David Kuß

Dipl.-Inf. (FH) David Kuß

David Kuß received his degree in computer science from Dortmund University of Applied Sciences in 2003.
His professional competences are in the field of software development for automation and semiconductors.
Since 2018, he has been working as a software developer and researcher at the Chair for Communication Networks of Deutsche Telekom at TU Dresden.
He actively supports research groups in the development of demonstrators with a focus on robotics.
His next major project will be the planning and implementation of an interactive kitchen environment on the scale of CeTI.

Contact

Phone: +49 351 463-32155
Email: david.kuss@tu-dresden.de
Room: BAR S19

Research Interests

  • Colloborative Robotics
  • Tactile Internet
  • Medical Assistance
  • Computer Vision
  • CeTI-Bar

Publications

2019

Tsokalo, Ievgenii A.; Kuß, David; Kharabet, Ievgen; Fitzek, Frank H. P.; Reisslein, Martin

Remote Robot Control with Human-in-the-Loop Over Long Distances using Digital Twins Inproceedings

In: 2019 IEEE Global Communications Conference: Selected Areas in Communications: Tactile Internet (Globecom2019 SAC TI), Waikoloa, USA, 2019.

BibTeX

Wu, Huanzhuo; Tsokalo, Ievgenii A.; Kuß, David; Salah, Hani; Pingel, Lukas; Fitzek, Frank H. P.

Demonstration of Network Slicing for Flexible Conditional Monitoring in Industrial IoT Networks Inproceedings

In: 2019 16th IEEE Annual Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC) (CCNC 2019), Las Vegas, USA, 2019.

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Projects

CoBot – Colorectal robotic assistant for laparoscopic surgery
The aim of the project CoBot is to improve robotic-assisted rectal resection by developing novel assistance functions based on recent advances in surgical data science, robotic control and distributed network computing.

TacNet 4.0
The overriding goal of TACNET 4.0 is the development of a uniform industrial 5G communication system, which integrates 5G networks and industrial communication networks.

FastRobotics
Fast robotics aims to supplement or replace existing wired communication systems for robots with mobile radio technology.