Proceedings of the 2022 Joint Workshop of the German Research Training Groups in Computer Science

Language
en
Document Type
Conference Object
Issue Date
2022-05-23
Issue Year
2022
Authors
Freiling, Felix
Seidl, Helmut
Editor
Abstract

Having spent two successive years running online to prevent the spread of the Corona virus, the traditional annual meeting of the German Research Training Groups (RTGs) funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) in the field of computer science returns to Schloss Dagstuhl --– Leibniz Center for Informatics, one of the world's premier venues for computer science-related seminars. Returning to Dagstuhl and hosting this meeting as an in-person-only event was a deliberate decision to revive interaction modes that many of the funded researchers had yet to experience: fostering personal interchange of ideas and experiences in order to strengthen the connection within the German computer science community. This volume documents the abstracts of the research topics of funded researchers in the participating RTGs.

The event was jointly organized by RTG 2475 (Cybercrime and Forensic Computing) and RTG 2428 (ConVeY --- Continuous Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems). It took place between Sunday, June 12 and Wednesday, June 15, 2022, as in-person only Dagstuhl Event 22243. The meeting featured the usual sequence of research presentations by funded researchers, networking meetings for PIs and RTG coordinators, as well as two invited talks, one by Professor Martina Seidl (JKU Linz, Austria) on Competitions as Scientific Method'' and another by Professor Jennifer Byrne (School of Medical Sciences, The University of Sydney, Australia) titled An introduction to research paper mills''.

Because last year's event marked the 25th anniversary of the workshop series, it featured a live interview with Professor Otto Spaniol who had initiated the workshop series in 1996. We document the interview in this volume.

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