An overview of our third-party funded projects can be found here.

General Overview

The research group Theoretical Informatics and Parallel Computing headed by Henning Meyerhenke works at the interface of algorithms, parallel computing, and applications in networked systems. We often follow the methodology of Algorithm Engineering. This means to iterate the design, analysis, implementation, and systematic experimental evaluation of algorithms. Our focus is on algorithms that are suitable for large problems and that make use of the computational power of parallel systems. Three application areas are of main interest, algorithmic network analysis, combinatorial scientific computing, and applied combinatorial optimization.

More information can be found on the respective German page.