Erik Behrens (left) with his instructor Andreas Derks.
Mr. Erik Behrens successfully completed his training as an Electronics Technician for Devices and Systems on May 31, 2023, passing the practical examination. Along with all the other successful trainees at RWTH Aachen University, he received his certificate on June 28. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to him for achieving an excellent final grade and wish him all the best for his future career and life journey.
Every year in the summer, many female and male runners ascend and descend the Lousberg. As traditional as the Lousberglauf itself, the participation of our department's team has become a regular occurrence, as they once again embarked on the journey in support of the i11Freunde e.V. charity. The Computer Science 11 department congratulates all the runners!
Two German universities and two industrial companies plan to conduct the HarMobi (Harmonizing Mobility) project together from December 2022. HarMobi aims to create a new basis for evaluating conflicts between different road users. Sensor and traffic flow data from bicycles, e-scooters and motor vehicles serve to determine the behavior of road users as well as the influence of the infrastructure. This new type of data shall be fed into a learning system to better assess the safety impact for future traffic developments and planning.
For this project, the Cyber-Physical Mobility group is currently looking for motivated graduates in technical fields interested in doing a Ph.D. at the Chair of Computer Science 11 - Embedded Software.
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