Technical University Berlin (TUB) / Distributed Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (DAI-Lab)
Address: Ernst-Reuter Platz 7
Role in the project
TUB will be mainly involved un the design and implementation of wireless authentication solution between EV and charging infrastructure on one hand, and in the Enhancement of the Hyper-Network Platform by a semantic layer for service matching and service composition.
TUB has extensive experience in charging infrastructure and in wireless networks as well as high expertise in the domain of semantic service composition and matching. These have been demonstrated in several national and international projects and are backed up by several publication including conference papers, journals and Book chapters.
The Technical University of Berlin (TUB) is represented by its Distributed Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (DAI-Lab), which belongs to the Chair Agent technologies in Business Applications and Telecommunications AOT of the Faculty IV for electrical engineering and computer science is a government- and third party funded research institute (http://www.dai-labor.de/en/) at TU Berlin under the leadership of Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. Sahin Albayrak, with over 150 researchers, post-docs, graduate students, and support staff. Since its inception in 1992 the DAI-Lab at TUB has become a bridge between research and industry with the development of distributed systems as well as tools and frameworks that facilitate these developments in many different domains. Research at DAI-Labor is being conducted within six Competence Centers (CC); each center applies its competences for the development and evaluation of Smart Services. Additionally, the expertise and experience of researchers from different competence centers are integrated to the six different Application Centers of DAI-Lab to ensure applicability and practical relevance of research outcomes. DAI-Labor at TUB is a team of high scientific expertise in many different areas and is widely recognised in the research community. As such, it will have the chance to produce high-quality scientific results, which will be disseminated through journal publications, conferences, workshops, and standardisation activities. DAI-Lab has already participated in a number of EU cofounded projects as well and has comprehensive experience with international consortia.