Bereits zum zweiten Mal in Folge konnte das Institut für Computertechnik beide Best Teaching Awards gewinnen!
Wir gratulieren Herrn Dr. Michael Rathmair als Best Teacher und dem Team der Lehrveranstaltung Mikrocomputer VO zur Auszeichnung Best Lecture.
Vielen Dank an alle Studentinnen und Studenten, die unser Institut erneut zu jenem mit der besten Lehre gewählt haben!
Weitere Informationen: TU Wien, Best Teaching Awards 2018
ICT is proud to have been nominated for the Best Teaching Awards 2018 in both categories (Best Lecture and Best Teacher) – again! We are looking forward to the price-giving on June 14 and keep our fingers crossed for our nominees!
In this year’s DATE (ACM/IEEE/EDAA Design Automation and Test in Europe) conference the submission “A Fast and Resource Efficient FPGA Implementation of Secret Sharing for Storage Applications” by Jakob Stangl, Thomas Lorünser, and Sai Manoj Pudukotai Dinakarrao has made it to the Best Paper Award nomination in the Applications track!
In this year’s ENASE (Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering) conference the submission Verification of Feature Coordination Using the Fluent Calculus of Ralph Hoch and Hermann Kaindl has made it to the Best Paper Award nomination list!
ICT is proud to have received the Best Paper Award at the Conference MobiHealth 2017 – 7th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare for the paper “Enhancing the Self-Aware Early Warning Score System through Fuzzified Data Reliability Assessment”, which is the result of a cooperation between ICT, the University of Turku and UC Irvine.
For the 16th time, the institute was represented at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). In 2018, the submission of Michael Rathmair, Christoph Luckeneder, Hermann Kaindl and Carna Radojicic entitled “Semi-symbolic Simulation and Analysis of Deviation Propagation of Feature Coordination in Cyber-physical Systems” received a Best Paper Award in the Software Technology track (57 accepted papers).
The Institute of Computer Technology at the TU Wien, in cooperation with several Austrian research partners, develops an intelligent switching device for energy management in industrial and commercial settings.
The ongoing increase in renewable energy sources create an increased demand for intelligent and flexible components to face the new challenges that go along with this development. This does not only apply to the large transmission grids, but also to low-voltage grids and even electrical circuits in industry and commerce. An Austrian consortium with partners from industry and science developed an intelligent switching device that combines previously separate functions into a single, intelligent and flexible device. The “Smart Breaker”, developed as part of the Climate and Energy Fund’s pilot project iniGrid, not only offers switching and protection functions, but also enables monitoring and remote control, opening up completely new possibilities for operational energy management. The use of semiconductor technology makes this innovative switch of the new generation compact inexpensive – an innovation that will cause attention, even on an international scale. Continue reading Intelligent All-rounder
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