Central aim of organisation
create and disseminate innovative research results for the next generation internet
Briefly describe your organisation
The Department of Telecooperation has a strong tradition in research and teaching in telemedia systems and in software technology for telecooperation. Telecooperation stands for the fusion of computer science, telecommunication and multimedia. Within this field, three main lines of research are identified, namely cooperation support, mobility support, and media-integration. Contributions in those fields include application design and developments, advances in software technology and evaluation studies (with respect to usability and performance, but also considering economic objectives) of applications and services.
The Department is participating in national (e.g. a RIO project on braodband applications) and international projects (for example EuroNGI, an EU funded network of excellence on next generation internet).
The Department is also experienced in the organisation of national and international workshops and conferences, including WETICE, iiWAS, MoMM, or PERVASIVE.
Research & Development
| - E-Commerce |
- Audiovisual Devices and Communication
- Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Middleware
- E-Publishing, Digital Content
- Usability Engineering
| - Internet Technologies |
- Network and Broadband Technologies
- Advanced Systems Architecture
- GRID Computing
- Pervasive Computing
- Wireless & Mobile Communication
performance evaluation, web engineering, workgroup computing