Hi, I am a Carl-Zeiss postdoc and lecturer (Dozent) in Computer Science, allowing me to independently research and teach on the topic of worst-case performance evaluation of systems. Currently, I am affiliated with (imprint)
I received both my B.Sc. (2009), my M.Sc. (2012) and my Ph.D. (2016) in CS from the University of Kaiserslautern.
My PhD supervisor was Jens Schmitt.
The University of Kaiserslautern is ranked by Times Higher Education (as of 2017) 351 - 400 globally and 62nd in the "150 under 50" ranking (as of 2017). Nationally, the Department of Computer Science is usually ranked in the top 10 (2014: CHE top group, WiWo 8th with a score of 8.3%; 2016: WiWo 8th with a score of 9.9%)
My interests are in the performance evaluation of systems and my research focusses on worst-case analysis using Network Calculus. My pet project is the Disco Deterministic Network Calculator (DiscoDNC) that provides open-source tool support for network calculus analysis. My Ph.D. thesis is dedicated to accuracy improvements and the cost evaluation of these analyses.
You can get in contact with me using this email address: email@example.com
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Quality and cost of deterministic network calculus (DNC) seem to be two conflicting goals for DNC heuristics. We improved algebraic DNC to provide the design and evaluation of an accurate and fast analysis.
Some networks are hard to handle for the network calculus analysis. It has to be inaccurate to ensure deterministic worst-case delay bounds. A less pessimistic analysis of a more pessimistic network can, however, improve the delay bounds.
The department's council, Department of Computer Science, University of Kaiserslautern, officially awarded me the status of lecturer in today's meeting!
A paper from my collaboration with Kai Lampka, Wany Yi (Uppsala University, Sweden), Jens B. Schmitt (University of Kaiserslautern) and Nan Guan (Hong Kong Polytechnic University) was accepted at IEEE INFOCOM 2017. Stay tuned for Generalized Finitary Real-Time Calculus!
I will be at ValueTools, the EAI International Conference on Performance Evaluation Methodologies and Tools, 2016 in Taormina, Italy, on October 26-28. The paper is a collaboration with Fabien Geyer from Airbus Group Innovations and looks at the analysis of multicast flows as found in many industrial communication systems.Tue, Jun 28, 2016
I will present a paper at the International Symposium on Modelling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS) 2016 in London, UK, on September 19-21. Meet me there!Tue, Jun 07, 2016
Meet me at the International Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of SysTems (QEST) 2016 in Québec City, Canada, on August 23-25. I will present an assessment of current algebraic and optimization-based network calculus analyses.
I was awarded a scholarship by the Carl Zeiss Foundation to pursue my research plans as a postdoc! The grant provides funding for two years of research on network calculus at the DISCO Lab.
I was awarded a student travel grant by ACM SIGMETRICS / IFIP Performance 2016. Meet me there on June 14 -18!
I won the best presentation award at the 3rd Workshop on Network Calculus in a democratic vote. Thank you!
You can find my slides in the talks section.
The workshop schedule is out. I have the honor to give the concluding talk :-)Fri, Jan 29, 2016
I will give a talk at the 3rd Workshop on Network Calculus on April 6:
On April 8, there will be a career day at the Veldenz Gymnasium Lauterecken (VGL). I will represent the Department of Computer Science of the University of Kaiserslautern. If you’ve ever wondered what I do for a living, you are welcome to attend one of my talks. They start at 1:45pm and 2:45pm, respectively.
The EAI’s Display and Disseminate Campaign decided to promote my ValueTools 2014 paper.
On Dec 13 2015, it appeared in the EAI Endorsed Transactions on Internet of Things, Volume 2015, Number 4.
(Update Feb 19, 2016) The article is available online in the EUDL.