Complex Networked Systems
Closing the gap between humans, physical and digital world offers unprecedented opportunities across society. However, we still lack the basic understanding of the ensuing complex networked systems.
Our research mission is to analyse systems, design and build novel paradigms and mechanisms to increase the performance and resilience. To foster adoption in our future society, we follow an interdisciplinary approach from the beginning.
The scientists at TU Darmstadt find anoptimal environment for interdisciplinary research through the LOEWE-Center for resilient infrastructures of digital cities and the National High Performance Computing Center for Computational Engineering Science EmergenCITY, among others. NHR4CES
Cybersecurity & Privacy
Cybersecurity and privacy are key technologies for the rapidly advancing digitisation of government, economy and society. With future-oriented fields, such as the Internet of Things, quantum technology or artificial intelligence, increasingly complex areas of application for cybersecurity technologies emerge. At the same time, the number and complexity of cyberattacks are rising. Within the high-profile research topic Cybersecurity and Privacy, a holistic approach ranging from theoretical fundamentals to applied research is pursued to sustainably address the challenges of digitisation.
The scientists bundle their research at TU Darmstadt in the Collaborative Research Center , the Graduate School CROSSING, and together with other partners in the National Research Center for Applied Cybersecurity Privacy and Trust for Mobile Users. Various ATHENE provide excellent conditions for cutting-edge research. ERC grants
Artificial intelligence (AI) deals with automating intelligent behaviour. After 70 years, the field of AI has finally experienced a major breakthrough due to fundamental progress in many of its branches, particularly in machine learning, computer vision and natural language processing.
The department's research focus on artificial intelligence combines AI basic research with applications in technology. AI research at TU Darmstadt and is highly recognised internationally. is considered excellent
The research focus on artificial intelligence is supported by new research institutions (such as and the hessian.AI centre), group projects (such as ELLIS Unit Darmstadt), early-career research groups (such as the WhiteBox and the BMBF-funded Emmy Noether research group iROSA) in addition to numerous Research group IKIDA. grants of the European Research Council