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14.05.2019 Field test for the new broadcast mode - with technology from BS

The red button ist pressed, the signal is "on air", on the right Prof. Ulrich Reimers, Institute for Communications Technology (IfN), picture credits: Institut für Rundfunktechnik, München

In May, a field test for the new broadcast mode, based on the 5G mobile radio standard, was started in Munich. The TU Braunschweig was highly involved in the development of the "5G Broadcast" system

5G Broadcast will enable broadcasting on mobile LTE-enabled devices such as smartphones or tablets. As part of the field test, the signal will be transmitted from a transmitter on the Wendelstein in the Bavarian Alps and from the Ismaning location of the Bayerischer Rundfunk. The signal is generated by a system which was developed by the Institute for Communications Technology (IfN), TU Braunschweig, in cooperation with Rohde & Schwarz. The used reception technology was also developed by IfN.

25.03.2019 GI informatiCup 2019 goes to students of TU Braunschweig

informatiCup-winners Lukas Pirch and Jonas Möller (in the middle) with the jurors Pascal Hahn (left), Dr. Karl Teille and Daniel Krupka (right), picture credits: Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)

Students of the TU Braunschweig win the final round of the 14th student competition of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)

This year's informatikCup task dealt with a basic problem of autonomous driving: In contrast to human viewers, artificial neural networks can be outwitted by specially constructed false images. The students should develop an image generating software that can mislead an artificial neural network for the recognition of traffic signs. The TU students Lukas Pirch and Jonas Müller solved the problem with flying colours and won the first prize in the Germany-wide competition.

08.03.2019 Top Indian delegation visits TU Braunschweig

Visit of the IITB-Delegation at TU Braunschweig, picture credits: TU Braunschweig

From 7 to 8 march eleven members of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) visited the TU Braunschweig in order to extend the long-standing partnership and gain insights into research and life in Braunschweig

A cooperation agreement between the Indian elite university and the TU Braunschweig has been in place since 2012. The cooperation has now been intensified by an agreement of joint doctoral supervision signed during the delegation visit.

04.-07.03.2019 Space Research meets Geophysics

BepiColombo and Mercury

BepiColombo on its way to Mercury. On board are measuring instruments of the TU Braunschweig, picture credits: spacecraft: ESA/ATG medialab; Mercury: NASA/JPL

The TU Braunschweig is host of this year's annual meeting of the German Geophysical Society (DGG). Special attention will be paid to the close connection between space research and geophysics which is traditionally strong in Braunschweig

The Conference ist organized by the Institute for Geophysics and extraterrestrial Physics (IGeP). With its long history in linking space and geo research the IGeP occupies a unique position in international research. After two decades the 79th DGG Annual Meeting returns to the Institute and offers exchange opportunities for 500 participants from Germany and abroad.

13.02.2019 How artificial intelligence changes our lifes

Logo of the SYnENZ-Symposium 2019, picture credits: Braunschweigische Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (BWG)

SYnENZ-Symposium on 14-15 February at TU Braunschweig brings together experts within the fields of computer science, engineering, psychology, medicine, lax and philosophy

The symposium organized by the Braunschweigische Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (BWG) focuses on the interaction of natural and artificial intelligence in the three exemplary application areas of health, mobility and agronomy.

07.-08.02.2019 TU Braunschweig moves services into the future

BeDien-KickOff-Workshop, 07.-08. February 2019 in Braunschweig, picture credits: TU Braunschweig

"Accompanying Research Personal-related Services. Service, Opportunities ans Visions" - this is the title under which service developers form all over Germany came together for the KickOff Workshop of the project "BeDien"

As part of the three-year BMBF project "Begleitforschung Personennahe Dienstleistungen (BeDien)" scientists led by Prof. Susanne Robra-Bissantz (Institute of Business Information Systems) and in cooperation with the Jacobs University Bremen examine new approaches within the development of personal-related services. As another project and research partner, TUBS.digital is responsible for the project management within BeDien.

28.01.2019 Loxer Saxony invests in digitization research

The establishment of the Lower Saxony Laboratory of the German Research Center for Arificial Intelligence (DFKI), the announcement of up to 50 professorships for digitization and the development of a Center for Digital Innovation (ZDIN) - all these measures are part of Lower Saxony's digitization offensive

The ZDIN intents to strenght Lower Saxony's research competence in the field of digitization. Further aims are the promotion of cooperation between science and practice and the participation of citizens. The members of ZDIN work together in so-calld future labs which focus on the topics of agriculture, energy, society and work, mobility, prodution and health.

18.12.2018 Faster detection of digital attacks on power plants

To detect hacker attacks at an early stage, a research project with participating researchers at the Institute of System Security (TU BS) developed a new, intelligent detection system for data networks of energy suppliers

Machine learning analyzes traffic and identifies deviations as indicators of digital attacks. Thus, both known and new attack methods are detected and the network operators become able to take timely defensive measures.

20.11.2018 ITG Fellow Award for Professor Ulrich Reimers

Handing over of the certificate, ITG chairman Prof. Schotten (left) and Prof. Reimers (right), picture credits: Hannibal Hanschke/VDE

On 5th November 2018, the ITG (Informationstechnische Gesellschaft im VDE) appointed Prof. Ulrich Reimers  "ITG Fellow" at the Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Academy of Sciences)

Prof. Reimers is head of the Institute for Communications Technology, TU Braunschweig. He was honoured for his outstanding merits, his commitment and his scientific achievements in the field of digital television. Congratulations!

03.11.2018 How do computers work? Children lecture by Professor Ina Schaefer

How do computers work? Kinder-Uni Braunschweig, picture credits: Burghardt & Tank GbR

Prof. Ina Schaefer explained where to find and how to use computers. About 600 children aged between eight and twelve years listened to her lecture

Prof. Schaefer ist head of the Institute of Software Engineering and Automotive Informatics at TU Braunschweig. Her lecture was part of the Kinder-Uni Braunschweig.

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