Head, Telecooperation Lab, Faculty of Computer Science | TU Darmstadt
Speaker, Doctoral School Privacy and Security
Deputy Speaker, Future Internet CRC.
Prof. Dr. Max Mühlhäuser is head of the Telecooperation Lab at Technical University Darmstadt, Informatics Dept. His Lab conducts research on smart ubiquitous computing environments for the ‘pervasive Future Internet’ in three research fields: middleware and large network infrastructures, novel multimodal interaction concepts, and human protection in ubiquitous computing (privacy, trust & civil security). He heads or co-supervises various multilateral projects, e.g., on the Internet-of-Services, smart products, ad-hoc and sensor networks, and civil security; these projects are funded by the National Funding Agency DFG, the EU, German ministries, and industry. Max is heading the doctoral school Privacy and Trust for Mobile Users and serves as deputy speaker of the collaborative research center MAKI on the Future Internet and of the center for infrastructure-less emergency response NICER. Max has also led several university wide programs that fostered E-Learning research and application. In his career, Max put a particular emphasis on technology transfer, e.g., as the founder and mentor of several campus-based industrial research centers.
Ubiquitous Computing, Human Computer Interaction, Privacy & Trust, Dist. Systems & Networks