Published on Thu, 16 May 2019
At the annual edaWorkshop in Dresden from 14-16 May, Heinrich Meyr was awarded the 2019 EDA medal in honour of his achievements in research, development, promotion and application in the field of Electronic Design Automation (EDA). The edacentrum honors Prof. Meyr's outstanding commitment to the promotion of EDA during his more than 40 years' experience of work in industry, research and education.
Read more … EDA Medal 2019 Awarded to Professor Heinrich Meyr
Published on Tue, 14 May 2019
Am 19. und 20. Juni feiern wir fünf Jahrzehnte Lehre und Forschung in einem Fachgebiet, welches selbst kaum älterist. Kein Wissenschaftsgebiet entwickelt sich so rasant wie die Informatik, kein Studium ist so anspruchsvoll, vielfältigund so voller Perspektiven. Unser Umfeld wird digital aufgerüstet, unsere Umgebung zur Projektionsfläche, auf der Computer Informationen einblenden. Ob nun autonom fahrende Autos oder Brillen, die Entfernungen, Abfahrtzeitenund mehr anzeigen – für den zukünftigen Alltag werden dringend Entwickler und Konstrukteure benötigt.
Read more … Festakt 50 Jahre Informatik-Ausbildung in Dresden
Published on Thu, 09 May 2019
The lecture series Selected Topics on Charge Carrier Transport in Organic Semiconductors starts with lecturers from TU Dresden and the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW Dresden). Frank Ortmann (cfaed) presented an introduction to Transport in Organic Semiconductors from a theoretical point of view. The aim of this course is to combine the experience of various experts from Dresden in this field and to pass the knowledge on to students and doctoral students.
Published on Thu, 09 May 2019
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Physicists from the Research Cluster Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) of the TU Dresden, together with researchers from Spain, Belgium and Germany, were able to show in a study how electrons behave in their injection into organic semiconductor films. Simulations and experiments clearly identified different transport regimes. The study was published now in Nature Communications.
Read more … Marcus Regime in Organic Devices: Interfacial Charge Transfer Mechanism Verified
Published on Thu, 02 May 2019
Researchers from the Networked Embedded Systems Lab of the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) at TU Dresden, the Max Planck and Cyber Valley Research Group on Intelligent Control Systems at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems Stuttgart/Tübingen, and the Computer Engineering and Networks Lab at ETH Zurich have demonstrated for the first time fast feedback control over dynamic wireless multi-hop networks with provable stability guarantees.
For their work the team received the Best Paper Award of the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS), which is the premier publishing venue in the area of cyberphysical systems. The researchers also ran a live demo of their system at CPS-IoT Week with multiple inverted pendulums representing physical systems and 20 embedded devices placed throughout the demo area. For this, they received the Best Demo Award of the prestigious ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN).
Read more … Two Prestigious Awards for Breakthrough in Feedback Control over Wireless Networks
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