Andreas Ingo Grohmann

Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Ingo Grohmann

PhD Researcher

Andreas Ingo Grohmann has been a Ph.D. researcher at the “Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communication Networks” at TU Dresden since receiving his Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering from TU Dresden in 2019. From 2015 he worked at the chair as a student helper on routing in wireless mesh networks and orchestration in the context of mobile edge computing. As PhD Researcher his focus shifted to 5G campus networks for Industry 4.0. Upcoming use cases enabled through private 5G networks will boost productivity and efficiency in big companies as well as in SMEs. To enable this in an economical reasonable way 5G solutions need to be adapted to the actual demand of each company. A flexible and thus promising solution for this is OpenRAN. This approach is currently the main focus of his research.

Research Interests

  • 5G Campus Networks
  • OpenRAN
  • Cooperative Communication Systems
  • Network Architecture for Industry 4.0
  • In Network Computing

Review / TPC member service

  • IEEE ICC 2020
  • IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics
  • European Wireless 2022


Phone: +49 351 463-33474
Room: BAR I/23


Student Thesis

  • Study of network conditions of Thread networks of upcoming 5G IoT sensor networks (Adrian Bretschneider Perez)
  • Disaggregated Radio Access Network Latency Analysis (Fengmin Shen)

Diploma Thesis

  • Study and optimization of OpenThread wireless sensor networks with mobile nodes (Lukas Pingel)
  • AI aided robot remote control (Adrian Bretschneider Perez)
  • Cloud based robot grasp detection for industry 4.0 (Robert Mörseburg)

Master Thesis

  • Investigation of smart routing and queue management for on the fly processing (Mao Xinwei)


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