Differences and and similarities in the field of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) between Germany and Japan was the main subject of the presentation from professor Seiko Shirasaka, professor Kane Ishibashi ( both from the Keio University in Tokyo) and professor Toshiro Obata... [more]

At this year's closed meeting of the SFB 768, every participant spend a very educational but also an entertaining time at the lovely Haus der bayrischen Landwirtschaft near the Ammersee.   The central goals of the two-day meeting (21.04.2016 - 22.04.2016) were: The coordination of... [more]

The new issue of our Newsletter is available now (in German only). Klick here to read our Newsletter. [more]

The presentation by professor Marga Marcos Munoz from the GCIS offered interesting new insights and an exciting discussion in the field of "Flexibility Support for Homecare Applications Based on Models and Multi-Agent Technology". Furthermore, the presentation mainly dealt with... [more]

The exciting and very insightful workshop with professor Christiaan J. J. Paredis (bottom left corner) from the Georgia Institute of Technology discussed current topics of research in the field of "Model-Based Systems Engeneering - A Cognitive Science Perspective". Thereby, the... [more]

We extended out web presence of the Collaborative Research Center 768. We hope you enjoy reading and we would be happy to receive your feedback! Please find our contact data here. [more]

The Collaborative Research Center 768 welcomes Univ.Ass. Priv.Doz. Mag. Dr. Manuel Wimmer from the Vienna Institute of Technology as Visting Professor at Technical University of Munich. Professor Wimmer will support us during the coming four weeks to cope with the challenge of... [more]

We can go on! The CRC 768 “Managing Cycles in Innovation Processes – Integrated Development of Product-Service Systems Based on Technical Products” was reviewed successfully. The perspective on Product-Service Systems (PSS) shifts from a technical-oriented to a socio-technical... [more]