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The lighthouse project TransformingTransport (TT) is participating in the ICT 2018 in Vienna on December, 4-6. The ICT is the most important European event for research and innovation in information and communication technology and is organized by the European Commission. Live demonstrations will show how Big Data can be used for real-time decision making in the transport sector. »


Dr. Thorsten Weyer will present fundamental approaches for specifying highly automated self-learning systems at a meeting of the Requirements Engineering group of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI, German Informatics Society). The meeting will take place on November 29-30, 2018 in Nuremberg.  »


We are looking for two PhD candidates/associate researchers to support our research activities. We offer you an intense supervision of your PhD graduation, and an exciting research environment in the context of our European and national research projects. »


We are looking for two qualified associate researchers with particular interest in software engineering. The positions provide the opportunity to do a phD.  »


Wir suchen eine/n Student/in für ein Datenbank-Entwicklungsprojekt, um unsere Personalplanung EDV-gestützt zu optimieren. Die bisher eingesetzten Excel-Tabellen sollen durch die neu zu entwickelnde Datenbank abgelöst werden. »


The European initiative NESSI emphasizes in a now published position paper the fundamental role of software for the digital transformation of Europe. The paper identifies important research topics in the field of software technology which, according to the experts, should be focused on in the next EU Research and Innovation Framework Programme. The Chair of Software Systems Engineering of Prof. Dr. Klaus Pohl played a major role in writing the paper.  »


In order to develop robust and reliable cyber-physical systems, it is important to understand which aspects of the system environment may not be exactly determinable. At this year's IEEE CASE, Torsten Bandyszak from Prof. Pohl's research group presented a new approach to modeling such uncertainties.  »


For the DFG Collaborative Research Center CRC 1119 CROSSING (Cryptography-Based Security Solutions: Enabling Trust in New and Next Generation Computing Environments) the University Duisburg-Essen, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Department Computer Science, Working Group Computer Science with focus on Secure Software Systems at Campus Essen seeks to hire one Research Assistant / PhD Student.

Your primary task will be conducting research in computer security, especially in the areas of Trusted Computing technologies (remote attestation), system and software security, mobile security, hardware security, IoT security. Opportunity for further qualification (doctoral dissertation) is given.

More information can be found at the website of the secure software systems research group:



Autonomous vehicles, intelligent factories and dynamic power grids the backbone of these future technologies are networks of collaborative, embedded systems. The BMBF research project CrESt (Collaborative Embedded Systems) is developing and testing solutions for "systems of cyber-physical systems". 



Die Arbeitsgruppen von Prof. Dr. Maritta Heisel und Prof. Dr. Klaus Pohl erforschen in dem von der EU geförderten Projekt RestAssured Lösungen für eine sichere, DSGVO-konforme Datenverarbeitung in der Cloud. RestAssured adressiert Cloud-Systeme, die eine hohe Dynamik aufweisen und mit stets ändernden Datenschutzgefährdungen konfrontiert sind.  »