From 2003 to fall of 2008, I studied computer science at the Leibniz University of Hannover and the Heinrich Heine University of Duesseldorf. At the latter, I graduated with a M.Sc. degree with the two major subjects communication systems and operating systems.
My master's thesis on "An Analyzer for State-Based Random Traffic" was supervised by the chair of computer networks and communication systems of Prof. Mauve and the I&V department of the Ericsson Eurolab, Aachen.
Besides my studies, I worked at Vodafone D2 at the test automation unit as software developer in 2007.
With beginning of December 2008, I joined the research group of Prof. Mauve as researcher and Ph.d. student.
The areas of research I am currently interested in are (in no particular order):
- Wireless and peer-to-peer networks
- Vehicular ad-hoc networks
- Vehicular safety applications
- Traffic Information Systems
- Microscopic traffic behavior
- Summer term 2012: exercise and laboratory course
- Summer term 2011: laboratory course
- Winter term 2012/13: laboratory course
- Winter term 2011/12: laboratory course
- Winter term 2010/11: laboratory course
- Winter term 2009/10: laboratory course
- Summer term 2010: exercise course
- Summer term 2009: exercise course