Technical Computer Science

The Technical Computer Science Group of the Department of Computer Science develops and coordinates the course offerings and research activities in the field of embedded systems and hardware-related programming.

Current research focuses of the department include the following areas

  • Smart Home,
  • Internet of Things,
  • Near Field Communication (NFC),
  • User Interfaces for Embedded Systems,
  • Smart Gateways, Robotics and
  • Autonomous Systems (Autonomous Driving and Flying).

Courses

Bachelor

  • Technical Principles of Computer Science
  • Computer Organization and Design
  • Microprocessor Systems
  • Software Development for Embedded Systems
  • oftware Development for HMI Systems
  • Introduction to Robotics
  • Simulation of Robotic Systems
  • Introduction to RFID
  • Introduction to Software Defined Radio

Master Computer Science

  • Autonomous Mobile Systems
  • Storage and Data Networks in the IoT
  • Motion Planning
  • Embedded HMI & Graphics
  • Real-Time Systems

Laboratories and Infrastructure

Courses in the field of Technical Computer Science take place either in the laboratories listed below or as a notebook internship.

In the laboratories different embedded systems are available for education and research.

Depending on the course, students can find information about the practical courses either directly on these laboratory pages or on our learning platform. In addition, the department maintains a Wiki System.

Additional Information

Contact

Prof. Dr. Stefan Rapp

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Office: D19, 2.09B

+49.6151.16-38444
stefan.rapp@h-da.de
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Members

Prof. Dr. Jens-Peter Akelbein

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Prof. Dr. Eva Brucherseifer

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Stephan Gimbel

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Tobias Holstein

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Prof. Dr. Thomas Horsch

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Mario Hoss

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Prof. Dr. Klaus Kasper

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Bettina Kurz

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Prof. Dr. Ralf S. Mayer

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Prof. Dr. Andreas Müller

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Hans-Michael Müller

Manfred Pester

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Prof. Dr. Stefan Rapp

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Rudi Scheitler

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