Bachelor Presentation on 10/10/2019, 15:00

Danny Cam Hoa Tien will present his bachelor thesis on 10/10/2019, 15:00

The title is

"Checking CTL-Properties over Traces"

 

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

  

 

 

Final Project Presentation 10/10/2019, 14:15

Mr. Ashweej Rao Myerpady will present his project presentation on 10/10/2019, 14:15.

The title is

"Mining formal Properties for Artificial Neural Networks"

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited

 

Project Presentation on 10/10/2019, 13:30

Mrs. Rajsannu Reddy will present her project presentation on 10/10/2019, 13:30.

The title is

"Embedded Device Test Automation using Linaro Automated Validation Architecture"

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited

 

Gastvortrag von Herrn Joachim Spiecker am 25.06.2019, 11.30 Uhr

Im Rahmen der Vorlesung "Design of Dependable Systems" findet am 25.6. von 11:30 Uhr bis 13 Uhr ein Gastvortrag statt. Der Vortrag von Herrn Joachim Spiecker, ArianeGroup GmbH, Bremen, mit dem Titel

The ARIANE5 Civil Launcher: Safe and Reliable - and how?

findet in Raum A0.01, Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 1, 21073 Hamburg, statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich eingeladen

Abstract

Today the ARIANE5 commercial launch vehicle is one of the most performant, reliable, and safe civil launch systems on the market. To achieve and maintain these attributes there are various functional and operational design solutions implemented. This lecture gives an introduction into the launch system ARIANE5, describes its main functions and presents details of the implemented design and operational solutions for the reliability and safety of the launch system. Furthermore an outlook to the upcoming new ARIANE6 launcher (first launch planned in 2020) will be given.

Curriculum Vitae

Dipl.Ing. Joachim Spiecker is a graduated engineer in the field of automation, control and micro-electronics. He has over 20 years of experience as electrical development and systems engineer for launcher and payload avionics. Currently he is working as ARIANE5/6 production engineer and on launcher avionics research & technology topic.

Bachelor-Vortrag am 4. Juni 2019, 13.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Dustin Green seinen Abschlussvortrag halten am 04.06.2019, 13.00 Uhr.

Das Thema lautet

Erweiterung, Validierung und Charakterisierung der TACleBench Benchmark-Sammlung


Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 10.05.2019, 15:00

Tahani Alseikh wird am 10. Mai 2019, 15.00 Uhr, den Vortrag halten mit dem Titel

Modellierung der DRAM Performance: Eine Vergleichsstudie mit dem gem5 DRAM-Simulator

Der Vortrag findet in Raum 3032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt (Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 3, 21073 Hamburg, 3. Stock). Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich eingeladen

Project Presentation on 04/29/2019, 10:00

Mr. Ozan Gungor will present his project presentation on 04/29/2019, 10:00.

The title is

Correction Algorithm of LiDAR Data for an Autonomous Formula Vehicle

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited

Master-Vortrag am 09.04.2019, 13.30 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Master-Arbeit wird Herr Daniel Jährig seinen Vortrag halten, und zwar am 09.04.2019, 13.30 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Modeling and Performance Analysis of Shared-memory Multi-core Architectures

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum E 3.032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

Project Midterm Presentation on 02/04/2019, 10:00

Mr. Ozan Gungor will present his project on 02/04/2019, 10:00.

The title is

Correction Algorithm of LiDAR Data for an Autonomous Formula Vehicle

 

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 28.2.2019, 11.00 Uhr Uhr

Im Zuge ihrer Bachelor-Arbeit wird Frau Swantje Tanja Batke ihren Abschlussvortrag halten am 28. Februar 2019, 11.00 Uhr

Das Thema lautet

Erhaltung formaler Eigenschaften beim Training künstlicher neuronaler Netze

Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Master-Vortrag am 24.01.2019, 10.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Thilo Leon Fischer seinen Vortrag halten, und zwar am 24.01.2019, 10.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Automatic Scheduler Generation for Hard Real-Time Systems using a WCET-Aware compiler 

 

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum E 3.032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Vortrag zur Projektarbeit am 23.01.2019, 15.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Projektarbeit wird Herr Max Gandyra seinen Vortrag halten, und zwar am 23. Januar 2019, 15.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

 'Implementierung des Grover-Quantum-Algorithmus

 

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum E 3.032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 9.1.2019, 15.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Sascha Lüthje seinen Abschlussvortrag halten am 9. Januar 2019, 15.00 Uhr

Das Thema lautet

Vergleich zweier maschineller Lernverfahren fürs autonome Fahren

Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Master-Vortrag am 20.12.2018, 13.00 Uhr

Im Zuge ihrer Master-Arbeit wird Frau Qin Li Ihren Vortrag halten, und zwar am 20.12.2018, 13.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Ein Fragen-Antwort-System für das Leseverstehen

 

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum E 3.032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Master-Vortrag am 20.12.2018, 10.00 Uhr

Im Zuge ihrer Master-Arbeit wird Frau Mengyu Shi Ihren Vortrag halten, und zwar am 20.12.2018, 10.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Seekrankheitsprognose bei Schiffsbewegungen durch überwachtes maschinelles Lernen 

 

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum E 3.032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 30.11.2017, 10.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Phil Malessa seinen Vortrag halten, und zwar am 30.11.2018 um 10.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Energy Consumption of Conditional Execution in ARM Instructions

Der Vortrag findet in Raum 3032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 28.11.2018, 10.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Jan Hendrik Runge seinen Abschlussvortrag halten am 28.11.2018, 10.00 Uhr.

Das Thema lautet

Design of a Code Selector Rule Set for Type Casting for ARM Processors as a Part of a WCET-Aware Compiler         

Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Master Introductory Presentation on 11/14/2018, 10:00

Anne-Lena Kowalka will present her master project on 11/14/2018, 10:00

The title is

WCET and Codesize aware Function Specialization based on Gap Optimized Multi-Objective Optimization using Gaussian Process

 

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 12.11.2018, 10.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Matti Rohlf seinen Abschlussvortrag halten am 12.11.2018, 10.00 Uhr.

Das Thema lautet

Vergleich und Bewertung von Echtzeitbetriebssystemen auf einem Dual Core System


Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

Bachelor-Vortrag am 7.11.2018, 15.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Mostafa Assaf seinen Abschlussvortrag halten am 7.11.2018, 15.00 Uhr.

Das Thema lautet

Adversarial Machine Learning


Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 7.11.2018, 15.30 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Tom Lemsky seinen Abschlussvortrag halten am 7.11.2018, 15.30 Uhr.

Das Thema lautet

Vergleich von Verfahren zur Konvertierung von künstlichen neuronalen Netzen zur gepulsten neuronalen Netzen         

Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 30.10.2017, 17.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Felix Gerking seinen Vortrag halten, und zwar am 30.10.2018 um 17.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags wird in Kürze veröffentlicht. 

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum 2033 im Rechenzentrum. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Bachelor-Vortrag von Nils Bohnhoff am 25.10.2018, 11.30 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Nils Bohnhoff seinen Vortrag halten am 25.10.2018, 11.30 Uhr.

Das Thema lautet

Techniken zur Analyse der Robustheit von künstlichen neuronalen Netzwerken


Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

Presentation Projektarbeit on 24.10.2018, 10:00

Mrs.Marjan Haj Mohammad Ali Hidalgo will present her Projektarbeit on 10/24/2018, 10:00

The title is

CONSTRUCTION OF A ROBOTIC HAND CONTROLLED FROM AN ANDROID SMARTPHONE

 

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

 

Master-Vortrag am 10.10.2018, 10:30 Uhr

Im Zuge Ihrer Master-Arbeit wird Frau Nina Piontek ihren Abschlussvortrag halten mit dem Titel

Instruktionsscheduling für harte Multi-Core-Echtzeitsysteme mit gemeinsam genutztem Datenbus

Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

Bachelor-Vortrag am 10.10.2017, 10.00 Uhr

Im Zuge ihrer Bachelor-Arbeit wird Frau Karine Petrosyan ihren Vortrag halten, und zwar am 10.10.2018 um 10.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Quantum-Computing und der Deutsch-Jozsa Algorithmus 

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum 3032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Präsentation Projektarbeit am 25.09.2018, 14:00

 

Mrs. Anne-Lena Kowalka will present her Projektarbeit on 09/25/2018, 14:00

The title is

Multiobjective Particle Swarm Optimization applied to function specialization

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

Master-Vortrag am 21.09.2018, 10.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Master-Arbeit wird Herr Fynn Flügge seinen Vortrag halten, und zwar am 21.09.2018, 10.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Design and Implementation of a Vulkan Engine

 

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum E 3.032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Talk of Dr. Heinz Riener, EPFL, Lausanne on 18.09.2018, 16:00 Uhr

Dr. Riener from EPFL, Lausanne, will give a presentation on "Size Optimization of Majority-Inverter Graphs with an Application to QCA and STMG Technologies"

Abstract: Majority-inverter graphs (MIGs) are a logic representation with remarkable algebraic and Boolean properties that enable efficient logic optimizations beyond the capabilities of traditional logic representations. Further, since many nano-emerging technologies, such as quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) or spin torque majority gates (STMG), are inherently majority-based, MIGs serve as a natural logic representation to map into these technologies. So far, MIG optimization methods predominantly target to reduce the depth of logic networks, corresponding to low delay implementations in the respective technologies. In this work, we introduce optimization methods to reduce the size of MIGs. These methods can be applied such that the depth of the logic network is preserved; therefore size optimization has a direct effect on the physical area, without worsening the delay. Some methods are inspired by existing size optimization algorithms for non-majority-based logic networks, others make explicit use of the majority function and its properties. All methods are Boolean—in contrast to algebraic optimization methods—which has a positive effect on the quality but challenges their implementation.

Bio: Heinz Riener works as a researcher at the Integrated Systems Laboratory at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland in the group of Giovanni De Micheli. He holds a Ph.D. degree (Dr.-Ing.) in Computer Science from University of Bremen, Germany. From 2015 to 2017 he worked at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Bremen, Germany, in the group of Avionics Systems. From 2011 to 2015 he worked at the University of Bremen, Germany, in the group of Reliable Embedded Systems. His research interests are formal methods for computer-aided design and verification of hardware and software systems.

Vortrag/Zwischenbericht zur Bachelor-Arbeit von Matti Rohlf am 17.9.2018, 14.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Matti Rohlf einen Zwischenvortrag halten.

Das Thema lautet

Vergleich und Bewertung von Echtzeitbetriebssystemen auf einem Dual Core System

Der Vortrag findet in Raum E 3.032 des Instituts für Eingebettete Systeme statt. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Bachelor-Vortrag am 11.10.2018, 9.00 Uhr

Im Zuge seiner Bachelor-Arbeit wird Herr Fyn Wibberenz seinen Vortrag halten, und zwar am 11.10.2018, 9.00 Uhr.

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

Echtzeitverhalten von Neuronalen Netzen auf spezialisierter Hardware

Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum E 3.032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

Student Presentation on 30.08.2018, 10:00

Emilie Ditte, visiting student from Ecole d'Ingenieurs Denis Diderot, Paris, will give a presentation about her work on 30.08.2018 at 10.00 AM.

Her presentation is entitled

Embedded Implementation of DNNs Using the Neural Compute Stick NCS

The presentation will take place in room 3032 of the Institute of Embedded Systems. All interested people are kindly invited.

 

 

Das Sekretariat ist am 03. und 04. September nicht besetzt.

Wegen Urlaub ist das Sekretariat am Montag und Dienstag nicht besetzt.

Wir bitten um Verständnis. 

 

 

Präsentation des Seminarvortrags 11.07.2018, 16 Uhr

Frau Karine Petrosyan wird ihren Seminarvortrag präsentieren am 11.07.2018, 16:00 Uhr. 

Der Titel des Vortrags lautet:

 

Einführung in das Quanten-Computing aus algorithmischer Sicht


Der Vortrag findet statt in Raum 3032 im Institut für Eingebettete Systeme. Interessierte Studierende und Mitarbeiter sind herzlich willkommen.

 

 

Das Sekretariat ist nicht besetzt vom 20.06. bis 03.07.2018.

Wegen Urlaub ist das Sekretariat vom 20.06. bis 03.07.2018 nicht besetzt. 

Wir bitten um Verständnis.

Presentation Master Thesis on 06/22/2018, 10:00

Mrs. Prerna Medhi will present her master thesis on 06/22/2018, 10:00.

 The title is

  
Comparion of measurement platforms for Instruction-Level Energy Consumption for an ARM Processor

 

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

 

Inaugural Lecture of Prof. G. Fey

The institute of embedded systems is happy to announce that

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Görschwin Fey

will give his inaugural lecture on February 14th, 2018, 16:15, in room A 0.13.1/2. The topic of Prof. Fey's lecture will be

Design Automation for Embedded Systems

 

 

Student Assistant Jobs for Modelling and Optimization of Embedded Systems' Energy Consumption

The Embedded Systems Design Group of the Institute of Embedded Systems looks for Bachelor- or Master-level student assistants in the field of "Modelling and Optimization of Energy Consumption". More detailed information about these vacant positions can be found here.
 

PhD Position on Time, Energy and Security Analysis for Multi/Many-Core Heterogeneous Platforms

The Embedded Systems Design Group of the Institute of Embedded Systems invites for applications for a PhD position on "Time, Energy and Security Analysis for Multi/Many-Core Heterogeneous Platforms". More detailed information about the vacant position and a link to the official job advertisement can be found here.
 

PhD Position on Multi-Criterial Code Optimization for Embedded Hard Real-Time Systems

The Embedded Systems Design Group of the Institute of Embedded Systems invites for applications for a PhD position on "Multi-Criterial Code Optimization for Embedded Hard Real-Time systems". More detailed information about the vacant position and a link to the official job advertisement can be found here.
 

Prof. G. Fey establishes new working group "Computer Engineering"

The institute of embedded systems is happy to announce that

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Görschwin Fey

has joined the institute by September 1st, 2017. Prof. Fey is a well-renowned expert in electronic design automation and formal verification and has a strong background in the aerospace domain. His future teaching activities will center around his research activities and will also build a bridge between computer science and mechanical engineering.

The whole institute wishes Prof. Fey and his young "Computer Engineering" working group a very warm welcome!
 

Talk of Dr. Sebastian Voss on Usable Design Space Exploration

Dr. Sebastian Voss from Fortiss GmbH will give a presentation on

Usable Design Space Exploration

on Tuesday October 24th, 2017 at 10:00 AM. The presentation will be held in room E 3.032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

Abstract:

In order to cope with the rising complexity of today’s systems, model-based development of software-intensive embedded systems has become a de-facto standard in recent years. Such a development approach enables a variety of front-loading methods. Design space exploration is one of those techniques. However, in order to properly perform a valid exploration, a system model has to have a certain quality. This requires dedicated, meaningful models as an input according to well-known design principles, which entails the structuring of models according to different viewpoints and usage of dedicated models for each of these viewpoints.

Based on these model, design space exploration methods are presented than can be efficiently applied enabling the synthesis of deployments / mappings from a logical (platform-independent) models to technical (platform-specific) system models. The applicability of this approach is illustrated by a project conducted with Continental.

Dr. Sebastian Voss is heading the Model-based Systems Engineering department and the research group Design Space Exploration group at fortiss. He has done his PhD in the avionic context at Airbus in the department Sensors, Electronics & Systems Integration. Previously, we worked one year for Daimler research & development. Sebastian has a lectureship at TUM in software engineering, especially modelling of dependable systems. His research interests include techniques and tools for the professional development of software-intensive systems, efficient design space exploration methods and their model-based (tool) development in AutoFOCUS3.
 

ATTENTION NEW DATE !!! Presentation Projektarbeit on 11/27/2017, 10:00

Mrs. Shilpa N. Nayak will present her Projektarbeit on 11/27/2017, 10:00

The title is

Design and realization of a measurement platform for instruction-level energy consumption for an ARM processor

Abstract

A major category of the embedded systems today consist of mobile devices that are battery operated, and the number of such devices are projected to increase dramatically over the coming years with the Internet of Things (IoT) boom. This calls for highly energy ecient processing. The power consumption of a processor is signi cantly dependent on the software running on it. One way to optimize the software is to optimize the compiler, and the compiler in turn optimizes the way in which the machine instructions are executed, the memory accesses issued, i.e, compile to an 'optimized' machine code. Such an energy-consumption-based compiler optimization process requires the compiler to know the energy required by the individual instructions in the instruction set. For example, the compiler needs to know how much energy an ADD or MUL instruction consumes, how much additional energy is consumed if a MUL is executed after an ADD, or how much energy a cache hit or cache miss consumes, etc.

The goal of this project is to design, realize and evaluate a measurement platform intended for the measuring the processor's power consumption for the purpose of the creation of an energy model. Since it is practically very hard to measure energy consumption of a single machine instruction, an averaging technique will be used, relaxing the latency and sampling rate requirements. The design calls for high accuracy, low-noise measurement capability since the power consumption is expected to be very small. The layout is carefully designed employing grounding techniques to keep the noise low and reduce ground loop. In order to make the energy modelling more convenient and free from human errors during oscilloscope-measurements, transcription errors, the measured power and voltage can also be digitally obtained via a USB interface onto a computer (PC), and a digital log of the measured data can be stored. With digital acquisition of the data, the project can be further extended to enable real-time logging or graphical plotting for better visualization of the machine code behaviour.

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

 

Presentation Master Thesis on 12/05/2017, 11:00

Mr. HIMANSHU DOSHI will present his master thesis on 12/05/2017, 11:00.

 

Modelling the effects of different factors on instruction-level energy consumption for an ARM-based processor architecture

Abstract:

The influence of Embedded systems has increased significantly in the past few decades. Many of these are mobile systems, which are completely relying on batteries as a power source. Hence, such mobile systems should be highly energyefficient. With a trade-off between size and performance, researchers were able to reduce the energy consumption due to the hardware of the system. As a consequence, the optimization of energy consumption due to software has become the next hurdle. The main aim of this thesis is to obtain the factors affecting an instruction level energy consumption and model them for future optimization. Thus, this work deals with the design, realization, and evaluation of an energy model of an energy model supporting compiler optimization for
ARM Cortex-M4 processor architectures.

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

 

PhD Position on Automated Generation of Benchmark Programs

The Embedded Systems Design Group of the Institute of Embedded Systems invites for applications for a PhD position on "Automated Generation of Benchmark Programs for the Evaluation of Analyses and Optimizations for Hard Real-Time Systems". More detailed information about the vacant position and a link to the official job advertisement can be found here.

 

 

PhD Position on Multi-Criterial Code Optimization

The Embedded Systems Design Group of the Institute of Embedded Systems invites for applications for a PhD position on "Multi-Criterial Code Optimization for Embedded Hard Real-Time Systems". More detailed information about the vacant position and a link to the official job advertisement can be found here.

 

 

Tutors for Computer Engineering for WS 2017/18 / Tutoren für Technische Informatik im WS 2017/18

Our Institut is looking for tutors for teaching "Computer Engineering I".

Requirements:

  • Good final exam results in "Computer Engineering"
  • Interest in teaching, learning and in helping others.
  • Previous knowledge as tutor is beneficial but you are also very welcome without tutor experience.

For further information feel free to contact Mikko Roth, Tel. 040 42878-3861.


Wr suchen mehrere Tutoren für die Veranstaltung "Technische Informatik I".

Voraussetzungen:

  • Gute Klausurnote in der Klausur "Technische Informatik".
  • Interesse und Spaß an Lehre, Lernen und dem Helfen von Kommilitonen.
  • Vorhandene Erfahrungen als Tutor sind hilfreich, jedoch kein Muss.

Bei Interesse wendet Euch bitte an Mikko Roth, Tel. 040 42878-3861.

Vortrag zur Projektarbeit am 30.03.2017, 11.00 Uhr

Maike Monika Meier hält am 30.03.2017 um 11.00 Uhr ihren Vortrag zur Projektarbeit mit dem Titel

 

Untersuchung von Fehlerinjektionsangriffen auf FPGA-basierte 
kryptographische Implementierungen

Der Vortrag findet in unserem Besprechungsraum R 3032 (Gebäude E) statt. Interessierte sind herzlich eingeladen.

 

 

Seminar on 04/24/2017, 10:00

Prof. Mayer-Lindenberg continues the institute's seminar series on

April 24th, 10:00 AM, in our seminar room (E 3.032)

"A simple language for comlex systems"

 

Abstract
The concepts of a simple compiled language for numeric computations on standard and FPGA based processors are discussed. The language supports
difficult hardware using multiple ALU resources (soft processors) for non-standard data types and networking. It draws its simplicity from
relying on an abstract number type and keeping close to the usual mathematical syntax and semantics. It predefines the related tuple sets
and provides a concise set of tuple operations. Further data types use the same predefined tuple sets and are only distinguished by the sets of
operations they provide. Application programs statically define networks of abstract cooperating automata with untyped local memories written to
by the automaton only. The language has functional elements yet distinguishes functions from algorithms, and some OO ones for its
definitions of automata types and of particular target networks. It adds some timimg control and some control of the usage of the hardware resources.

Presentation Master Thesis on 04/12/2017, 14:00

Mr. Weber will present his master thesis on 04/12/2017, 14:00.

The title

Recent Methods Used for Unsupervised Hashing with Graphs

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

 

Student Team of TUHH Institute of Embedded Systems won First Price of the SynC Contest 2017

Dr. Selma Saidi and the student team she supervised, won the First Price in the SynC Contest 2017 competition that was held in Paris on February 2nd, 2017. Some first pictures of the event and the winning team are available here. See also TUHH on Facebook and the TUHH News Page.

Special thanks go to Claire Pagetti who helped us significantly with SCADE, the tool we used in the design and implementation of the challenge in this competition.

Best Paper Award auf der ReConFig 2016

Die Präsentation "Efficient Deep Neutral Network Acceleration through FPGA-based Batch Processing" wurde auf der diesjährigen Konferenz mit dem ReConFig 2016 Best Paper Award ausgezeichnet. 

 

Stellenausschreibung

An der Technischen Universität Hamburg ist in dem Institut für Eingebettete Systeme zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt folgende - bis zum 31.12.2019 befristete - Stelle zu besetzen

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin / Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L, Kenn-Nr.: D-16-169

Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter Stellenausschreibungen der TU Hamburg, hier: Stellenausschreibung der TUHH

 

 

Seminar on 11/18/2016, 10:00

Quentin Perret, Claire Pagettis PhD student, is coming to Hamburg next week. During his stay he will  hold a seminar on 11/18/2016, 10:00

with the title:

Mapping hard real-time applications on many-core processors

Abstract: Many-core processors are interesting candidates for the design of modern avionics computers. Indeed, the computation power offered by such platforms opens new horizons to design more demanding systems and to integrate more applications on a single target. However, they also bring challenging research topics because of their lack of predictability and their programming complexity. In this talk, we focus on the problem of mapping large applications on a complex platform such as the Kalray mppa -256 while maintaining a strong temporal isolation from co-running applications. We propose a constraint programming formulation of the mapping problem that enables an efficient parallelization and we demonstrate the ability of our approach to deal with large problems with a real world case study.

The seminar will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

 

 

Tutor gesucht

 

Für die Durchführung einer zweistündigen Übung zur Bachelor-Wahlpflicht-Vorlesung

''Datenbanken''

für Studierende von CS, IIW und TM wird ein Tutor gesucht.
Diese Veranstaltung wird von Prof. Ritter an der UHH gelesen. TU-Studierende dürfen
daran teilnehmen. Die Übung soll an der TUHH stattfinden.
Gute Grundkenntnisse in Programmierung, Logik und Diskrete Strukturen sind erforderlich.
Die Vergütung orientiert sich an den üblichen Tarifen.
Kontakt: Frau Nissen, elke.nissen(at)tuhh.de

 

 

Presentation Master Thesis on 08/02/2016

Mr. Martin Schlodinski will present his master thesis on 08/02/2016, 10:00.

 The title is

 Analysis of Methods for Reducing the Fault Injection Simulation time of Integrated Circuits with SystemC

(Untersuchung von Methoden zur Reduktion der Simulationszeit bei Fehlerinjizierung in Integrrierte Schaltungen mit SystemC)

 

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

Presentation Master Thesis (Kopie 1)

Mr. Matthias Reukauff will present his master thesis on 04/20/2016, 14:00.

The title is

Ein Gleitpunkt- und Ganzzahl-Rechenwerk für FPGAs

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

Presentation Master Thesis

Mr. Sulaiman Abboud will present his master thesis on 04/13/2016, 15:00.

The title is

Solving Lexical Substitution using Simulated Annealing

The presentation will be held in room 3032 at the Institute of Embedded Systems. Interested persons are invited.

 

Full Professorship "Technical Computer Science"

Hamburg University of Technology invites for applications for a

Full Professorship (German pay grade W3) "Technical Computer Science"

(advertisement ID P-16-01)

 

The position described here shall be occupied by April 1st, 2017. The professorship will be associated with TUHH's Institute of Embedded Systems which is part of the School of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics.

We are looking for applicants with a strong background in

  • application,
  • design,
  • research and
  • realisation

of cyber-physical systems and that have expertise in one or several application domains like, e.g.

  • mechanical engineering,
  • medical systems,
  • aerospace/avionics,
  • telecommunication

or others. Methodological research contributions in fields like, e.g.,

  • HW/SW co-design,
  • (real-time) embedded operating systems or
  • modeling techniques for safety-critical, energy-efficient, distributed or real-time capable systems

are desired.

TUHH appreciates a strong engagement of applicants in teaching. You should thus contribute to TUHH's bachelor and master curricula with strong motivation and didactic competences and should offer teaching activities both in German and English language. We expect applicants to take over mandatory courses in bachelor curricula, which includes computer science foundations for mechanical engineers. Other teaching activities from your personal research domain complete your teaching profile.

The official text of this advertisement (in German language) with additional information can be found here:

http://intranet.tuhh.de/aktuell/stellen/stelle.html?kenn_nr=P-16-01

Application deadline is April 21st, 2016. Please send your application including the usual documents under clear statement of the advertisement ID P-16-01 via surface mail to

Technische Universität Hamburg
Der Präsident
Personalreferat -PV 32/G-
21071 Hamburg

We would be happy if you could send your application documents also electronically (perferably as one single PDF file) to geschaeftsstellepv32(at)tu-harburg.hamburg.de

Seminar Presentations on HW/SW Co-Design and Optimization

The presentations for the Bachelor and Master seminars on

HW/SW Co-DesignHW/SW Co-Design and Optimization in Embedded Systems

will take place on

February 18th, 2016 at 09.00

in Room E 3.032.

Tutor for Computer Science for Mechanical Engineers II / Informatik für Maschinenbau-Ingenieure II

The Embedded Systems Design Group is looking for a tutor for teaching "Computer Science for Mechanical Engineers II".

Requirements:

  • Good final exam results in the "Computer Science for Mechanical Engineers" module.
  • Interest in teaching, learning and in helping others.
  • Previous knowledge as tutor is beneficial but you are also very welcome without tutor experience.

For further information feel free to contact Dr.-Ing. Daniel Ziener, Tel. 040 42878-2116.


Die Arbeitsgruppe Entwurf Eingebetteter Systeme sucht einen Tutor für die Veranstaltung "Informatik für Maschinenbau-Ingenieure II".

Voraussetzungen:

  • Gute Klausurnote im Modul "Informatik für Maschinenbau-Ingenieure".
  • Interesse und Spaß an Lehre, Lernen und dem Helfen von Kommilitonen.
  • Vorhandene Erfahrung als Tutor ist hilfreich, jedoch kein Muss. Es sind auch Studenten willkommen, die das Modul erst frisch absolviert haben.

Interessenten wenden sich bitte an Dr.-Ing. Daniel Ziener, Tel. 040 42878-2116.

Student Assistant Job Offer: Linux System Administration

The Embedded Systems Design Group is looking for a motivated student assistant to support the setup of a Linux workgroup server.

Requirements:

  • Experience in Linux system administration.
  • Previous knowledge the setup of the following services: LDAP, Kerberos, NFS.
  • Previous knowledge in kernel-based virtualization (KVM) is advantageous, but not mandatory.

Further information can be obtained from Heiko Falk, Tel. 040 42878-3055.

Student Assistant Job Offer: C++ Programmer for WCET-Oriented Compiler Optimizations

The Embedded Systems Design Group is looking for a motivated student assistant for programming and implementations works targeting the WCET-Aware C Compiler WCC developed at the institute.

Requirements:

  • Very good skills in the programming language C++/C++11.
  • Previous knowledge in the areas of compiler construction, the programming language C and the GNU build system (autotools) is advantageous, but not mandatory.
  • Previous knowledge in the area of real-time embedded systems is advantageous, but not mandatory.

Further information can be obtained from Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Arno Luppold, Tel. 040 42878-3477.