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Topic

Creation of network stacks based on languages

Kind of work:
Bachelor Thesis
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
Students:
Daniel Renner
Status:
finished
Abstract:
Not available

Topic

Development of a combined simulation environment for energy grids and communication infrastructures for Smart Grids

Supervisor:
Dipl.-Ing. Sven Bohn
Students:
Jeremie Benhamron
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Evaluating the CSMA-based MAC Protocol using a Software Defined Radio Test-bed

Kind of work:
Master thesis
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Mohamed Abdrabou Kalil
Dr.-Ing. Andre Puschmann
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Comparison of Real-Time Capable MAC Protocols using OMNet++

Kind of work:
Master thesis, Advanced Research Project (MSCSP)
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Andre Puschmann
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Konzeption und Umsetzung eines Proxys zur QoS-orientierten Datenübertragung am Beispiel SIP-basierter Videokonferenzen

Kind of work:
Bachelor Thesis
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert
Students:
Marcel Pennewiß
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Design a Spectrum Allocation Algorithm for Cognitive Radio Networks (CRNs)

Kind of work:
Advanced Research Project (MSCSP)
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Ali Haider Mahdi
Students:
Mr. Ahmad Yacob
Status:
finished
Abstract:
Cognitive Radio (CR) is a very promising technology, and attracts recently many researchers because of the significant increasing of demand to the spectrum access, which is underutilized in the most of frequencies on one hand; on the other hand, it is limited and extremely precise resource. CR technology improves the spectrum utilization. Previous channel allocation works have been done using evolutionary algorithm, to find optimum channels assignments.
In this paper, we propose Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) for channel allocation process in CR. Four different scenarios are studied with simulation and results, to make the using of PSO in channel allocation for CR very well understood.

Topic

Network APIs for the future Internet

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar, Project Work
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
M.Sc. Manuel Osdoba
Students:
B.Sc. Michael Braun
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Comparison of known approaches for incremental routing

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert
Students:
Jacqueline White
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Design Multi Objective Decision Making (MODM) algorithm for Cognitive Radio Networks-Disaster scenario

Kind of work:
Advanced Research Project (MSCSP)
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Ali Haider Mahdi
Students:
Mr. Jerome Mohanan
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Design a Routing Engine for Cognitive Radio Networks

Kind of work:
Advanced Research Project (MSCSP)
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Ali Haider Mahdi
Students:
Mr. Haider Abdulkarim
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Internet network graph in chronological sequence

Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Feedbacksysteme

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß
Dipl.-Inf. Stephan Bärwolf
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

priority inheritance, linux kernel 3.1

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß
Dipl.-Inf. Stephan Bärwolf
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

CFS Load-Balancing, Linux Kernel 3.1

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß
Dipl.-Inf. Stephan Bärwolf
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Howto: Netscheduler framework

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß
Dipl.-Inf. Stephan Bärwolf
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

SNMP-Schnittstelle im Softwareprojekt MoSaKa

Kind of work:
Project Work
Supervisor:
Dipl.-Inf. Markus Brückner
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß
Students:
Danny Götte
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Service Placement in Smart Grid networks

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Oleksandr Artemenko
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Evaluation of Smart Grid technologies and standards and international comparison

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Oleksandr Artemenko
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Naming and adressing in NIPCA

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
Students:
Manuel Osdoba
Status:
finished
Abstract:
Available in German, only.

Topic

Export of network topologies

Kind of work:
Project Work
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Visualisation tool for inter-network information

Kind of work:
Project Work
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
Students:
Tim Gubner
Martin Meyer
Status:
finished
Abstract:
Available in German only.

Topic

Konzepte & Modelle für Messungen in Testbeds (real vs. virtuell)

Kind of work:
Bachelor Thesis
Supervisor:
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß
Dipl.-Inf. Stephan Bärwolf
Students:
Christina Melle
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Libvirt Funktionalitäten und Konfiguration

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß
Dipl.-Inf. Stephan Bärwolf
Students:
Wieland Hoffmann
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Comparison of Rendezvous Algorithm for Cognitive Radio networks

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Andre Puschmann
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Transport layer gates for the future Internet approach Forwarding on Gates

Kind of work:
Student research project
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
Students:
Udo Peschek
Status:
finished
Abstract:
This thesis shows the integration of the transport protocol functions into the Future Internet
approach Forwarding on Gates (FoG). From a set of di erent transport protocols,
the Protocol UDT-Java is selected, adapted and inserted into the existing FoG simulation
environment called Frogger. After diverse tests, the suitability of the chosen
variant is described and given a prognosis for the integration of other transport protocols
is given.

Topic

Transmission parameters and quality of service guarantees in context of SIP based video conferencing systems

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert
Students:
Marcel Pennewiß
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Self-Organization in Next Generation Networks

Kind of work:
Master thesis
Supervisor:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Dr.-Ing. Muhammad Naseer ul Islam
Students:
Jill Eischen
Alain Ruppert
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Evaluation of a hierarchical routing system in context of the Future Internet approach

Kind of work:
Master thesis
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert
Students:
Manuel Osdoba
Status:
finished
Abstract:
This thesis presents the evaluation of a hierarchical routing system on the basis of an existing concept. In order to test several scenarios, parts of the concept were implemented. The pre-work was enhanced by distributed computation of routes and hierarchical structures. Associated to that is the election of coordinators as well as the path finding between clusters. In relation to the pre-work, the computation of routes was advanced. This results in a more efficient way to compute routes for packets. Because hierarchical routing can cause high stretch factors, from a defined hierarchical level, a path vector protocol is used instead.

Topic

Quadrocopter Sensor/Actor Event Broker Architecture

Kind of work:
Advanced Seminar
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Tobias Simon
Students:
Usman Syed-Ali Shah
Status:
finished
Abstract:

Topic

Graphical visualisation of a network

Kind of work:
Project Work
Supervisor:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers
Students:
Daniel Renner
Status:
finished
Abstract:
Available in German, only.