DAI Labor

Membership Details (Research Institute)

Contact: Benjamin Hirsch
Member node: 179
DAI-Labor Technische Universität Berlin Sekretariat GOR1-1 Franklinstrasse 28/29 10587 Berlin

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Our research focus is based on agent technology and its deployment to different application areas. DAI-Labor's close co-operation with partners from different industries guarantees a practical and solution-oriented approach. DAI-Labor works in an academic environment, developing technologies focused on current industrial needs.

With 4 Competence Centers, DAI-Labor covers a broad spectrum of different research topics.

The Competence Centre for Agent Core Technology is responsible for design and implementation of the Agent Oriented Software Engineering process model and other fields of interest concerning agent oriented technologies.

Main focus of the Competence Centre Security is the protection of services in complex distributed systems in open environments. With regard to agent technologies, the CC Sec develops methods to apply security features to agent based services in order to leverage the user acceptance of these new technologies.

The Competence Centre Networks and Mobility works on questions arising from emerging technologies like 3G and beyond networks. Seamless Mobility, QoS and AAA are only few of the domains which are covered.

The research focus of the Competence Centre e-Business lies on the implementation of a framework for the development of e-Business applications. This framework features a development methodology with software tools and an infrastructure founded in base libraries. The framework is being tested and enhanced through the regular exemplary development of services and applications.


[Course] Albayrak, Sahin (2005) Intelligent Agent Systems I.

[Course] Albayrak, Sahin (2005) Intelligent Agent Systems II.


Hirsch, Benjamin (2005) Programming Rational Agents. PhD thesis, University of Liverpool.

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