Research Projects

We are currently working on the following projects:




SELIS is aimed at delivering a ‘platform for pan-European logistics applications’ by:  Embracing a wide spectrum of logistics perspectives and creating a unifying operational and strategic business innovation agenda for pan European Green Logistics. Establishing an exceptionally strong consortium of logistics stakeholders and ICT providers, that can leverage EU IP from over 40 projects so as to create proof of concept Common Communication and navigation platforms for pan-European logistics applications deployed in 8 living labs representing the principal logistics communities. Establishing a research and innovation environment using the living labs to provide data than can be used for discovery of new insights that will enable continuous value creation supporting the large scale adoption of SELIS. Read more


The Secure Enclaves for REactive Cloud Applications (SERECA) project aims to remove technical impediments to secure cloud computing, and thereby encourage greater uptake of cost-effective and innovative cloud solutions in Europe.
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The Dynapsys project (Dynamic Agenda Planning SYStem) aims at improving individual trip planning capabilities for public transportation passengers and, at the same time, offers increased flexibility in handling traffic disruptions, caused by severe weather or congestion.
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The LEADS project (Large-scale Elastic Architecture for Data-as-a-Service) develops a novel cloud service model named Data-as-a-Service, atop an innovative infrastructure based on an elastic collection of geographically distributed micro-clouds.
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The ParaDIME project (Parallel Distributed Infrastructure for Minimization of Energy) targets dramatic energy savings using a heterogeneous distributed system architecture with future circuit and device characteristics that are programmed based on message passing.
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The Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfAED) is a German Cluster of Excellence. Its goal is to explore new technologies for electronic information processing which overcome the limits of today's predominant CMOS technology.
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The SREX (Secure Remote Execution) reasearch group investigates how to protect applications and data in the cloud.
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The goal of the SRT-15 research project is to build a scalable platform for connecting business applications and services. SRT-15 relies on technologies that support rapid change: cloud computing, content-based routing, and complex event processing.
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Transactional Memory (TM) provides transactions for main memory. TM is supposed to make parallel/concurrent programming a lot easier for developers. With Software Transactional Memory (STM), transactions are entirely implemented in software. We maintain open-source tools (STM runtime, static and dynamic STM compilers) for research and experimental development.
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The SIListra technology developed in the Systems Engineering research group uses arithmetic codes to recognize erroneous program executions. For detecting errors, processed data is encoded using an arithmetic code. These codes facilitate detection of errors during data storage, transport, and processing.
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AoTerra provides an innovative energy efficient heating solution. The heat comes from a cluster of computers that are used for cloud computing. This allows to use the use the injected energy twice, which is economical and ecological.
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StreamMine3G is a scalable, elastic and high performance event stream processing platform which has been carried out within the context of the STREAM and SRT-15 EU project.
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Letzte Änderung: 06.09.2016