Effiziente Algorithmen/en

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The central topic of the research group Efficient Algorithms is the development of methods for the efficient use of modern computer architectures for planning, improving, and executing information, business and manufacturing processes. Special attention is paid to interconnected, adaptive systems which are capable to benefit from self-organization.

Major focus of research is the application and the further development of Organic Computing which is crucial for an effective design of future decentralized energy systems as well as the formation of the new discipline Energy Informatics. After the retirement of the head of the research group Prof. Dr. Hartmut Schmeck, the activities in the area of Energy Informatics are continued at the FZI Research Center for Information Technology .

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Tools and Datasets


Easy Agent Simulation (EAS)
Java-based multi-agent simulation software
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Energy Smart Home Lab (ESHL)
The Energy Smart Home Lab – tomorrow's smart home – was developed at KIT under the MeRegioMobil project (2009-2011), iZEUS project (2012-2014) project and grid-control project (2015-2018). It demonstrates possibilities of combining in an integrated approach the areas of living (smart home), transport (electric mobility), and energy (smart grid) such that best possible use of renewable energy sources is ensured and comfort of living is increased at the same time.
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nuKIt is KIT app for live voting and live feedback in the lecture room.
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Organic Computing Learning Robots Arena (OCLR-Arena)
The OCLR-Arena is a living lab environment for self-organized learning robots.

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Organic Smart Home (OSH)
Building Energy Management System
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XWizard (eXercise Wizard) is a tool for creating and visualizing mathematical objects of various types for the purpose of both learning and teaching. Among the supported object types are Turing machines, finite state machines, pushdown automata, Chomsky grammars, several types of search trees and others.
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Teaching (currently not available)

Projects Finalized

AntAlg, C/sells, CIVIS, COMMputation, CROME, Competence E, DLER, EIT Digital, ENSURE, EUCOR Virtuale, EVOLEARN, EnSoC OleCC, Energie-Allianz, Grid-control, HEGRID, Helmholtz Storage and Cross-Linked Infrastructures, Helmholtz Supercomputing and Big Data, IILSE, IMPaCT, ITSAM, IZEUS, InnoEnergy, KASTEL, KIM, KUBIK, LSDMA, MEREGIO, MEREGIOmobil, MULO, NUKATH, OC-COORD, OCCS, OCCS (Phase III), OCOM, OTC, OTC2, OTC3, OptRek, P-Opt, PEdit, QE, SCP, SES Summer School, SESAM, SME, ULI, VIROR, WWR, Wiwi-KIM