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Jürgen Großmann

Head of Critical Systems Engineering
Fraunhofer FOKUS
Participates in 1 Session

Jürgen Großmann is Senior Scientist and Head of Critical Systems Engineering at Fraunhofer FOKUS. As a member of the Business Unit »Quality Engineering« (SQC) he is involved/ responsible for engineering and testing projects on next generation networks and software technologies for embedded systems. Jürgen Großmann is an expert on model-based development, model driven testing as well as in security engineering and security testing. Furthermore, Jürgen Großmann has experiences in testing and modeling automotive software systems and applications, especially ITS systems. He has extensive experience in developing test benches and test laboratories for conformance and interoperability testing in this area. He has experiences in numerous standardization activities for various standardization bodies, including OMG, ETSI, ASAM and AUTOSAR.

Jürgen Großmann received his degree as a computer scientist at the University of Applied Science in Berlin his PhD at the Technical University of Berlin. Before he has joined the Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS, he was a researcher at the DaimlerChrysler AG (Department of Research and Technology – Software, Methods and Tools) and worked as a software developer and testing expert at the VW subsidiary Carmeq in Berlin. Jürgen Großmann has been involved in many national and international research projects and contributes to national and international conferences contributions. His research interests include the development of methods, tools and tool infrastructure for model-based development, model-based testing, and security engineering, testing and certification. Currently, he coordinates the H202 project EU-SEC (

Sessions in which Jürgen Großmann participates

Tuesday 18 June, 2019

Time Zone: (GMT+01:00) Copenhagen
2:30 PM
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM | 1 hour
5G & IoT NetworkIoT Security & Data Protection

5G will transform the way how millions of individuals, organizations and devices connect to each other. It will also be the new basis for developments in the Internet of Things, driverless vehicles, connected homes and smart cities. Nevertheless, as is true of any revolution, 5G comes with its own challenges in terms of personal and corporate security, which must be taken into account and managed by companies, users and regulators. One of them is the developme...