• 2021/03/03

    Bitte nicht stören: Leistungsanalyse auf Supercomputern

    Hochleistunggsrechner Darmstadt – © Katrin Binner

    Deutsche und russische Forschende verbessern gemeinsam das Tuning von Supercomputeranwendungen

    Um die Effizienz von Programmen auf Supercomputern besser zu verstehen, setzen Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler auf Leistungsmessungen. Diese spiegeln jedoch auch zufällige Verzögerungen wider, zum Beispiel verursacht durch andere, gleichzeitig laufende Programme. Die Leistungsfähigkeit des eigentlichen Algorithmus ist so nur schwer zu bewerten. In einem deutsch-russischen Kooperationsprojekt, koordiniert von Informatikprofessor Felix Wolf an der TU Darmstadt, arbeiten Partner aus Darmstadt, Jülich und Moskau an weniger empfindlichen Analysemethoden.

  • 2021/02/22

    Professor Oskar von Stryk among the Top 25 Influential Computer Scientists Today

    Professor Oskar von Stryk – © Claus Völker

    TU Darmstadt occupies top positions in international ranking

    TU Darmstadt has once again proven its internationally outstanding position in the field of computer science. Professor Oskar von Stryk is listed in 21st place in the ranking of the Top 25 Influential Computer Scientists Today. In addition, Professor Kristian Kersting recieved an "honorable mention“. In the ranking of the most influential universities in the field of computer science, the TU also reached an excellent result with 35th place as the only German university among the top 50. The ranking was compiled by the Academic Influence platform.

  • 2021/02/15

    Apply by March 1 – support for students with children

    Buch, Schnuller und Flyer Sorin Huss Fond – © Patrick Bal

    Prof. Sorin Huss Fund also promotes individual child care solutions

    The Prof. Sorin Huss Fund supports students and doctoral candidates at TU Darmstadt in financing childcare. The funding is intended to help relieve the burden on parents studying or doing a doctorate, especially in financially critical situations.

  • 2020/12/18

    Robotics expert Georgia Chalvatzaki awarded an AI Grant through Emmy Noether Programme

    Chalvatzaki proposes new methods at the intersection of Machine Learning and Classical Robotics, taking one step further the research for embodied AI robotic assistants. – © Katrin Binner

    Distinction for exceptionally qualified early career researchers

    Georgia Chalvatzaki, a postdoctoral researcher at the Intelligent Autonomous Systems group (IAS) in the Department of Computer Science at TU Darmstadt, has been accepted into the renowned Emmy Noether Programme (ENP) of the German Research Foundation (DFG).

  • 2020/12/07

    Department of Computer Science is AI partner in radiology network against COVID-19

    The AI-ready healthcare project creates the world's largest infrastructure for the consistently structured acquisition and analysis of radiological data about pandemics.

    A total of 36 German university hospitals, two research institutes and the Technical University of Darmstadt have joined forces to combat COVID-19 in the BMBF project RACOON. The aim is to record and evaluate radiological findings in a structured and thus machine-readable way. This is one step towards making healthcare ready for Artificial Intelligence (AI).

    The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as part of the Netzwerk Universitätsmedizin.

  • 2020/12/03

    Iryna Gurevych named as a new ACL fellow 2020

    Prof. Dr. Iryna Gurevych

    Professor Iryna Gurevych was selected as one of nine new Fellows of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) for her outstanding work in the field of natural language processing and machine learning.

  • 2020/11/26

    IT graduate wins CAST IT Security Award 2020

    Daniel Günther awarded for innovative Master Thesis

    Daniel Günther won the first prize in the category “Best Master Thesis” at the CAST IT Security Award 2020. The jury chose his work on “Optimizing Private Information Retrieval for Compromised Credential Checking” among four finalists.

  • 2020/11/20

    Artificial intelligence for the early detection of pulmonary embolism

    © Camilo Jimenez | Unsplash

    TU computer scientists lead new joint project EVA-KI with 1.7 million euros in funding

    The earlier a pulmonary embolism is detected, the better the chances of recovery. In the future, artificial intelligence (AI) will help physicians to identify embolisms correctly and quickly on X-rays. With this goal, the joint project EVA-KI – Establishment of a platform for the development and validation of AI solutions in clinical routine – is now starting.

  • 2020/11/04

    Scalable data management for future hardware

    DFG priority program enters second phase | TU Darmstadt with project successful

    Data management architectures will change radically in the next few years: The spectrum of applications that have to process large amounts of data has expanded significantly. In addition, new trends are making it possible to rethink current system architectures – both at the hardware and operating system level.

  • 2020/10/30

    Computer Science at TU Darmstadt again in the Top 100

    von Alex Becker – © Alex Becker| TU Darmstadt

    Success in the THE Subject Rankings

    In this year’s THE World University Rankings by Subject, TU Darmstadt was once again well represented with very prominent rankings internationally. The university was ranked in 61st place for the subject “Computer Science” and thus achieved its best result since the publication of the rankings, despite a further increase in the number of ranked universities.

  • 2020/09/28

    Computer science for peace

    Professor Christan Reuter, head of the research group PEASEC.

    Research group PEASEC: IT meets peace and conflict research

    Professor Christian Reuter, head of the research group of „Science and Technology for Peace and Security“ (PEASEC), is conducting research and teaches on the interface between computer science and peace and conflict research. He explains in the following interview how IT can be used during war and to bring about peace.

  • 2020/09/23

    Deutschlandstipendium at TU Darmstadt

    Apply now online till October 9, 2020

    Great opportunity: The Deutschlandstipendium offers students 300 euros per month, for at least one year and independent of BAföG. In addition, scholarship holders get in contact with representatives of industry and society and can start forming their own network.

  • 2020/09/15

    WhatsApp, Signal & Co: Billions of Users Vulnerable to Privacy Attacks

    Messenger services do not score well in terms of data security. – © Bettina Bastian

    IT Security research of TU Darmstadt and University of Würzburg

    Researchers from the Technical University of Darmstadt and the University of Würzburg show that popular mobile messengers expose personal data via discovery services that allow users to find contacts based on phone numbers from their address book.

  • 2020/08/31

    Founding of the Hesse Centre for Artificial Intelligence

    © Claus Völcker

    TU Darmstadt will be home to the spokespeople and main site of the centre

    The new Hessian Centre for Artificial Intelligence (AI Centre Hesse) – funded by the State of Hesse and with its main site at TU Darmstadt – aims to deliver excellent basic research, focus on specific practical applications to find answers to the important challenges of our time and transfer the knowledge to business and society.

  • 2020/08/13

    Trust in AI but not blindly

    kersting nature – © Katrin Binner

    TU research team publishes results in “Nature Machine Intelligence”

    Artificial intelligence is sometimes met with scepticism but it has earned our trust. A research team at TU Darmstadt headed by Professor Kristian Kersting describes how to achieve this using a clever approach to interactive learning in the magazine “Nature Machine Intelligence”.