FWF - DENISE - Doktorandenschule für zuverlässige elektronikgestützte Systeme

Electronics-based systems (EBS) are becoming more and more prevalent in production, infrastructure and transport, but are only accepted if people trust these systems. Reliability is therefore becoming the cornerstone for the social acceptance of electronics-based systems. The researchers in the doctoral programme Dependable ElectroNIc-Based SystEms (DENISE) will explore concepts, methods and application-oriented tools to make EBS more reliable. The project deepens the very good relationship between FH Joanneum and Graz University of Technology through a joint doctoral programme. DENISE creates an integrated research framework across disciplinary boundaries and links reliability concepts of sensors with networked embedded devices. Existing strengths will be built upon and by pooling complementary expertise DENISE will lead to sustainable progress in the EBS sector.
Konsortialführer/in bzw. Koordinator/in bei Kooperationen mit externen Organisationen
Christian Vogel
FH.-Prof. Dr. DI
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Annette Mütze
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Kay Uwe Römer
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Inform. Dr.sc.ETH
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Carlo Alberto Boano
Assoc.Prof. Dott. Dott. mag. Dr.techn. MSc
Francesco Corti
Dott. Mag.
Abd Alrahman Dawara
lj. M.Eng.
Florian Mayer
Dipl.-Ing. BSc
Mohamed Hassaan Mohamed Hydher
BEng MSc
Sayyidshahab Nabavi
Olga Saukh
bak. Assoc.Prof. Dr.rer.nat. MSc
Joachim Schauer
Assoc.Prof. Dr. DI
Markus Schuß
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. BSc
  • Österreichischer Wissenschaftsfonds FWF, FWF
Externe Partner
  • FH JOANNEUM Gesellschaft mbH
Beginn: 30.04.2022


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