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Department of Computer Science

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Prof. Dr Norbert Jung

Professor for Applied Computer Science in particular Embedded Systems / Member of the Graduate School for Applied Research in North Rhine-Westphalia (PK-NRW) / Chair of the PK-NRW Senate


Department of Computer Science, Institute of Safety and Security Research (ISF) / Institute for Detection Technologies (IDT)

Research fields

  • Safety and reliability of (embedded) systems
  • Real-time signal processing applications
  • Intelligent optoelectronic sensor technology
  • Color image processing and colorimetry
  • Head of the Institute for Safety and Security Research (<a href="">ISF</a>)


Sankt Augustin


C 279


Grantham-Allee 20

53757, Sankt Augustin


+49 2241 865 211



Summer term:   
Design Methodology of Reliable Systems (Bachelor Computer Science, 4th semester)
Color Image Processing and Color Metrics (Master Computer Science, 1st - 2nd semester)

Winter term:
Cyber-Physical Systems 2 (formerly Embedded Systems) (Bachelor Computer Science, 5th semester)
Reliability of Systems (Master Computer Science, 1st-3rd semester)
Introduction to Digital Forensics (Bachelor Forensic Sciences, 5th semester, Department of Natural Sciences)

More information on the courses in the internal download area.

Study counselling

Appointments: by arrangement

(Please make an appointment by email or with the secretary's office of the Department of Computer Science).


International teaching

Guest lecturer at partner universities:

    Metropolia (Vantaa, Finland)
    NTNU (formerly HiST, Trondheim, Norway)
    HvA (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Course "Color Science" in the annual ICT-Summerschool at Metropolia

Coordinator of previous international Erasmus intensive courses

"DeSeRTS" - Design of Safe and Reliable Technical Systems
"SaSeRoS" - Safe and Secure Robotics based on Open Source Software



    Laboratories for Safe and Reliable Embedded Systems (Room C 064, K 340)
    Optoelectronics Lab (Room K 330)
    Laser Lab (Room K 336)

    Biometric Evaluation Center (Rooms H-Building, 1st floor)


    Laser safety officer of the Department of Computer Science according to §6 UVV BGV B2 and §5 OStrV

Curriculum vitae

Studied communications engineering at the RWTH-Aachen, graduated as Diplomingenieur

Research associate at RWTH-Aachen, Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology: optoelectronics, signal processing, color image processing, doctorate (Dr.-Ing.)

Research associate at Philips Electronics; research and advance development of imaging systems in medical systems; image acquisition and systems for real-time image processing

1999-present: professorship for applied computer science, especially  embedded systems

2011-present: Head of the Institute for Safety and Security Research



Research Projects

Biolab - Evaluation of biometric verification systems

The Biolab project is dedicated to the continuous and comprehensive evaluation of biometric systems. The project investigates the performance, security and usability aspects of biometric systems. The results lead to training courses and workshops for authorities, police forces, manufacturers and end users. The Biometrics Evaluation Center (BEZ) at the Sankt Augustin campus is the place of implementation.

Project management at the H-BRS

Prof. Dr Norbert Jung Prof. Dr Robert Lange
Campus to World

Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences is adapting its existing transfer instruments to the changing demands and needs of business, society and science and is developing new, suitable transfer mechanisms. The project is funded by the federal-state initiative "Innovative University".

Project management at the H-BRS

Dr Udo Scheuer
Cyber Security Learning Lab - High-security and emergency response

Information and communication technologies (ICT) have become part of our everyday life and it is almost impossible to imagine life without them. Reason for that is the increasing digitalization of our world. Especially in our economic sector ICTs are one of the most driving factors for innovation and therefore strongly responsible forthe competitiveness of many companies. But ICTs not only influence our lives within economy, they also shape our society e.g. in authorities.

Project management at the H-BRS

Prof. Dr Karl Jonas