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Research focus

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Visible Impact

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Society

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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.

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CeTI is democratising skills on global scale.

Juniordoktor

When: 25 January, first of February and 18 April 2023
Where: TU Dresden, Barkhausen-Bau

Once again, we will be part of the Juniordoktor. Students from grades 3 to 12 can gain an insight into research, engineering, politics and culture in Dresden. While experimenting, tinkering, programming and exploring, participants can get to know world-renowned scientific departments from Dresden. Various workshops, laboratories, lecture halls and exhibitions are visited throughout the school year, and the world of science and research is explored along the way. The goal is not only to have a lot of fun and learn, but also to have the doctoral hat on at the end. The program successfully started its fourteenth year in 2021/22.

There is no application deadline. The Juniordoktor 2021/22 project season started in October 2021 and ended on July 8, 2022 with the Dresden Science Night. Registration for the next season is now available free of charge.

We look forward to all junior doctors visiting us at CeTI!

CeTI Lab Tour

When: February 15 2023, 4pm
Where: Room S3/S6 Barkhausen Bau

Together with our partner institutions, we host our Lab Tour once a month. Here, CeTI employees have the opportunity to get to know various laboratories, simulation facilities and test halls and to network with other scientists. During the tours, various demonstrators are shown that impressively convey the research field of tactile internet to the participants. There is only a limited number of participants. Please send a short message to lisa_marie.kuessel@tu-dresden.de if you want to join the next Lab Tour.

The fourth Lab Tour will take place in the Barkhausen Bau building (room S3/S6) , where our colleagues from the Human-in-the-Loop laboratory will show us CeTI’s neuropsychological/psychophysiological and motion capture laboratory and present some of their ongoing psychological experiments.

More information here.

Schau Rein!

When: March 13 – 18, 2023
Where: TU Dresden, Barkhausen-Bau

SCHAU REIN! is the opportunity to get a taste of very different professions. For a few hours, students look at a company and can talk to employees, managers and trainees. SCHAU REIN! is Saxony’s largest career guidance initiative. In no other week of the year are so many students on their feet at the same time to get to know companies from the inside.

On site, they can try out their skills and find out what is important for a successful application. CeTI is participating in SCHAU REIN! during the week from March 13 to 18, 2023, and will provide an interesting insight into the opportunities offered by engineering studies at TU Dresden and the career paths available.

More Information here.

Registration here.

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