New project starts at INSicherheit: HATS3 – Holistic Automotive Tests of Security, Safety and Energy Storage Systems
Accidental or burning hybrid and electric vehicles receive special attention in the media landscape. This leads to uncertainty among prospective buyers and, consequently, to a loss of confidence in the technology. Vehicle accidents or fires are caused, among other things, by system-side malfunctions. In particular, the large amount of complex software inevitably leads to system errors that may pose a […]Mehr
Thesis "Methodology for Attack Modeling for Security Tests"
Tina Volkersdorfer recently submitted her master's thesis "Methodology for Attack Modeling for Security Tests" at INSicherheit. The work was carried out within the framework of the research project MASSiF (Model-Based Security and Safety for Environment–Based Vehicle Functions). The developed methodology for attacker modelling should make it possible in automotive software projects in the future to use the security considerations that […]Mehr
Invitation: Lecture "Analysis of Digital Forensics Capabilities on State-of-the-art Vehicles"
INSicherheit cordially invites you to the lecture "Analysis of Digital Forensics Capabilities of State-of-the-art Vehicles" on 14.01.2020 at 15:45 in room D202 at the Technical University Ingolstadt, Esplanade 10, 85049 Ingolstadt. In the lecture, Kevin Klaus Gomez Buquerin, external doctoral student in INSicherheit, presents the results of his master's thesis. Abstract: "Vehicles get increased attention in the field of security. […]Mehr
Lecture "Artificial Intelligence Methods for Unmanned Aerial Systems" on 04.12. Eliminates
The lecture "Artificial Intelligence Methods for Unmanned Aerial Systems" on 04.12. in the lecture series "Current Topics of Computer Science" unfortunately has to be omitted due to illness. The planned Christmas market visit is also no longer necessary.Mehr
Visiting the European Association for Accident Research and Analysis
On 11/11/2019, the European Association for Accident Research and Analysis visited the Technical University of Ingolstadt. Professor Hans-Joachim Hof gave the greeting for the university and gave an overview of the work of in-Ingolstadt-based research group Applied IT Security in CARISSMA in the areas of Automotive Security and Secure Automotive Software. Kevin Buquerin, an external doctoral student in INSicherheit, went […]Mehr
Professor Hof responsible for Center of Entrepreneurship at THI
The Center of Entrepreneurship, which has been pooling the founding activities of the Technical University of Ingolstadt since 2016 and has previously been located at the THI Business School, is now located as a central, cross-faculty unit at the university management . specifically at Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Hof, Vice President for Higher Education Expansion and Special Tasks and Head of […]Mehr
Professor Hof becomes a member of the advisory board of NEWEXIST e.V.
Professor Hans-Joachim Hof now supports NEWEXIST e.V. on the Advisory Board. NEWEXIST is a student association at the Technical University of Ingolstadt with the aim of providing start-ups and all those interested in providing a network of students, professors, associations and institutions. This has created a one-stop shop for students to share their ideas, find co-founders or quickly get tips on […]Mehr
Ingolstadt University of Technology presents autonomous driving projects at the IAA: early hazard detection in focus
Artificial Intelligence for Road Safety – Science Minister Bernd Sibler: "The university's CARISSMA research and testing centre is unique in Germany – shaping mobility of the future from Bavaria" Autonomous driving and artificial intelligence are mega-themes of the automotive industry. The Technical University of Ingolstadt (THI) is at the forefront: at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main […]Mehr