University of Rostock
Tradition and innovation are the trademarks of our almost 600-year history. Today, with 2,200 employees and 15,000 students, the University of Rostock offers fascinating perspectives into nearly all scientific fields. With the four profile lines Life, Light and Matter / Maritime Systems / Aging Science and Humanities / Knowledge – Culture – Transformation, the University of Rostock has at its disposal excellent interdisciplinary research fields in the areas of natural and technological sciences, medicine, life sciences, humanities and cultural studies. The standard set for all our actions: we want to impress with our performance.
Research at the University of Rostock means successful interdisciplinary cooperation in various scientific fields. Side by side with the two Fraunhofer institutes, the Max-Planck-Institute of Demographic Research, the Leibnitz Institutes and the Research Institute for the Biology of Farm Animals, Rostock’s Alma Mater is the centre of a fruitful research environment. It offers an excellent research climate to its researchers and junior researchers in all fields, from humanities to natural sciences and engineering or life sciences.
The high research activity results into a great variety of projects in local, national and international networks.
The Institute of Applied Microelectronics and Computer Engineering (IMD) belongs to the Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. The expertise of the institute covers all aspects in the design and verification of embedded and cyber-physical systems including distributed embedded systems, resource constrained embedded systems and Internet-of-Things (IoT), and Service-oriented architectures and Embedded Web Services. IMD participated and participates in 6 ITEA projects (SIRENA, LOMS, OSAMI, uService, openETCS, BaaS). IMD received the ITEA achievement awards for the extraordinary research quality and breakthrough results gathered in ITEA projects SIRENA and LOMS.
(Submitted and approved by Frank Golatowski on 17-06-2015)