US Patent approved

US Patent approved

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted the patent US 10,840,922 B1 “Mechanical shock detection and phase and frequency correction of a MEMS mirror”. The work was done within the European project PRYSTINE
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Teaching Academy "Advanced"

Teaching Academy "Advanced"

At ITI, we strive for highest-quality teaching through continuous training of our teaching staff. In that endeavor, Michael Krisper has earned the first overall Teaching Academy "Advanced" certification at TU Graz. . More

Institute of Technical Informatics

The Institute of Technical Informatics offers research and education on modern networked embedded systems (such as Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems) with focus on software, hardware, and networking. The five working groups of the institute make significant contributions to improve dependability, real-time properties, safety, security, and efficiency of these systems to enable novel applications.

The institute is involved in numerous collaborations with industry partners. Besides funded research projects, we also collaborate directly with industry, for example by jointly supervising masters and PhD theses.

The education focus is on foundations of Computer Engineering, Real-time Systems, Distributed Systems, Functional Safety, and Pervasive Computing. The institute significantly contributes to the courses of study in Information and Computer Engineering (previously Telematics), Electrical Engineering, Informatics, and Software Engineering.

Training courses on Functional Safety are offered by the institute as well as summer schools on selected topics for researchers from industry and academia.

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Institute of Technical Informatics
Inffeldgasse 16/I
8010 Graz

Phone: +43 316 873 6401
Fax: +43 316 873 6903
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