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Two open positions / Research Associate (d/m/w) as doctoral candidate [1]

25. April 2022

more to: Two open positions / Research Associate (d/m/w) as doctoral candidate [2]

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Our course offerings in the summer term 2022 [3]

22. March 2022

Dear students, for the upcoming summer term we are offering our courses through hybrid teaching formats. more to: Our course offerings in the summer term 2022 [4]

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Students participated successfully at hackathon [5]

30. March 2022

The student project "TAPIRA" supervised by the ISE research group in the winter semester 2021/22 participated very successfully in the "Cisco Innovation Labs Challenge: APIClarity Edition" in March 2022. The students involved won a prize of 1,500 € at this hackathon format. Congratulations! The project was carried out as part of the module "Advanced Distributed Systems Prototyping: Cloud, Fog, Blockchain" in the specialization "Cloud Prototyping", led by Elias Grünewald. more to: Students participated successfully at hackathon [6]

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Best Paper Award at ICSOC'21 [7]

25. November 2021

We are pleased to announce that Jonathan Heiß, Anselm Busse, and Stefan Tai received the Best Paper Award at the 19th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing 2021 (ICSOC'21) for their paper 'Trustworthy Pre-Processing of Sensor Data in Data On-chaining Workflows for Blockchain-based IoT Applications'. more to: Best Paper Award at ICSOC'21 [8]

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We are back! [9]

24. November 2021

We are back! For 210 days we could not update our web presence due to the IT incedent at TU-Berlin. Unfortunately, we could not inform you about the numerous events in the chair. There was a lot of existing research, and our chair has also changed a lot during this time. Since April, six colleagues have accepted new and exciting positions in industry. In addition, we were also able to welcome new colleagues to our mids. Since April 2021, the team has published 12 scientific publications. 22 (Bachelor and Master) theses have been or are still being supervised; 12 of these have already been handed in. During this time, we also successfully completed the BlogPV, Smile, and BimContracts-PoCA projects. New externally funded projects are in the approval process and will start in Q1/2022. We are looking forward to report more frequently on our results and publications. more to: We are back! [10]

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Courses in the Upcoming Winter Term 2021/22 [11]

10. September 2021

Courses taught in the winter term 2021/22 can be found in ISIS. more to: Courses in the Upcoming Winter Term 2021/22 [12]

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Jacob Eberhardt successfully defended his dissertation. [13]

23. April 2021

On Friday, April 23, 2021, Jacob Eberhardt successfully defended his dissertation entitled "Scalable and Privacy-preserving Off-chain Computations". more to: Jacob Eberhardt successfully defended his dissertation. [14]

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Paper accepted at the 2021 BlockArch Workshop [15]

19. February 2021

The paper "Blockchain-based Local Energy Grids: Advanced Use Cases and Architectural Considerations" by Marco Peise, Jörn Kuhlenkamp, Anselm Busse, Jacob Eberhardt, Max-R. Ulbricht and Stefan Tai has been accepted for publication at the Second Workshop on Blockchain-based Architectures (BlockArch) 2021. more to: Paper accepted at the 2021 BlockArch Workshop [16]

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DaSKITA presented at Digital Autonomy Hub [17]

02. February 2021

As part of two events of the Digital Autonomy Hub, an interdisciplinary network of 43 institutes and research groups organized by the Gesellschaft für Informatik und Algorithm Watch, Dr.-Ing. Frank Pallas (also member of the Advisory Board of the Digital Autonomy Hub) and Elias Grünewald present the project Data sovereignty through AI-based transparency and access and selected research results (in German). more to: DaSKITA presented at Digital Autonomy Hub [18]

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Paper accepted at the ACM FAccT 2021 [19]

21. December 2020

The paper "TILT: A GDPR-Aligned Transparency Information Language and Toolkit for Practical Privacy Engineering" by Elias Grünewald and Frank Pallas has been accepted for publication at the ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT 2021).The work was written partly in the context of the project "Data Sovereignty through AI-based Transparency and Access". more to: Paper accepted at the ACM FAccT 2021 [20]

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