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.

Date, Time
Event
Room

Final talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Sebastian Di Luzio
(Emmerich)
Writing Network Drivers in JavaScript
Language: German
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Ivan Kendzor
(Helm, Stubbe, Scholz, Geyer)
Modeling Scheduling Algorithms in Network Calculus
Language: German
Date, Time
Event
Room

Final talk for Master's Thesis by
Simon Mages
(Emmerich, Gallenmüller, Scholz)
Comparative Performance Analysis of Userland TCP/IP Implementations
Language: German
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Boris-Chengbiao Zhou
(Emmerich)
Treiber für virtuelle Netzwerkkarten in Rust
Language: German
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Benedikt Müller
(Liebald, Pahl)
Data Obfuscation in the IoT
Language: German
Date, Time
Event
Room

Final talk for Master's Thesis by
Alexander Frank
(Gallenmüller, Scholz, Stubbe)
Evaluation and Analysis of a Hardware Programmable High-Performance Switch
Language: English
Intermediate talk for Master's Thesis by
Felix Hartmond
(Scholz, Gallenmüller, Stubbe)
Network Device Benchmarking with an 100Gb/s P4 Switch
Language: English
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Konstiantyn Redko
(Liebald, Pahl, Scholz, Gallenmüller)
Dynamically reconfigurable Galileo IoT Testbed
Language: English