Winter Term 2006/07
- Lecture about Modelling and Simulation. This is not a simulation technique lecture, but a lecture that introduces different modelling paradigm for simulation - from differential equations to Bond Graphs, from logic-based models to Lindenmayer systems and from Queuing Nets via Petri Nets to Cellular Automata, from system dynamics to agent-based simulation. The students should learn which modelling paradigm is appropriate for what kind of system.
- Practical about Intelligent Systems in Traffic and Transportation
- Participation in practical about modelling intelligent systems and in seminar about new trends in AI and cognitive science
Summer Term 2006
- Lecture about Distributed Artificial Intelligence (Multi-Agent Systems)
- Seminar about Intelligent Systems in Traffic and Logistic
- Course at the EASSS 2006 (July, 17-21, Annecy), together with Emma Norling: Agent-based Simulation: Social Science Simulation and Beyond
- Interdisciplinary practical biology+informatics: building a componend-based model of a complete bee hive.
- Multiagent Systems Practical
- Every winter term: interdisciplinary practical biology - computer science on modelling emergent phenomena in social insects
- Lecture together with Prof. Puppe: Intelligent Human-Computer Interaction (summer term 2003)
- Seminar on hybrid human and agent systems in winter term 2002/03 and on human-like agents 2003/04
- Practical on distributed artificial intelligence in winter term 2002/2003
- Seminar on coordination in multi-agent systems in summer term 2002
- Lecture on Foundations of Multi Agent Systems, was held for the 3rd time in SS 2004
- Updated lecture about Human Computer Interaction - e.g. new aspects on ambient intelligence, etc.
This lecture is announced for summer 2007
- Updated lecture about Distribted AI/Multi Agent Systems is scheduled for winter 2007/08
Current Student and Diploma Theses
- Reinhard Hatko: Concepts of Distributed Simulation for Multiagent Simulation
- Michael Scherer: Organizational Structures for Supporting the Development of Multiagent Simulation
- Patrick Herrler: Open End Evolution for SeSAm
- Michael Herrmann: Neural Networks as Self-organizing Components in Multi-agent Simulations
- Kathrin Scherger: Comparison of Different Microscopic Pedestrian Simulations
- Matthias Bülow: Metrics for Multiagent Simulations (finished in Nov, 2005)
Students interested in theses about biologically inspired multi-agent systems, agent-based modelling and simulation or human-agent interactions are welcome. There are a lot of interesting topics left.