ENS de Cachan
Département
Informatique
Visite de l'Institut d'Informatique à Stuttgart









  • Date : Lundi 26 janvier 2009

  • Inscriptions : closes, 26 élèves.

  • Départ : Dimanche 25/01/09, Charles de Gaulle, Terminal 2D, RV 17h45, vol à 19h00

  • Retour : Lundi 26/01/09, Stuttgart Airport, Terminal 3, 18h05

  • Accompagnateur : Paul Gastin

  • Coordinateur scientifique : Volker Diekert

La visite

The Computer Science Department (located here) at Universität Stuttgart has a long history and started among the first German universities a curriculum informatics in the early 1970s.

This fall the bachelor/master programs start with studies in informatics and software technics (in German). Computer science is also lectured in the international studies in Information Technology (in English).

In October 2007 two proposals within the Excellence Initiative of the DFG (German Research Foundations) got accepted with a strong participation of computer science: Cluster of Excellence Simulation Technology and Graduate School of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing.

The structure of the department is given by several institutes. The research in these institutes is characterized by a considerable allocation of research grants of national and international level and benefits from a close cooperation to leading German industrial companies which are located in the area around Stuttgart. The specific focus of the research in the institutes are described below:
  • FMI: Theoretical computer science, models for concurrency, algebraic and mathematical foundations.
  • IAAS: The term application system describes a piece of software supporting one or several vital business activities of an enterprise. Typically, such a system portrays essential parts of the business activities, processes large amounts of persistent data, enables many users to operate simultaneously with the system, and exchanges information with similar systems. An application system directly supports the business activities and thus, high demands are made regarding its availability, scalability, robustness and performance.
  • IPVS: Databases and Transaction Management for Open Systems, Data Warehouse and Data Mining, Geographic Information Systems and Spatially Aware Information Systems, Component Technology and Middleware, Image Understanding, Robotics and Distributed AI, Non-linear Dynamics, Computer Aided Software Architecture, Object Oriented Technologies, Embedded Systems, Mobile Computing, Distributed multimedia systems, Telecooperation, Security and Privacy, System Performance Evaluation.
  • IRIS: Modeling and management of information for engineers.
  • ISTE: The institute develops methods and tools to analyze and recover the software architecture within the Bauhaus project. The Software Engineering Research Group wants to deliver contributions to software engineering which are applicable to the real world and also used in the real world.
  • ITI: Research efforts within the Institute of Computer Engineering and Computer Architecture are focused on topics related to test, reliability and fault tolerance of digital systems. A major part of the work is done in cooperation with various partners coming both from universities and from industry.
  • VIS: Interactive Volume Rendering on PC Graphics Hardware, Remote and Web Visualization, Computer Graphics, Human Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence
  • IAS: The research activities include all topics in the area of industrial automation and automotive software engineering.

Programme provisoire (26 janvier 2009)

ScheduleProgramRoom(s)
09.10Opening (Volker Diekert)V38.02
09.15-09.50Challenges in Theory and Puzzles (Volker Diekert)
10.00-11.00Talk: Visualization and Computer Graphics Research at Universität Stuttgart
Powerwall Demonstration (Daniel Weiskopf)
11.00-12.00Autonomous robots playing soccer (Reinhard Lafrenz)-1.261
12.00-13.00Lunch at Telekom Hotel
13.00-13.40Presentation IAAS (Frank Leymann)V38.03
Group AGroup BGroup C
13.45-14.10 Parallel Systems (Sven Simon)
V38.03
Guided tour Computer Museum (Klemens Krause)
0.148
Computer Vision Lab (Gunther Heidemann)
0.345
V38.03,
0.148,
0.348
14.15-14.40Computer Vision Lab (Gunther Heidemann)
0.345
Parallel Systems (Sven Simon)
V38.03
Guided tour Computer Museum (Klemens Krause)
0.148
Group DGroup E
14.45-15.15Research Challenges in Test and Reliability (Melanie Elm)
ITI 2.163
GOALIAS - le gardien de but automatique (Mathias Maurmaier)
Travaux Pratiques en Développement Logiciel (Nasser Jazdi)
ETI 1.161
ITI 2.163,
ETI 1.161
15.20-15.50GOALIAS - le gardien de but automatique (Mathias Maurmaier)
Travaux Pratiques en Développement Logiciel (Nasser Jazdi)
ETI 1.161
Research Challenges in Test and Reliability (Melanie Elm)
ITI 2.163
15.50-16.20Coffee break at Telekom Hotel
16.25S-Bahn to the Airport

La liste des participants est disponible ici

Infos pratiques

  • Munissez-vous de votre billet électronique et d'une pièce d'identité en cours de validité.
    Pour gagner du temps à l'aller et au retour, nous n'enregistrerons pas de bagage en soute.
    Veillez donc à n'avoir aucun objet interdit en cabine.

  • Le rendez-vous pour le départ est fixé le dimanche 25 janvier à 17h45 au Terminal D de l'aéroport Charles De Gaulle.
    Le départ du vol AF 2508 est à 19h00, l'arrivée à 20h20.

  • Pour vous rendre à CDG, il y a bien sûr le RER. Un moyen plus économique est d'utiliser le bus 351.
    Vous pouvez consulter les horaires sur le site de la RATP.

  • Hôtel et repas :
    • Nous logerons au Telecom Hotel qui se trouve sur le campus de l'université.
      Cette page contient des instructions pour se rendre à l'hôtel (même si elle n'a pas été faite pour nous).
    • Nous prendrons tous les repas à l'hôtel Telecom, (soir, petit déjeuner, midi).

  • Transports à Stuttgart:
    • Il faut prendre la ligne S2 (S-Bahn) de l'aéroport à l'université (arrêt Stuttgart / Universität)
    • Le trajet dure 15 à 20 min et coûte 2,40 euros (prévoir de la monnaie pour le distributeur de tickets)

  • Pour le retour, départ de l'Université à 16h20.
    Le vol retour AF2309 part à 18h05 et arrive à 19h25.


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    Dernières modifications : le 25/01/2009