889 projects were found

Specifiable automated detection of API misuse in CI pipelines

The correct use of APIs is crucial to avoid erroneous and insecure code. Cryptographic APIs are particularly important for data security, but general (all other) APIs must be used correctly to develop secure, high-quality software. To check the secure and correct use of APIs, static analysis tools are used in practice.The "Secure Software ...

Duration: 02/2023 - 08/2024

Funded by: BMBF

Symplectic discretizations for optimal control problems in mechanics

The optimal control of mechanical problems is omnipresent in our technically affected daily living as well as in many scientific questions. As analytical solutions of optimal control problems are in general not available, applications rely on numerical simulations that are robust and accurate, and directly utilizable by engineers. For general ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2025

Funded by: DFG

National Research Data Infrastructure for and with Computer Science

The main goal of the consortium NFDIxCS is to identify, define and finally deploy services to store complex domain specific data objects from the specific variety of sub-domains from Computer Science (CS) and to realize the FAIR principles across the board. This includes to produce re-usable data objects specific to the various types of CS data ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2028

Funded by: DFG

EKI-App: Energy-efficient artificial intelligence in the data center by approximating deep neural networks for field-programmable gate arrays

The goal of the project is to increase the energy efficiency of AI systems for DNN inference by approximation methods and mapping on high-performance FPGAs. By adapting, further developing and providing a software tool chain based on the open source tool FINN for the automated, optimized and hardware-adapted implementation of DNNs on FPGAs and ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2025

Funded by: BMUV

Understanding and optimizing triplet exciton transfer at organic-inorganic interfaces: Microscopic calculations

Photovoltaics play an important role for the provision of clean and renewable energy. Presently, silicon solar cells dominate the market. However, they have a serious efficiency limitation: The photon energy in excess of the silicon band gap is transformed into unwanted heat. Singlet exciton fission, in which two triplet excitons are generated from ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2027

Funded by: DFG

Physics of periodic and quasi-periodic polariton systems

Light-matter interaction has attracted a great deal of attention in modern physics and material sciences. Many unique and unconventional properties have been reported on the journey to the efficient control of light (or photons). A light-matter coupled state of particular current interest is the exciton-polariton, a quasiparticle composed of a ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2026

Funded by: DFG

TRR 358 - Spectral theory in higher rank and infinite volume (B02)

Spectral theory is a fundamental tool for the investigation of locally symmetric spaces which, in the classical context, usually have finite volume. Already for spaces real rank one, say quotients of the upper half plane by a discrete group of infinite covolume, very interesting and characteristic spectral phenomena happen. The case of higher rank ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2026

Funded by: DFG

TRR 358 - Geodesic flows and Weyl chamber flows on affine buildings (B04)

Affine buildings and their quotients are geometric objects which come along with interesting dynamical systems. This project studies geodesic flows and Weyl chamber flows on such buildings. More precisely, the project aims to develop a spectral theory of joint Ruelle-Taylor resonances for the Weyl chamber flows and study equidistribution properties ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2026

Funded by: DFG

Near-field coupled nonlocal optical metasurface for versatile polarization and bandstructure manipulations

Recent advances in the modern nanotechnology gave birth to ‘thin-flat-optics’ elements (the so-called optical metasurfaces), based on nanoscale structures, capable of versatile tailoring on the responses to light such as wave-fronts, amplitudes, polarization, and frequency. Despite the extremely reduced dimensions of the ‘flat-optics’ elements, the ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2026

Funded by: DFG

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CREXDATA: Critical Action Planning over Extreme-Scale Data

Project visionCREXDATA's vision is to develop a data platform for real-time critical situation management. This should also enable flexible action planning and agile decision making on data of extreme size and complexity. Within CREXDATA, algorithms, software architectures, and tools are being developed for networked predictive analytics and ...

Duration: 01/2023 - 12/2025

Funded by: EU

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Jens Pottebaum