Chair for Embedded Systems,
University of Siegen
Building E, Room 009
57076 Siegen, Germany.
Tel: +49 271 740-3332
Fax: +49 271 740-3344
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The university of Siegen legal representative is its Rector, Prof. Dr. Holger Burckhart.
The Chair for Embedded System legal representative is its head, Prof. Dr. Roman Obermaisser.
The supervisory authority in charge
Ministry of Innovation, Science, Research of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Prof. Dr. Roman Obermaisser, Head of Chair for Embedded Systems
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