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Founded in March 2007 the group is lead by Prof. Bernhard Rinner. We currently employ 19 people.
The research of the Pervasive Computing Group is focused on theoretical and practical aspects of innovative pervasive and ubiquitous computing. Research topics include smart cameras, sensor networks, sensor fusion and embedded signal processing architectures. Our research is conducted in close cooperation with national and international partners both in academia as well as in industry. Our teaching activities cover fundamentals, technologies and applications of pervasive computing for students of Information Technology and Informatics. Dedicated lab courses help students to acquire practical experiences, and seminars address recent topics of pervasive computing research. At the graduate level, we currently offer courses on fundamentals and advanced topics on pervasive computing, digital signal processors and radio frequency identification (RFID). At the undergraduate level, we offer a lecture on digital system design and a lab course on fundamentals of ICT.