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  • 07.01.2019

    Blockchain in Echtzeit

    Professor Sebastian Faust, Experte für Kryptografieverfahren. Bild: Katrin Binner – © Katrin Binner

    Informatiker um Prof. Sebastian Faust forschen zu sicheren Blockchain-Technologien

    Blockchains versprechen großangelegte offene Internetanwendungen, die vollständig dezentral organisiert sind. Der Preis dafür ist eine zähe Geschwindigkeit bei jeder Transaktion, die von dem System verarbeitet wird. Kryptographie-Forscher um Professor Sebastian Faust erzielen weltweit Aufmerksamkeit mit ihren Ansätzen, Echtzeit-Transaktionen über Blockchains wie beispielsweise Ethereum zu ermöglichen.

  • 07.11.2018

    Gesundheitsdaten unter Verschluss

    Bei der Speicherung von Gesundheitsdaten ist jahrzehntelange Sicherheit erforderlich. Bild: Patrick Bal

    Informatiker der TU Darmstadt stellen langfristig sicheren Speicher für sensible Daten vor

    Informatiker der Technischen Universität Darmstadt, die im Sonderforschungsbereich CROSSING der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft zusammenarbeiten, haben gemeinsam mit japanischen und kanadischen Partnern einen technologischen Prototypen entwickelt, der eine jahrzehntelange sichere Speicherung sensibler Gesundheitsdaten gewährleisten soll.

  • 14.09.2018

    Searching through noise for pros and cons

    Dr. Johannes Daxenberger, Dr. Christian Stab and Dr. Tristan Miller (left to right), together with an international research team, are developing new methods for automatic recognition of arguments in large text sources. Picture: Katrin Binner

    TU Darmstadt develops argument search engine for Internet texts

    Structured decision-making support: The research project ”ArgumenText“ in the field of Ubiquitous Knowledge Processing has found a way to filter concrete pro and con arguments on any topic from amongst the noise of the internet.

  • 02.08.2018

    On Oil & Gas Engineer: TU Darmstadt's offshore robot ARGONAUT world-first

    Zeitungen, Kaffeetasse und Handy – © Natalie Wocko
  • 21.06.2018

    Mit künstlicher Intelligenz gegen Hunger

    Ein Team um den Informatik-Professor Kristian Kersting nutzt Methoden des maschinellen Lernens, um die Welternährungs-Bedingungen zu verbessern. Bild: Katrin Binner

    TU-Informatiker wollen die Welternährungsbedingungen verbessern

    Weltweit leiden fast 800 Millionen Menschen an Unterernährung. In Zukunft könnte es rund 9,7 Milliarden Menschen geben – rund 2,2 Milliarden mehr als heute. Die globale Nachfrage nach Nahrungsmitteln wird steigen, während der Klimawandel immer mehr unfruchtbaren Boden hinterlässt. Wie sollen sich künftige Generationen noch ernähren?

  • 05.06.2018

    ARGONAUT on E&P Hart Energy

    Zeitschriften mit Kaffeetasse – © Natalie Wocko

    An article about TU Darmstadt's autonomous robot ARGONAUT

  • 23.05.2018

  • 05.04.2018

    Freezing the Web

    Professor Michael Pradel (l.) und Cristian-Alexandru Staicu. Bild: Katrin Binner – © Katrin Binner
  • 04.12.2017

    New at the Department: Professor Dr. Sebastian Faust

    Professor Dr. Sebastian Faust

    The Department of Computer Science welcomes Professor Dr. Sebastian Faust to the TU Darmstadt

    Prof. Dr. Sebastian Faust is a new member of the Computer Science Department, where he leads the research group Applied Cryptography

  • 22.11.2017

    Graduation Ceremony 2017

    The Dean, Prof. Dr. Max Mühlhäuser, opened the graduation ceremony. Picture: Patrick Reymann

    „It’s over – It’s done!”

    On November 17th 2017, the graduation ceremony for Master's and PhD students of the Department of Computer Science took place. The graduates were bid farewell to start a new stage in their life.

  • 17.10.2017

    Orientation Week at the Department of Computer Science

    During the icebreaker games, the freshers could do some networking and get in touch with their fellow students. Image: Tim Pollandt

    Computer Science freshers get to know the TU Darmstadt and their department

    Last week, a lot was going on in the hallways and outside of the Department building because of the annual orientation phase for new students, which takes place one week before the semester term.

  • 13.10.2017

    Three questions for our new Dean for Student Affairs: Prof. Dr. Marc Fischlin

    Since October 1st, the Department of Computer Science has a new Dean for Student Affairs: Prof. Dr. Marc Fischlin, leader of the research group Cryptography and Complexity Theory (Cryptoplexity). Professor Fischlin talks about his goals as Dean for Student Affairs and the advice he would like to give to the students.

  • 22.09.2017

    New at the Department: Professor Dr. Christian Reuter

    Prof. Dr. Christian Reuter

    The Department of Computer Science welcomes Professor Dr. Christian Reuter to the TU Darmstadt

    Professor Dr. Christian Reuter leads the research group „Science and Technology for Peace and Security“ at the Department of Computer Science and intends a close collaboration with the Department of History and Social Sciences regarding the degree programme „International Studies/Peace and Conflict Studies“.

  • 11.09.2017

    IT Security Congress in Darmstadt

    International IT security experts came together in Darmstadt during the final event of the research initiative RS³. Image: Jessica Bagnoli

    International IT security scientists came together at castle Kranichstein in Darmstadt to share and discuss their results in order to build foundations for IT security in the future. The 3-day congress was organized by the DFG-funded national research initiative RS³.

  • 10.07.2017

    Opening Ceremony of the Computer Science Laboratories

    Eröffnung der Informatik-Labore. Bild: Natalie Wocko

    Computer Science as a hands-on experience

    Last Thursday, the new laboratories of the Computer Science Department were inaugurated with an opening ceremony and subsequent tours and demonstrations. In the elevated ground floor of the „Altes Hauptgebäude“ S1|03, former home to the workshops of the technical management, the research groups Telecooperation (TK), Simulation, Systems Optimization and Robotics (SIM), Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS), Visual Inference as well as the collaborative research centre Multi-Mechanisms Adaptation for the Future Internet (MAKI) will do their research henceforth.