Current Research Topics


Wireless and Mobile Systems (more)

Mobile wireless systems typically run on batteries and are therefore highly energy-constrained. At the RCS, we are developing low-power protocols, techniques an devices to enable mobile applications of the Internet of Things (IoT).


Modular Airborne Real-Time Testbed  (more)

Developing, implementing and verifying novel technologies for resource-constrained and safety-critical real-time systems, carried out in the challenging environment of multicopter platforms.


Methods in audiological diagnostics (more)


Web Browser Power Management  (more)

This research branch focuses on power manegement strategies for web browser within the Android operating system.


Analysis and Design Cyber-physical Systems  (more)

Development of joint design methods for distributed architectures and applications under real-time constraints, to provide a seamless and effective workflow for system architects.


Pedestrian Indoor Navigation (more)


Real-Time Scheduling and Virtualization Techniques  (more)


Cross-Layer Dependability in Embedded Systems - From Tasks to Transistors  (more)


Power Management for Interactive Applications (more)

Games account for the class of most popular, but as well most power hungry applications on smartphones and tablet PCs. Our research focuses on reducing the power being consumed by components such as CPU and GPU while games are played on mobile devices.


Automotive Embedded Systems  (more)

Design methods for automotive architectures and software towards more resource efficiency, predictability and flexibility for the future generation of automobiles.


Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (more)

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are helping drivers to operate vehicles in a conveniant and safe way. While current systems mostly focus on a warning, some systems in the market are already initiating evasive actions. This trends lead to new challeges in the integration with existing systems and for future developments


Embedded Systems Design for Electric Vehicles (more)