Picture: Pascal Mosler (2021)Picture: Pascal Mosler (2021)
New research assistant at the IIB
News from the Institute
Since February 01, 2021, the Institute for Numerical Methods and Informatics in Civil Engineering is strengthened by Pascal Mosler, M.Sc. He will support the IIB in courses and research projects.
Picture: KISStra (2021)Picture: KISStra (2021)
Project KISStra has started
Safety verification through AI – research project utilizes data to optimize road infrastructure safety management
On 01 January 2021, the Institute started to work on the research project KISStra (AI-based indicator-based safety management for road infrastructure).
Picture: iib (2021)Picture: iib (2021)
New hackathon during the semester break
We are again offering interested students a two-month hackathon on VR and sensor technology. Are you interested in programming or hardware? Then just get in touch with us.
Picture: Claus VölkerPicture: Claus Völker
PhD thesis honored
Kurt-Ruths-Award 2021 for Dr.-Ing. Anna Wagner
The Kurt-Ruths-Award, which is awarded annually since 1989, recognizes outstanding scientific achievements in the fields of architecture, civil and environmental engineering as well as chemistry. It is awarded to young scientists at Technische Universität Darmstadt. The award goes back to Kurt Ruths, the long-standing spokesman for the management of the Braas Group. This year, the prize went to a former employee of the IIB.
Picture: unsplash / var. photographers / Holger WeitzelPicture: unsplash / var. photographers / Holger Weitzel
Extension of the research training group KRITIS
DFG renews support period
The extension of the research training group ‘Critical infrastructures: construction, functional crises and protection in cities’ (KRITIS) at the Technical University of Darmstadt has now been officially announced by the DFG press release dated 09.11.2020.
New employees at IIB
News from the Institute
On July 1st, 2020 and September 1st, 2020, the Institute of Numerical Methods and Informatics in Civil Engineering received reinforcement. We are pleased to welcome Michael Disser, M.Sc., and Jascha Brötzmann, M.Sc., to the Institute.
Changes to the web presence
*Updated on Sep. 24th* Switch to the Responsive Design
In the coming weeks this website will be migrated to the new Responsive Design of the TU Darmstadt. As a result, some content may be temporarily unavailable.
VR4Teach at the “Digitalpakt Hessen” announcement
Press conference for the „Digitalpakt“ at TU Darmstadt with participation from IIB
On April 23rd, 2020, the Hessen State Ministry for Higher Education, Research and the Arts together with the TU Darmstadt presented the “Digitalpakt” for universities in the Hesse. 112 million euros are to be invested in digital teaching, research and administration over the next five years. During the press conference, Hesse's Minister of Science Angela Dorn and Hesse's Minister of Digital Affairs Prof. Dr. Kristina Sinemus, among others, tested the developments regarding VR4Teach. The IIB was represented by Prof. Uwe Rüppel and Christian Eller.
Master's thesis wins “Auf IT gebaut” award
Research fellow receives commendation
Once again this year, prizes were awarded in the competition „Auf IT gebaut – Bauberufe mit Zukunft“ at the international trade fair for building and construction technology bautec in Berlin for the best work relating to the digitalization of the construction industry in the fields of architecture, civil engineering, construction business management as well as trade and technology. Among the winners this year is an employee of the IIB.
Updated – Forum Bauinformatik 2021 in Darmstadt
IIB invites to 32nd Forum Bauinformatik
The Institute of Numerical Methods and Computer Science in Civil Engineering of the Technische Universität Darmstadt invites to the 32nd Forum Bauinformatik in Darmstadt. Update 27.03.2020 : Due to the current situation in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, many events, including conferences, will be cancelled at TU Darmstadt in the coming semester. As such, the 32nd Forum Bauinformatik is also affected by this and will therefore be postponed until next year for the time being. Further information will be announced here and on the updated conference website.