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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).


Exzellenzcluster 2092 „Cyber-Sicherheit im Zeitalter großskaliger Angreifer (CASA)"

Research on effective and sustainable measures to achieve "Usable Security" in software development



Cyberangriffe gegen Unternehmen

Cybercrime Research focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises





Zukunftslabor Gesundheit

Medical research and health care are facing a fundamental revolution due to increasing digitalization


Zukunftslabor Mobilität

In the future lab mobility, the L3S investigates communication-based fusion of sensor data of different vehicles to achieve a collective perception






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





Data-driven innovation hub for the media value chain

Virtual and European data-driven innovation hub for entrepreneurial and creative projects to redesign the media value chain through responsible and innovative use of data


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





Signalcodierung für binaurale Signalverarbeitung in Cochlea-Implantaten












Discovering and combating cyber attacks on smart grids




Validated Models of MapReduce Scaling