Profile Area Internet and Digitization

The internet of the future and digital technologies will facilitate novel ways communicating, collaborating and optimising processes. Intelligent networks provide fast and reliable communication channels. Meshed up with traditional infrastructure (energy, traffic, etc.), new kinds of services, production processes and work processes are evolving based on digitisation. 

Industry in particular is affected by the disruptive potential of the internet and digitisation. For example, established value chains may be replaced by new, more efficient digital processes almost overnight (Industry 4.0). Digitisation is influencing both society and industry fundamentally. Life and work are changing in line with an existing parallel virtual reality. Transformation turns into the new routine, which is understood and created by scientists. To utilize this as an innovation driver, new technologies and applications need to be smart, high-performance and efficient.

Scientists at TU Darmstadt embrace these developments and develop them in the profile area “Internet and Digitisation”. Here you can find a list of our experts, showing their departments and areas of expertise. [more]


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ACM WiSec 2016

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About ACM WiSec 2016

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The measuring education: Possibilities and risks of connected technology

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Darmstadt Startup & Innovation Day

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Darmstadt Startup & Innovation Day

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Visiting scientist in department: Prof. Weyrich

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Visiting scientist in department: Prof. Weyrich

Prof. Dr. Tim Weyrich is Professor in Visual Computing at the Department of Computer Science at UCL,...

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Participating departments

Female and male scientists of 5 different departments of TU Darmstadt contribute to the department "Internet and Digitisation".

 

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Contact

Technische Universität Darmstadt 

Profile Area Internet and Digitization

Multimedia Communications Lab

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Steinmetz

S3|20 120
Rundeturmstr. 10
64283 Darmstadt

Tel: +49 6151 16-29101

Fax: +49 6151 16-29109

E-Mail: Ralf.Steinmetz@kom.tu-darmstadt.de

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