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  • Software Engineering and Programming Languages
  • Databases and Information Systems
    • Databases and Information Systems - Prof. Dr. Markus Endres
      • Research: Preference based database systems and search engines, personalized information systems, cooperative man-machine-interaction and agent systems, preference mining, innovative database applications for electronic / mobile commerce
      • Teaching: Database Systems I (relational database systems, SQL), Database Systems II (deductive and object-oriented database systems), Search Engines, Database Programming (using Oracle)
    • Programming Methodology and Multimedia Information Systems - Prof. Dr. Bernhard Möller
      • Research: Algebraic System Derivation: Temporal and Modal Logics and Algebras, Algebras for Feature-Oriented Software Development, Hybrid Systems, Algebras with Iteration, Refinement Algebra, Pointer Structures, Separation Logic, Concurrent Kleene Algebra, Algebraic Logic for Multi-Agent SystemS. Multimedia Information Systems
      • Teaching: Discrete Structures, Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science, Logic, Informatics III, Algebraic Semantics and Algebraic System Derivation, Computer Graphics
  • Systems and Networking - Prof. Dr. Theo Ungerer
    • Research: Processor Architectures & System Software, Organic & Ubiquitous Computing, Sensor Networks, Fault Tolerance, Reconfigurable Computing, Embedded Multicore, Multithreaded SoC Processor Core, Organic Real-Time System Software, Organic Middleware, Organic Manycore, Mobile Agents, Energy Efficiency
  • Human Centered Multimedia - Prof. Dr. Elisabeth André
    • Research: Virtual Agents, Affective Computing, Tangible Interfaces, Interactive Multitouch Surfaces, Interactive Story Telling, User Interfaces for Computer Games, Cultural Computing
    • Teaching: Foundations of Multimedia, Human-Computer Interaction, Usability Engineering, Game Programming, Virtual Agents, Augmented Reality, Context-Aware Systems, Multimedia Project
  • Theoretical Computer Science - Prof. Dr. Torben Hagerup
    • Research: algorithms and data structures:dynamic maintenance of lists, graph algorithms: discovery of disjoint paths, simplified verification of minimal spanning trees, complexity parameters for planar graphs and intersection graphs
    • Teaching: Introduction to algorithms, introduction to formal languages, graph algorithms, data structures, network flow, approximation algorithms, complexity theory, computational geometry, online algorithms, I/0-efficient algorithms, implementation of graph algorithms
  • Multimedia Computing - Prof. Dr. Rainer Lienhart
    • Research: Machine Learning, object detection and recognition, real-time event detection in videos, parallel algorithms, OpenMP, image retrieval, Bayesian networks
    • Teaching: Foundations of Multimedia, Multimedia Mining, Audio and Video Retrieval, Bayesian Networks, Probabilistic Robotics
  • Communication Sytems - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rudi Knorr
    • Research: techniques of self-organization: mechanism, system concepts and architectures for autonomic communication, device and user interaction, mobile assistance; embedded system platform: system software for multicore processors and distributed systems, middleware, device and service management; self-organization networks: wireless systems, sensor networks and sensor nodes, quality of service concepts in broadband networks, convergence of broadband networks, internet techniques
    • Teaching: basics of communication systems and internet, introduction in techniques of public networks, introduction in wireless communications systems; wireless and wired broadband networks, architectures and protocols for telecommunication and IP-based multimedia communication (Next Generation Networks)
  • Teaching Professorship for Computer Science - Prof. Dr. Robert Lorenz
    • Research: Concurrent Systems: Modelling (Petri nets, process algebras, partial languages, ...), Simulation, verification und synthesis of models of concurrent systems. Application areas: Business processes design, process mining, software design, communication protocols, web services, embedded systems. Speech recognition: Modelling of dialog systems, models for speech recognition
    • Teaching: Introduction to hardware architecture (Informatik I), Introduction to the programming language C (Informatik I), Introduction to algorithms (Informatik I), Objectoriented software design using UML (Informatik II), Introduction to the programming language Java (Informatik II), Applied Programming in C/Java (Programming courses), Partial order semantics of Petri nets, Workflow-Management, Synthesis of Petri nets from behavioral descriptions, Algebraic Petri nets, Partial languages