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

Verteilte Systeme and SpaceBot Cup on TV

On May 11th, the TV station SAT1 reported on our participation in the Spacebot Cup 2015 by DLR.

Check out the full post here.


The future of RoboCup (by Andreas Witsch and others)


New Project "NICER" ...

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Nguyen Xuan Thang successfully defends his PhD thesis

On October 8th, 2015 Nguyen Xuan Thang has defended his PhD thesis. We wish him all the best in...


New Research project funded by DFG: "Provisions for Service Co-Evolution (PROSECCO)"

The fundamental research question that we intend to answer is: How can we enable coordinated...


Diana Reichle successfully defends her PhD thesis

On February 9th, 2015 Diana Reichle has defended her PhD thesis titeled "Managing Quality...


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