My research interests include protocols with real-time and partial reliability support, transmission optimisation using transparent segmentation, Software-Defined Networking technologies, and Data Science for Networking Environments.
Visit my profile page at the Telecommunications Lab for more information on these projects and a list of publications. See the Open Networking group page for more details on my research project. Code and evaluations are published at GitHub.
Here is an abridged list of the textbooks I read over the last few years. I enjoyed reading them very much, so I recommend them wholeheartedly. The list is ever growing and updated from time to time. (alphabetical order)
Since December 2004 I am a member of DLRG and since January 2010 I am part of the Malteser Hilfsdienst. From 2004 to 2009 I did all lifesaving badges and the snorkel diving badge. In 2007 I took part in a paramedic training. Now I am giving courses in swimming and lifeguard, and I am regularly attending advanced courses and seminars.
From 2010 on, I have spent about five weekends a year at local lakes and water-related events. I took part in ZWRD-K at Borkum in 2011, 2016 (2x) and 2017. I completed my Fachausbildung Wasserrettungsdienst in mid 2012 and in September 2012 I passed the coxswain examination.
Back in 2010 I started to teach lifeguarding and swimming to youths, so I am used to organise and conduct one course per season. Since January 2015, I hold the Lehrschein. In addition to that I give occasional first-aid courses that are associated with the examinations for lifesaving badges and mandatory for our active lifeguards. This is the complete (and growing) list:
Furthermore, I occasionally give first-aid courses for companys and institutions on behalf of the Malteser Hilfsdienst. I hold an instructor license since 2010 and give 2-3 courses per year.