813, IAI Germany (IFC), CEN TC247 WG4, and ISO TC 205.