Activities / News

Presentation of Marco Serafini at the IEEE Int'l Symp. on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS) in Beijing

The IEEE Int'l Symp. on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS) will be held in Beijing on October 10-12, 2007. The symposium is a traditional forum for researchers and practitioners who are interested in distributed systems design and development, particularly with properties such as reliability, availability, safety, security, trust and real time. GK student Marco Serafini will present the paper: "The Fail-Heterogeneous Architectural Model".

Dry-run: "Optimal Control of Multi-Vehicle-Systems Under Communication Constraints Using Mixed-Integer Linear Programming"

Christian Reinl is presenting his work "Optimal Control of Multi-Vehicle-Systems Under Communication Constraints Using Mixed-Integer Linear Programming" at ROBOCOMM next month.

He will give a dry-run of his talk on October, 5th, 8.45 in E315.

 

http://www.sim.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/edu/os/os_07_WiSe.php

Workshop on Robotics and Mathematics (RoboMat) in Portugal with presentation of Christian Reinl

The "Workshop on Robotics and Mathematics" (RoboMat 2007) takes place in Coimbra, 17-19 September 2007. Christian Reinl is publishing results on " MILP Approximations for Hybrid Optimal Control of Cooperative Multi-Robot Systems" in the proceedings.

GK members participating in Senzations '07

Senzations '07 is a summer school in the area of wireless sensor network applications and starts on September, 10th for the second time. Pablo Guerrero, Arthur Herzog and Daniel Jacobi are participating in this years event that ist located at the Warsaw University of Technology.

For participants of the GK the report is here.

Room for meeting on 31.08.

We meet on friday (31.8.) in room E115, computer science building.

Presentation of Marco Serafini at the IEEE Int'l Conf. on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN)

The IEEE Int'l Conf. on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN), held in Edinburgh on June 25-28, 2007, is the premier international conference that directly addresses this requirement, providing a forum for presenting the very best research results, solutions to problems, and insight into emergent new challenges. GK student Marco Serafini will present the paper: "A Tunable Add-On Diagnostic Protocol for Time-Triggered Systems".

New Room for our weekly meetings

To allow members of the GK to paricipate in the meetings from putside of Darmstadt, we will change our meeting room from C110 to C120 starting with the next meeting at May 18th. This is the lecture hall in the opposite of C110 in Building S2/02.

Pictures of the opening ceremony available

The Pictures of the opening ceremony are available from here.

"Extreme Sensing Contest" at IPSN '07 in Boston

Three students, Pablo Guerrero, Arthur Herzog and Daniel Jacobi, are participating in the first "Extreme Sensing Competition" at IPSN '07 at MIT in Boston, USA.