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When networked and autonomous systems assume increasingly complex tasks, it is essential to ensure their reliability. The term "dependability" encompasses qualitative as well as quantitatively measurable characteristics of systems such as availability, reliability, security, confidentiality and integrity. These features are fundamental to applications in the core areas of the L3S such as mobility (automated and connected driving), production in the industry 4.0 and health (medical technology).


Cyberangriffe gegen Unternehmen

Cybercrime Research focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises

Digital Cases

 Exploring complex information and case management software in professional organizations


Feedback-less Machine-Type Communication


Intelligent fusion of radar and video sensors for demanding, highly automated driving situations


Development of an Android application to allow inexperienced end-users to explore and analyze IoT devices in their perimeter.


High performance computing (HPC) has been established as a standard method in many scientific and engineering fields, with ever-growing numbers of researchers developing and using HPC applications with diverse background knowledge of HPC systems


Reverse Engineering Design of Software Product Lines for Automation Technology (REDSplat)

Signal Coding for Binaural Signal Processing in Cochlear Implants

Smart Dispatcher for Secure and Controlled Sharing of Distributed Personal and Industrial Data


Validated Models of MapReduce Scaling