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There are two major groups influencing the growth of Organic Computing

Special Interest Group

 

Official Website

You can find the official website of the special interest group under http://fg-oc.gi.de/.

How to participate

Speaker
PD Dr.-Ing. Sven Tomforde,

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PD Dr.-Ing. Sven Tomforde’s main research interest is in investigating and engineering self-organised distributed systems with special focus on controlled self-organisation, learning in safety-critical environments and runtime versions of former design time decisions.

Web: https://www.ies.uni-kassel.de/Tomforde

Main topics:

– Organic Computing
– Controlled Self-organisation
– Sensor-/Actuator- Networks
– Applied Machine Learning techniques
– Adaptive communication systems
– Observer/controller architectures
– Collaborative runtime optimisation
– Vehicular traffic control as example for self-organised distributed systems
– Runtime control of technical systems / Moving design time decision into the runtime
– Embedded control of distributed and safety-critical – systems

 

Deputy Speaker
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Jörg Hähner,

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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Jörg Hähner’s main research interest is in investigating and engineering self-organised distributed systems with special focus on controlled self-organisation, collaborative problem solving, runtime versions of former design time decisions, and applicable learning solutions for complex real-world problems.

Web: https://www.informatik.uni-augsburg.de/en/chairs/oc/staff/haehner/

Main topics:

– Organic Computing
– Controlled Self-organisation
– Sensor-/Actuator- Networks
– Applied Machine Learning techniques
– Adaptive communication systems
– Observer/controller architectures
– Collaborative runtime optimisation
– Self-organised surveillance systems
– Traffic control as example for self-organised distributed systems
– Runtime control of technical systems / Moving design time decision into the runtime
– embedded control of distributed and safety-critical – systems

 

Members

  • Prof. Dr. Uwe Brinkschulte, Eingebettete Systeme, Goethe Universität Frankfurt/Main
  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Hähner, Lehrstuhl „Organic Computing“, Universität Augsburg
  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Karl, Lehrstuhl für Rechnerarchitektur und Parallelverarbeitung, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
  • Prof. Dr. Hartmut Schmeck, Forschungszentrum Informatik, Karlsruhe
  • Dr. Hella Seebach, Institut für Software und Systems Engineering, Universität Augsburg
  • Prof. Dr. Bernhard Sick, Fachgebiet „Intelligente Eingebettete Systeme“, Universität Kassel
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Teich, Lehrstuhl für Informatik 12 (Hardware-Software-Co-Design), Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • PD Dr.-Ing. Sven Tomforde, Fachgebiet „Intelligente Eingebettete Systeme“, Universität Kassel
  • Prof. Dr. Arno Wacker, Fachgebiet Angewandte Informationssicherheit, Universität Kassel
  • Dr. Stefan Wildermann, Lehrstuhl für Informatik 12 (Hardware-Software-Co-Design), Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • PD Dr. Rolf P. Würtz, Insitut für Neuroinformatik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

 

Organic Computing Initiative

 

Members

 

  • Kirstie L Bellman – The Aerospace Corp
  • Uwe Brinkschulte – Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Michael Beigl – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Ada Diaconescu – Telecom ParisTech

Web: http://adadiaconescu.there-you-are.com

Main Topics:

– Software engineering for autonomic computing systems
– Decentralised control of large-scale distributed and adaptive systems
– Component and service-oriented software
– Emergence
– Interdisciplinary solutions for managing software complexity

  • Frank Dürr – Universität Stuttgart
  • Jörg Hähner – Universität Augsburg

haehner-bild-2011Prof. Jörg Hähner’s main research interest is in investigating and engineering self-organised distributed systems with special focus on controlled self-organisation, collaborative problem solving, runtime versions of former design time decisions, and applicable learning solutions for complex real-world problems.

Web: https://www.informatik.uni-augsburg.de/en/chairs/oc/staff/haehner/

Main topics:

– Organic Computing
– Controlled Self-organisation
– Sensor-/Actuator- Networks
– Applied Machine Learning techniques
– Adaptive communication systems
– Observer/controller architectures
– Collaborative runtime optimisation
– Self-organised surveillance systems
– Traffic control as example for self-organised distributed systems
– Runtime control of technical systems / Moving design time decision into the runtime
– embedded control of distributed and safety-critical – systems

  • Andreas Herkersdorf – Technische Universität München
  • Wolfgang Karl – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Bernd Kleinjohann – Universität Paderborn
  • Erik Maehle – Universität zu Lübeck
  • Sanaz Mostaghim – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

sanazSanaz Mostaghim’s main research interest is about parallel algorithms for solving complex problems which appear in different research disciplines such as optimization and distributed systems.

Web: http://www.is.ovgu.de/Team/Sanaz+Mostaghim.html

Main topics:

– Organic Computing
– Swarm Intelligence
– Computational Intelligence
– Multi-objective Optimization
– Population-based Optimization
– Swarm Robotics
– Intelligent Adaptive Systems

  • Gero Mühl – Universität Rostock

gmuehlProf. Gero Mühl’s main research interest lies in integrating methods of organic computing into middleware and operating systems. For example, he is researching self-organizing publish/subscribe systems, energy-efficient cloud computing, and adaptive storage systems.

Web: https://www.ava.uni-rostock.de/en/ava-staff/professor/gero/

Main topics:

– Organic Computing
– Self-Organization
– Middleware, Algorithms and Protocols for Distributed Systems
– Publish/Subscribe Systems
– Complex Event Processing (CEP)
– Event-Driven Architecture (EDA)
– Webservice Composition
– Energy-Efficient Operation of Computer Systems
– Hybrid Storage Systems

  • Christian Müller-Schloer – Leibniz Universität Hannover

_MG_8891Prof. Christian Müller-Schloer’s main research interest is in a deeper understanding of the mechanisms governing the self-organization of natural systems and the possibilities to transfer these mechanisms to complex technical systems.

Web: https://www.sra.uni-hannover.de/People/cms/

Main topics:

-Organic Computing
-Quantitative emergence
-Organic Traffic Control
-Observer/controller architectures
-Learning classifier systems
-Selforganized Trusted Communities
-Online optimization

  • Mathias Pacher – Leibniz Universität Hannover

Pacher, MathiasResearch and education in the field of real-time and embedded self-organizing systems and Organic Computing. Examples are the formal specification of an artificial hormone system (AHS) and research on the AHS considering computing systems with many processing cores.

Web: http://www.es.cs.uni-frankfurt.de/index.php?id=pacher

 

 

 

 

  • Franz Rammig – Universität Paderborn
  • Wolfgang Reif – Universität Augsburg
  • Christian Renner – Universität zu Lübeck
  • Kay Römer – Universität zu Lübeck
  • Hartmut Schmeck – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Ingo Scholtes – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich

ingoDr. Ingo Scholtes’s main interest is to understand complexity and collective dynamics emerging in distributed systems. This includes distributed technical systems like computer networks, Peer-to-Peer systems and information systems, but also socio-technical systems found in collaborative software engineering and online social networks.

Web: http://www.ingoscholtes.net

Main topics:

– Theory of complex systems and complex networks
– Modeling and analysis of dynamic network topologies
– Organic design of massively distributed systems
– Distributed control and adaptation in networked systems
– Peer-to-Peer systems and overlay networks
– Emergence of collective dynamics in complex networks
– Modeling and analysis of social dynamics
– Social and collaborative aspects in software engineering
– Design of information and recommender systems
– Modeling, analysis and design of socio-technical systems

  • Bernhard Sick – Universität Kassel
  • Jürgen Teich – Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Sven Tomforde – Universität Augsburg

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Dr.-Ing. Sven Tomforde’s main research interest is in investigating and engineering self-organised distributed systems with special focus on controlled self-organisation, learning in safety-critical environments and runtime versions of former design time decisions.

Web: https://www.ies.uni-kassel.de/Tomforde

Main topics:

– Organic Computing
– Controlled Self-organisation
– Sensor-/Actuator- Networks
– Applied Machine Learning techniques
– Adaptive communication systems
– Observer/controller architectures
– Collaborative runtime optimisation
– Vehicular traffic control as example for self-organised distributed systems
– Runtime control of technical systems / Moving design time decision into the runtime
– Embedded control of distributed and safety-critical – systems

  • Theo Ungerer – Universität Augsburg

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Prof. Theo Ungerer’s current research interests are in the areas of embedded processor architectures, hard real-time systems, multi- and many-cores, safety and dependability, fault tolerance and organic computing.It is the target of the OC-TRUST research project of Prof. Ungerer to improve the self-x algorithms of Organic Computing by trust techniques. Important services should be executed preferably on reliable nodes resulting in a more robust system that is able to handle unreliable components. Trust metrics (direct trust, reputation, and the combination of both) were already developed and will be applied to trust-improved self-configuration, self-optimization and self-healing algorithms as well as self-protection of the trust metrics itself. The work at University of Augsburg within the EC-project Teraflux concerns self-organising fault detection and recovery techniques within a future 1000-core processor chip that is organised with threaded data-flow principles.

Web: http://www.informatik.uni-augsburg.de/en/chairs/sik/research/

 

  • Arno Wacker – Universität Kassel
  • Stefan Wildermann – Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Rolf Würtz – Ruhr Universität Bochum
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