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Also this year, Computer Science 7 was present at IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference. Alexander Brummer presented our paper "On the Simulation of Vehicular Networking Scenarios in Multi-Story Parking Garages". Due to the ongoing pandemic, the colleagues in Ulm organized an online version of the co...

Our research assistant Thomas Deinlein presented the paper "On the Impact of priority-based MAC Layer Scheduling in 5G V2N multi-application Scenarios" at the 13th IFIP Wireless and Mobile Networking Conference (IFIP WMNC). The paper introduces the integration of the 5G QoS Model into the 5G-Sim-V2...

At the 94th Vehicular Technology Conference Fall 2021 (VTC 2021), our research assistants Wojciech Baron and Thomas Deinlein presented two papers. Wojciech Baron's paper "LETT: An Execution Model for Distributed Real-Time Systems" is about an execution model to ensure data determinism between depen...

Our former research assistant Jonas Schlund has recently completed his PhD with success. He presented his dissertation titled "Electric Vehicle Charging Flexibility for Ancillary Services in the German Electrical Power System" last Thursday and passed the defense with distinction. After finishing th...

A journal article in the Applied Energy Journal resulted from the collaboration of Felix Tuchnitz, Niklas Ebell, Jonas Schlund and Marco Pruckner. The article, titled "Development and Evaluation of a Smart Charging Strategy for an Electric Vehicle Fleet Based on Reinforcement Learning", can be acces...

At this year's Vehicular Networking Conference, CS7 contributed three papers: Thomas Deinlein presented his paper "Evaluation of the 5G Data Plane for Advanced Vehicular Use Cases with 5G-Sim-V2I/N". Michael Niebisch talked about his work on the topic of "Impact of the Communication Directio...

Former research assistant and PhD student Florian Bock has successfully obtained his doctorate, congratulations! The PhD defense following his dissertation titled "Contributions to the scenario-accompanied development of automated driving functions" has recently taken place online via Zoom as well. ...

Our external PhD student Christoph Sippl has successfully defended his dissertation titled "Identification of relevant traffic situations for scenario-based development of automated driving functions" just recently. The doctoral project was supervised in cooperation with Audi AG. Due to the current ...

Reinhard German has recently been appointed as an Adjunct Professor at the Faculty for IT at the Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. He will do research in the field of “IT for Energy”, first planned steps are to model the Monash Microgrid and to supervise a related PhD thesis.