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10. November 2021

Dual launch in autumn: BIMPUT and RegioQuest take off

In autumn, two new research projects kicked off for the Cyber-Physical Systems research group.

The BIMPUT project (running until 2024) is a research project that was successful in the BMBF’s funding line “Handwerk 4.0: digital und innovativ” (Crafts 4.0: digital and innovative) with the aim of introducing and developing digital feedback mechanisms for executing crafts in the construction industry to ensure integration into the BIM lifecycle.

Also the research project RegioQuest (running until 2023) started, which is funded by the NRW Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Health within the scope of the South Westphalia Regionale 2025 with resources from the European Social Fund and the REACT-EU initiative. Within the project, location-based and playful approaches are to be developed to raise awareness of the working world in South Westphalia for young people and thus combat the shortage of skilled workers.

Detailed information on the BIMPUT research project can be found here

Detailed information on the RegioQuest research project can be found here

15. October 2021

Südwestfalen Digital 2021

This year’s conference “Südwestfalen Digital (SWD for short)” took place on 07 October 2021 as a digital event. Our research group was represented by Julia Nießner and Marco Fries, who presented the research around the project ExPro to the participants.

For details please click here.

15. September 2021

Job offer: Student assistant („SHK”/„WHB”) for implementation tasks

Currently we need support with implementation tasks at the Chair of Cyber-Physical Systems. Therefore, we are looking for a SHK/WHB with programming skills. Previous experiences in one or more areas are desirable: App development for Android, front-end development, back-end development, C#, Java, HTML, CSS, Java-/Typescript.

You can find more information here.

14. September 2021

Mensch und Computer 2021: Moving into a New Future

From September 05 to September 08, this year’s “Mensch und Computer” (MuC) took place as a virtual conference under the motto “Moving into a new future”. Fortunately, our research group was able to place one long paper and one short paper, which was awarded by the scientific community of the MuC.

For details please click here.

8. September 2021

3rd Star for RegioQuest

At the beginning of September, our project “RegioQuest” received its third star as part of the Südwestfalen Regionale 2025. This means that it can now finally be implemented. The goal of RegioQuest is to combine location-based services with game elements to make the search for jobs and apprenticeships more interactive and motivating for young people in South Westphalia. We are proud to be able to break new ground with RegioQuest and to make a contribution to counteracting the shortage of skilled workers in South Westphalia.

Click here for the full report and video.

6. August 2021

1? 2? 3(!) New recruits in August 2021

With the beginning of August, there is very good news for the research group of Cyber-Physical Systems. We welcomed three new faces as of August 1st, 2021: Marco Fries, Nino Bohn and Muhammad Shahzar Khalid join our team for different projects with their individual skills.

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30. June 2021

‘Nowhere and Everywhere’ – DIS 2021 Recap

This year, from the 28th of June to the 2nd of July, the “Designing Interactive Systems” (DIS) took place as a virtual conference under the theme of ” Nowhere and Everywhere”. Fortunately, our research group was able to publish a paper, which was presented and discussed by Philip Weber at the conference.

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1. June 2021

CPS Newcomer

The team of Cyber-Physical Systems has a new student assistant since the beginning of June. Diana Grüger will support the team in literature research as well as in conducting empirical studies. We warmly welcome Diana to our team.





21. May 2021

CPS @ Virtual CHI 2021

This year, our research group was represented with two contributions at CHI 2021. The annual conference “Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems” (short: CHI; pronounced ‘kai’) took place last week from the 8th to the 13th of May. Florian Jasche and Philip Weber presented their long papers (5-minute presentation followed by a 5-minute question and discussion session).

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19. May 2021

Assistance for the Rendezfood project

Since mid-April, the chair of Cyber-Physical Systems welcomes a new student assistant. Lea Michel will be supporting the project team Rendezfood.