My research vision is the creation of a virtual wireless access network consisting of wireless LANs from different administrative domains, which cooperate in order to utilize radio resources most efficiently. To this end, my work currently focuses on
I am particularly interested in performance aspects, but also in security aspects in this context.
Furthermore, I am the main developer of the DISCO Network Calculator, a Java-based network calculus library, and have worked on various extensions to the MadWiFi Linux kernel device driver for Wireless LAN cards based on Atheros chipsets.
I have been a teaching assistant in the following courses:
I have been involved in the organization of the following conferences and workshops:
Furthermore, I have been TPC member of or reviewer for the following conferences, workshops and journals:
|ACM SIGCOMM '11||August 15–19||Toronto, Canada|
|ACM Conference on Wireless Network Security (WiSec '11)||June 15–17||Hamburg, Germany|
|European Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks (EWSN '11)||Feb. 23–25||Bonn, Germany|
|Workshop on Secure Network Protocols (NPSec '10)||October 5–8||Kyoto, Japan|
|European Reconfigurable Radio Workshop (Wireless Innovation F.)||June 23–25||Mainz, Germany|
|12. Kryptotag der GI Fachgruppe "Angewandte Kryptographie"||April 9th||Karlsruhe, Germany|
|ACM Conference on Wireless Network Security (WiSec '10)||March 22–24||Hoboken, NJ, USA|
|European Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks (EWSN '10)||Feb. 17–19||Coimbra, Portugal|
|Reiner Herrmann||Adapting DiscoSec to use the mac80211 Protocol Stack (BA)|
|Daniel Poh||TinySec 2.x—TinySec on the TinyOS 2.x Platform (BA)|
|Matthias Schäfer||KeyGen WSN—Development of a Standalone Implementation of our WSN Key Generation Protocol based on Physical Channel Properties (BA)|
|Tim Stöber||Traffic Analysis using Software-defined Radios in an Airport Scenario (BA)|
|Sven Oliver Kreis||Jamming in Wireless Networks—Implementation of Different Jamming Techniques using SDR and Evaluation of the Effectiveness in Real-world Scenarios (DA)|
|Stefan Dyckmans||Real-time Classification of Wireless Communication Using Software-defined Radios(MA)|
|Gregor Dschung||Efficient Wireless Traffic Classification using Software-defined Radio (BA)|
|Nitin Makhloga||Performance Evaluation and Security Analysis of WiFire in a Wireless Sensor Network Scenario (MA)|
Former PhD Student
I have graduated in June 2018 :).
I am now a postdoctoral fellow at the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
Thank you DISCO LAB: Jens, Steffen, Matze, Caro, Paul, and Anja!