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Deutsch Intern
    Lehrstuhl für Informatik III

    Anika Schwind M. Sc.

    Telefon (0931) 31-89033
    Telefax (0931) 31-86632
    E-Mail anika.schwind@informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de
    Raum A212
    Anschrift Lehrstuhl für Informatik III
    Am Hubland
    D-97074 Würzburg

    Open Theses and Projects

    Bachelor Theses

    • Supervisor: Schwind, A.: Crowdsourced Network Measurements: Evaluation and Applicability for 5G, (2019).
       

    Master Theses

    • Supervisor: Schwind, A.: Potential Traffic Savings by Leveraging Proximity of Communication Groups in Mobile Messaging Applications, (2019).
       

    Student Projects

    • Supervisor: Schwind, A.: Investigating the QoE of Instant Messaging, (2019).
       
    • Supervisor: Schwind, A.: Potential Traffic Savings by Leveraging Proximity of Communication Groups in Mobile Messaging, (2019).
       

    Supervised Theses

    • Janiak, T.: Investigating the Influence of Listener Attentiveness on the QoE of Music Streaming, (2019).
       
    • Haberzettl, L.: QoS Assessments of Spotify’s Mobile Application for Audio Streaming, (2019).
       
    • Hildebrand, K.: Towards a Source Traffic Model for Instant Messaging using WhatsApp, (2019).
       
    • Kurak, T.: Subjektive Nutzerstudie zur Untersuchung des Einflusses von persönlicher Bekanntheit und Popularität eines Videos auf die QoE, (2019).
       
    • Poignée, F.: Influence of Tension on QoE in Video Streaming, (2018).
       
    • Janiak, L.: Impact of the measurement design on application behavior of video streaming, (2018).
       
    • Katzmareck, M.: Identifying Relationship Pattern within WhatsApp, (2018).
       
    • Gensler, T.: Concept an Implementation of QoE Measurements for Audio Streaming in Spotify, (2018).
       
    • Waigand, M.: Towards Traffic Management for Mobile Group-based Communication in WhatsApp, (2017).
       

    Lectures (Teaching Assistant)

    • Rechnernetze und Informationsübertragung (WS19/20)
    • Leistungsbewertung verteilter Systeme (SS18)

    Seminar Talks (Tutor)

    • Seminar on New Trends and Current Evolutions of Cloud and Internet Applications (SS19)
      → Session-based Sequential Skip Prediction for Music Streaming
      → Deep Reinforcement Learning for Mobile Social Networks
    • Seminar on New Trends and Current Evolutions of Cloud and Internet Applications (WS18/19)
      → Net Neutrality in Mobile Networks
      → Network Performance Metric Measurement Methods on Mobile Devices
       
    • Seminar on New Trends and Current Evolutions of Cloud and Internet Applications (SS18)
      →  A Socially-Aware In-Network Caching Framework for the Next Generation of Wireless Networks
       
    • Seminar on New Trends and Current Evolutions of Cloud and Internet Applications (WS17/18)
      → Live video streaming with WebRTC: Introduction and current Developments
      → Comparison of Pensieve and other Adaptive Video Streaming Algorithms
       
    • Seminar on New Trends and Current Evolutions of Cloud and Internet Applications (SS17)
      → QoE beyond the MOS