Research focus

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Visible Impact

Society

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.

CeTI Book – Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop

CeTI's book on "Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop" has been published by Elsevier. Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop describes the shift from the current Internet, which focuses on democratizing information regardless of location [...]

  • Illustration of the Science Exhibition of Dresden concept

DRESDEN-concept Science Exhibition

The Dresden concept science exhibition starts at the Neumarkt in Dresden at 10th October 2020. The exhibition, which has been developed in cooperation with all of the more than 30 Dresden [...]

News (2021-03-15)

Girls’ Day at 22 April 2021

Girls’ Day will take place again in April 2021, and this year we are especially looking forward to it. After last year’s day of action unfortunately had to be cancelled, we have now come up with something special and will digitally offer you exciting insights into the work of our scientists. Our offers are aimed at different target groups and are spread throughout the day. We will show you how varied the work as a scientist at a Cluster of Excellence is and what exciting topics we are researching. For example, the computer scientists will be there to show you how computers think. There will also be a workshop on whether and how discriminatory artificial intelligence can be. Feel free to click through the programme at https://www.girls-day.de. We look forward to seeing you!

News (2021-03-15)

Talk from Prof. Thorsten Strufe about ProMACs: Leveraging the Streaming Paradigm to Improve Integrity without Transmission Cost

We are pleased to draw your attention to an IFI colloquium talk at the University of Zurich by our CeTI speaker Prof. Dr. Thorsten Strufe. On May 27, 2021 he will speak on the topic: ProMACs: Leveraging the Streaming Paradigm to Improve Integrity without Transmission Cost. The colloquium will be held in English and take place from 5.15 to 6.30 p.m. virtually in Zoom. Visiting a colloquium is free of charge and does not require registration. More information here.
News (2021-02-17)

Panel Discussion – Question a Scientist*

On 20 April 2021 from 7pm to 8:30pm, the panel discussion “Question a Scientist*” will feature three female scientists from different career stages. Associated CeTI investigator Meryem Simsek will join the panel discussion and give insights into her career pathway. Beefore TU Dresden is giving interested parties the opportunity to watch the documentary Picture a Scientist (English with German subtitles) digitally. More information here

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