Internet Technologies and -Systems
Our goals are to provide good teaching for our students, a stimulating and ambitious research environment for our Ph.D. students, and to achieve significant scientific results in the various areas of IT-systems engineering worth to be published in internationally leading journals and conferences, and to design innovative IT-tools and systems improving daily live.
Information about our Research Work
The research at the chair of Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel focuses on investigation of scientific principles, methodes and technologies to design and implement novel Internet technologies and innovative Internet-based IT-systems [more]. We concentrate on efficient treatment of big data und revealing potentials of Cloud computing and In-Memory technologie. In particular, we are scientifically active in the following application fields:
Former research interests from Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel and his team aer focused on the theoretical foundations of computer science, in particular on
- OBDD-based data structures and algorithms for the design and formal verification of digital systems and VLSI circuits, and on
- Computational Complexity.
Information about our Teaching
Hasso-Plattner-Institute at University of Potsdam offers a Bachelor, Master, and PhD program on IT-systems engineering.
Teleteaching and E-Learning Offers of our Chair
The chair around Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel has developed various IT systems for innovation in university teaching, e.g.
- The platform openHPI for the presentation of massive open online courses (MOOCs) of HPI professors,
- the self designed mobile system tele-TASK for recording, Internet-broadcasting and podcasting lectures,
- the web-portal www.tele-task.de with more than 4.000 tele-lectures and powerful navigation and annotation tools, and
- two interactive tutorial systems Tele-Lab IT-Security and SOA-Lab.
Internet Portals and Blogs powered by our Chair
- The chair of Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel hosts and powers various famous Internet portals (e.g. openHPI and tele-TASK), electronical journals (e.c. ECCC), and blogs (e.g. IT-Gipfelblog). Here you can find all the links.