Talks Rss

Lectures and presentations on recent research projects are held by students, graduants, scientific staff and guests in regular seminars for this purpose.

All information about public talks (as well as offered theses and HiWi-Jobs) can be received via the mailing list.

Recordings of selected Talks can be accessed on our media portal.

March 2020: As reaction to the coronavirus disease COVID-19 and the virus SARS-CoV-2 the seminars will be held online. The specific video conference room is announced in the invitation. Please contact researchseminarAtnet.in.tum.de for additional information or questions.

Date, Time
Event
Room

Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Felix Hsieh
(Wiedner, Jaeger, Gallenmüller)
Evaluation of Latency Optimization in Emulated and Virtualized Network Topologies
Language: German
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Achraf Aroua
(Rezabek, Holzinger, Gallenmüller)
Feasibility of Static Path Redundancy for Real-Time Applications in Software
Language: English
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Justus von der Beek
(Rezabek, Holzinger, Gallenmüller)
Software Implementation of Path Duplication on Link Layer for Real-Time Traffic
Language: English
Date, Time
Event
Room

Final talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Lennart Keller
(Jaeger, Zirngibl)
Analysis of the Pacing Mechanism in Current QUIC Protocol Stacks
Language: German
Date, Time
Event
Room

Intermediate talk for Interdisciplinary Project by
Roland Reif
(Sattler, Zirngibl)
Detecting BGP Hijacking in Real Time
Language: German
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Emil Suleymanov
(Kirdan, Pahl)
Assessment of security mechanisms for CoAP
Language: English
Date, Time
Event
Room

Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Sam Katala
(Rezabek, Kinkelin)
A Threshold Signature Service Based on BLS Signing
Language: English
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Mohamed Said Derbel
(Luebben, Kinkelin, Wüstrich)
AI-Based Network Anomaly Detection
Language: English
Date, Time
Event
Room

Intermediate talk for Master's Thesis by
Christian Wahl
(Sattler, Zirngibl, Aulbach)
Analyzing the Stability and Expressiveness of Large-Scale DNS Scans
Language: English