About our group

The Distributed Systems research group addresses in teaching and research
a broad spectrum of distributed computing subjects ranging from theoretical foundations to applied system and software engineering issues. Current research areas are: design and implementation of context-aware, adaptive distributed systems, cooperative autonomous robots, socially aware computing and service-oriented architectures.

Head of the research group is Prof. Dr. Kurt Geihs.

Press-/ Media Reports


The future of RoboCup (by Andreas Witsch and others)


New Project "NICER" ...

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Maher Salem successfully defends his PhD thesis

On August 12, 2014 Maher Salem has defended his PhD thesis. We wish you all the best in your...


Christoph Evers successfully defends his PhD thesis

On July 24, 2014 Christoph Evers has defended his PhD thesis entitled "The Human in the Loop:...


NICER - Networked Infrastructureless Cooperation for Emergency Response

NICER is a new joint project aimed at investigating how information and communication technology...


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