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Multidisciplinary

CeTI’s central vision is to enable humans to interact in quasi real-time with cyber-physical systems (CPS) in the real or virtual world over intelligent wide-area communication networks. Such advances go far beyond the current state-of-the-art approaches in computer and engineering sciences: intelligent communication networks and adaptive CPS for quasi real-time co-operations with humans require online mutual learning mechanisms, which are crucial challenges.

To tackle these challenges, CeTI will conduct unique interdisciplinary research and will address major open research topics in key areas of the complexity of human control in the human–machine loop, sensor and actuator technologies, software and hardware designs, and the communication networks as the basis for several novel use cases grouped in medicine, industry, and the Internet of Skills.

CeTI’s central vision is to enable humans to interact in quasi real-time with cyber-physical systems (CPS) in the real or virtual world over intelligent wide-area communication networks. Such advances go far beyond the current state-of-the-art approaches in computer and engineering sciences: intelligent communication networks and adaptive CPS for quasi real-time co-operations with humans require online mutual learning mechanisms, which are crucial challenges.

To tackle these challenges, CeTI will conduct unique interdisciplinary research and will address major open research topics in key areas of the complexity of human control in the human–machine loop, sensor and actuator technologies, software and hardware designs, and the communication networks as the basis for several novel use cases grouped in medicine, industry, and the Internet of Skills.

CeTI is democratising skills on global scale.

Robotic and human hand touching

CeTI is democratising skills on global scale.

General Assembly and IEEE 5G++ Summit

CeTI regularly invites its scientists to the General Assembly to share, recap, and talk about future research. The IEEE 5G++ Summit, which brings together industry leaders innovators [...]

Appointment of Riccardo Bassoli

We welcome our new W1 professor, Dr.-Ing. Riccardo Bassoli, at the Cluster of Excellence CeTI. He started his junior professorship in quantum communication networks at TU Dresden in May 2022. [...]

Mental Health Days, 05 to 07 April 2022

Mental health is crucial for everything! People who feel mentally stressed are more likely to have health problems and are less motivated and creative. Only when we [...]

Juniordoktor

The JUNIORDOKTOR talent development program, which is regularly booked out, is an important project of the Dresden - Stadt der Wissenschaft network. At around 100 free events per [...]

Dresdner Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften

When: July 8th 2022, 5:00 pm
Where: Barkhausen-Bau, foyer (Georg-Schumann-Straße 9, 01187 Dresden)

Once a year, Dresden’s universities, non-university research institutions and science-related companies open their doors to the public. Throughout the city, a wide variety of formats invite visitors to experience science and technology, research and innovation, art and culture up close. From 17:00-00:00, a colorful program of lectures, experiments, guided tours and participatory shows awaits all interested parties. Students, families, senior citizens and of course tomorrow’s young researchers are invited, in short: all night owls who want to experience research interactively and expand their own knowledge.

Our interactive exhibition offers an insight into current digitization research. Visitors can experience modern network communication up close. With our interactive exhibits such as mobile kitchen or digital surfboard, we look into the future of robotics, virtual reality and tactile internet.

Throughout the Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften, our interactive exhibits, so-called demonstrators, will be on display in the Barkhausen Bau. Scientists will be in charge of their exhibits and explain the current research findings on digital network communication, AI, 5G, tactile internet or robotics behind them.

More information here

European Wireless 2022

European Wireless (EW) is a key venue for European and worldwide researchers to be acquainted with the latest trends in wireless communications and networking.

The main theme of EW 2022 is “6G and 5G beyond Communications”. This 27th edition of EW (EW 2022) will be held in Dresden, Germany,September 19-21, 2022. Currently, the conference is planned to be in presence, hosting authors’ presentations, and allowing for interactions and networking among the participants. Nevertheless, if health and traveling rules and restrictions arise, the hybrid mode will also be considered and set up.

The EW conference is committed to high publication ethics standards through a rigorous single-blind peer-review process. Submitted manuscripts must be original and not published or under consideration elsewhere. They must not infringe any copyright or third party right. Proceedings of EW 2022 will be available on IEEEXplore and Scopus. Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit a journal extended version for a special issue. Acceptance of submitted papers will be based on quality, relevance, and originality. Proposals for special sessions and tutorials are also invited.

We very much look forward to your participation! More information here.

UNI-Tag: TU Dresden’s open house day for prospective students

When: May 21 2022
Where: Auditorium Center (HSZ), Bergstraße 64, 01069 Dresden

On May 21, 2022, TU Dresden will open its doors to prospective students, offering them the chance to discover over 100 of our degree programs, get information about the admission requirements and find out what they need to apply. Plus, there will be representatives available to talk about housing, financing studies & living in Dresden. CeTI’s demonstrators will also be there. At the booths of the faculties of computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering you can try out the surf demo, our mobile robot dog spot and the tracepen demo.

Registration is not necessary – unless explicitly required by the specific program item. To find out more about the open house day program, please visit the German version of this page.

Information about the UNI-Tag here

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