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Welcome to the Institute of Numerical Methods and Informatics in Civil Engineering (IIB)

Our focus in research and teaching is on computer-based methods for modeling and simulation in engineering science tasks. This includes design, development and application of modern procedures, methods and demonstrators of information and communication technology for building design, construction, management and interaction with the environment.

Lectures winter term 2017 / 2018

Course Lecturer Adviser CP Time Place
Basics of coumputer science in Engineering (GDI) Rüppel Eller 6 Fr
13:30 – 15:10
L4|02 1/2
Informatics in Civil and Environmental Engineering 1 (IIB 1) Rüppel Wagner 6 We
12.35 – 14.15
L5|01 45b
Knowledge-based BIM/CAD (BIM/CAD) Rüppel Bittner 6 Mo
16:15 – 17:55
L5|01 43
High Performance Engineering Simulations (HSI) Lämmer Möller 6 Mo
13:30 – 15:10
L5|01 45a
 

News

  • 2017/10/10

    Rehearsing for emergencies

    Medical Tast Force MTF18 waiting for duty (Picture: M. Dombois)

    The IIB as a guest at the disaster control exercise of the Lusatia control centre

    On Saturday, September 30, 2017, a disaster protection exercise took place at the Carl-Thiem Clinic in Cottbus. This was a so-called “mass casualty attack”, in which about 450 participants were involved in the rehearsal for the emergency. In the course of the security research carried out at the institute, the IIB was invited to observe the exercise.

  • 2017/09/08

    Best Paper Award Forum Bauinformatik 2017

    User Interface of the developed Android App, left: Web App with WebGL Viewer, Right: mesh of the current field of view & Log

    The Forum Bauinformatik 2017 Best Paper Award goes to IIB employees

    The IIB congratulates its employees on the Best Paper Award of the 29th Forum Bauinformatik. In their article “Kollaborative BIM-Rekonstruktion mit mobilen Endnutzergeräten”, Robert Irmler and Steffen Franz presented their approach for real-time web-based collaborative generation and visualization of ‘as-built’ BIM content based on Google Tango enabled devices.

  • 2017/08/09

    KRITIS in the current hoch³

    Kristof Lukitsch, Ivonne Elsner, Marcus Dombois (f.l.t.r), Image: Jan-Christoph Hartung

    The Research Training Group KRITIS analyzes critical infrastructures in cities

    On the front page of the current issue of hoch³, the journal of the Technische Universität Darmstadt, three PhD candidates look on in contemplating fashion. Among them is Marcus Dombois, representing the Institute of Numerical Methods and Informatics in Civil Engineering. The corresponding headline reads “Now it's getting critical”.

  • 2017/07/24

    Best Paper Award EG-ICE 2017

    Robert Irmler, Steffen Franz, Georg Suter (Chair Best Paper Award Committee) Photo by: Carlos Arturo Osorio Sandoval

    The EG-ICE 2017 Best Paper Award goes to IIB employees

    The IIB congratulates its employees on the Best Paper Award of the 24th EG-ICE International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering. In their article “Collaborative BIM Reconstruction on Mobile Consumer Devices”, Steffen Franz, Robert Irmler and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uwe Rüppel presented their approach for real-time web-based collaborative generation and visualization of ‘as-built’ BIM content based on Google Tango enabled devices.