June 20 – 22 , 2012, Event 12253

Gemeinsamer Workshop der Graduiertenkollegs II: GK 1424 MUSAMA el al.


Alexander Gladisch (Universität Rostock, DE)
Thomas Kirste (Universität Rostock, DE)
Kristina Yordanova (Universität Rostock, DE)

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Heike Clemens


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Since 2007, the PhD-students of the DFG graduate schools gather at Schloss Dagstuhl. Those annual meetings are used to discuss recent results, to meet potential co-supervisors and to identify options for future collaborations. As 2011 the overall "Vernetzungstreffen" has been split in two parts:

  • Data-Exploration, Visualisation and Software Engineering (18.-20. June, 2012)
  • Selforganisation and Communication in Ubiquitous Environments (20.-22. June, 2012)

The graduate schools participating in our second part of the workshop are:

Graduiertenkolleg 1103 (Freiburg): Eingebettete Mikrosysteme

Internationales Graduiertenkolleg 1247 (Hamburg; Beijing): Intersensorische Interaktion in natürlichen und künstlichen kognitiven Systemen

Graduiertenkolleg 1324 (Berlin; Potsdam): Modellbasierte Entwicklung von Technologien für selbstorganisierende dezentrale Informationssysteme im Katastrophenmanagement (METRIK)

Graduiertenkolleg 1362 (Darmstadt): Kooperatives, adaptives und reaktives Monitoring in heterogenen, dynamischen Umgebungen

Graduiertenkolleg 1424 (Rostock): Multimodal Smart Appliance Ensembles for Mobile Applications (MuSAMA)

Graduiertenkolleg 1487 (Ilmenau): Selbstorganisierende Mobilkommunikationssysteme für Katastrophenszenarien

Graduiertenschule 209 (Saarbrücken): Saarbrücker Graduiertenschule der Informatik

Event Series


  • Selforganisation
  • Optimisation
  • Sensor networks
  • Dynamic environments
  • Behaviour monitoring
  • Context awareness
  • Interaction
  • Communication

Online Publications

We offer several possibilities to publish the results of your event. Please contact marc.herbstritt(at) if you are interested.

Dagstuhl's Impact

Please inform us when a publication was published as a result from your seminar. These publications are listed in the category Dagstuhl's Impact and are presented on a special shelf in the library.