DFG-Funded Project on Slotless Neighbor Discovery Protocols will start at RCS

A DFG-funded research project on improving the performance of neighbor discovery protocols has been granted to the RCS.[more]


Our Paper on modeling BLE-like protocols has been accepted to appear at the IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC)

Our paper titled "Neighbor Discovery Latency in BLE-Like Protocols" by Philipp H. Kindt, Marco Saur, Michael Balszun and Samarjit Chakraborty has been accepted to appear at the IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC). It...[more]



Our paper "Griassdi: Mutually Assisted Slotless Neighbor Discovery" and a corresponding demo on slotless neighbor discovery have been accepted at the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks...[more]


Professor Marco Caccamo joins the RCS for 1 year

Professor Marco Caccamo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) joins for one year the RCS where he offers the lecture "Cyber-Physical Systems: theory and practice with small unmanned aircraft".[more]


Lecture "Real-Time and Embedded Systems" at TUM Asia Singapore

From September 1st through September 12th we offered for the third time the lecture "Real-Time and Embedded Systems" in the EEIT bachelor program of the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) in the context of TUM...[more]


Tandem Workshop on Automotive Topics

From May 19th to May 22nd we hosted an automotive workshop at RCS, co-located with the annual project meeting of the IGSTC project AUTOSAFE. Together with research partners from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur,...[more]


BMBF "HE2mT" project started

In May started officially the project “High-level design methods for energy optimized, mobile telemedicine systems (HE2mT)”, which is funded with 2.1M€ by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.The project will be...[more]

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