(since April 2014)
This project focuses on designing and evaluating new mechanisms in micro tasking platforms to improve the basic concepts with respect to the interests of provider, employer and worker.
(January 2017 - December 2019)
The project targets the development of fundamental control mechanisms for network-aware application control and application-aware network control for Software Defined Networks (SDN) in order to enhance the user perceived quality (QoE). The idea is to leverage the QoE from multiple applications as control input parameter for application control and network control mechanisms.
5CALE - Massive scaling of fully virtualized 5G mobile core networks in the context of IoT
(Februray 2019 - January 2022)
Within the project, new scaling methods and resource management approaches are being developed for the next generation 5G mobile communication network with IoT traffic. It is funded within the 5G call "Digitale Offensive" of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs with a total budget of one million euros and a term of 3 years.
(March 2019 - February 2022)
On the example of the city of Würzburg the project 5MART develops and evaluates communication technologies and architectures (5G and LPWAN) and open data platforms for smart cities.
(March 2019 - December 2020)
We develop, roll out, and evaluate a LORAWAN network in the city of Würzburg.
(May 2019 - April 2021)
This project focusses on the relationship between the perceived quality of the performance of business applications by the employees and the technical performance data of such applications.
(July 2019 - September 2019)
This project examines the usage of AI methods for the parametrization of convergent, deterministic, industrial networks.
(since June 2018)
This project examines the performance characteristics of IEEE 802.1Q Transmission Selection Algorithms for time-critical traffic.
Performance Evaluation and Network Planning for Automotive TSN
(since May 2019)
This project evaluates how techniques and variants of Time Sensitive Networking (TSN), including IEEE 802.1Qbv and 802.1Qcr, can best be realized in a future, realistic car network with the intention to support autonomous driving. For this we aim to develop a reference architecture and reference packet schedule.
(since December 2017 )
What's Up is an interdisciplinary project together with psychologists of the University of Tübingen to analyze the communication of depressive children and adolescents in WhatsApp. With the help of WhatsAnalyzer, an early-warning system for depressive phases will be developed, which can effectively be used in the treatment of depression.