Research activities School of Engineering
The latest publications and projects from the School of Engineering.
International Conference on Advanced and Competitive Manufacturing Technologies ACTM, Moscow, Russia, 31 May - 2 June 2021.
Available from : https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-20007
Available from : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catcom.2020.106183
7th RME Research Conference, Virtual Conference, 19-20 October 2020.
Taçyıldız, Yaşar Berkay; Ermiş, Orhan; Gür, Gürkan ; Alagöz, Fatih,
Zhou, Jianying, ed. ,
Applied Cryptography and Network Security Workshops.
18th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security, Rome, Italy, 19-22 October 2020.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science ; 12418.
Available from : https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-20682
Müller, Marianne ; Haenni Hoti, Andrea,
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes.
Available from : https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-20674
3D-Printed Transdermal Delivery Systems
An innovative transdermal delivery system is being developed based on 3D-printing techniques. It allows to efficiently administrate parapharmaceuticals in a controlled manner to the body. A novel business model is concurrently developed to enable a personalized offering.
This project is aimed at a new technology for heating, cooling, air humidity control and water recovery in greenhouses as well as for drying of agricultural goods using thermo-chemical conversion principles based on the use of salt solutions (thermochemical fluids). The technology allows to (1) use unexplored ...
Design of experiments for simulations using Massive Simultaneous Cloud Computing (MSCC)
The projects goal is the development of a software to enable Massive Simultaneous Cloud Computing (MSCC). The technology shall enable the user to conduct large simulation based parameter studies in the cloud using professional design of experiment (DOE) tools.
Design of human-machine interactions in autonomous digital service ecosystems (socio-technical systems)
The interaction of humans and machines is a central component of value creation in future socio-technical service ecosystems. In this project, methods for the design of these systems will be developed, which will play a central role in the digital society.
Towards Explainable Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Credit Risk Management
For Switzerland, the reputation of stable long-standing financial institutions has always represented a crucial advantage for the acquisition and retention of customers. However, as the financial service industry becomes more global, clients expect personalized offerings and inclusiveness of service which in turn ...