Stefan Senk

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Senk

PhD Researcher
Stefan Senk is a Ph.D. student at “Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communication Networks” at TU Dresden. He is working on the 5G Campus project whose goal is to develop 5G networks for industry partners. This allows to create new, innovative applications for human-robots-cooperation (cobots), for small startups or established companies. 5G communication technology is needed in order to fulfill the requirements, e.g. ultra low latency. Software defined networks, mobile edge computing and network slicing are some of the enabling technologies.

His main research interest is Time-sensitive Networking (TSN) and the integration of 5G as virtual TSN bridge.

He was born in Berlin, Germany and studied at the Technische Universität Dresden where he received his degree “Diplom-Ingenieur” (Dipl.-Ing.) in electrical engineering in July 2019. He has worked as a student helper for 3 years at Cloud & Heat Technologies GmbH, a startup company in Dresden working on the topic of sustainable green distributed cloud data centers.


Phone: +49 351 463-40777
Address: BAR I/20

Research Interests

  • 5G Campus solutions (alias non-public networks)
  • Time-Sensitive Networking:
    • accurate time synchronization
    • scheduling and traffic shaping
    • reliability enhancements
  • high precision measurements



Please find open topics here: Open Topics.

  • Diploma thesis – Tobias Scheinert: “Intelligent Optimization using AI for Emerging Time-Sensitive Applications”
  • Diploma thesis – Hengkai Zhao: “A Study on 5G Quality of Service Mechanisms with OMNeT++”
  • Student thesis – Yankai Su: “Design and Analysis of a Test Bed for IETF Network Slicing”
  • Student thesis – Mingxuan Liu: “Studying the Asynchronous Traffic Shaper with OMNeT++”
  • Student thesis – Kunru Zou: “Time-Sensitive Networking Extensions for Future Industrial 5G Systems”
  • Student thesis – Abraham Payasian: “Exploring Efficient Time-aware Shaper Configurations for the Fully Centralized TSN Network Controller”
  • Student thesis – Lucas Danz: “Towards Predictable 5G: A System Analysis”
  • Scientific working (“Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsmethodik”) – Sophian Elias Romdhani: “A Study on 5G Device-to-Device Communication”
  • Oberseminar – Yankai Su: “Security Aspects of 5G Network Slicing”
  • Oberseminar – Wenhao Ma: “TSN: Asynchronous Traffic Shaper”
  • Oberseminar – Abraham Payasian: “Reliability Enhancements for 5G-Time-Sensitive Networking”
  • Hauptseminar: “Build your own Video Chat”
  • Supervisor for student helpers (Jannek, Julius, Abraham, Florian)




  • European Wireless 2023
  • European Wireless 2022
  • IEEE Access


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Ulbricht, Marian; Senk, Stefan; Nazari, Hosein K.; Liu, How-Hang; Reisslein, Martin; Nguyen, Giang T.; Fitzek, Frank H. P.

TSN-FlexTest: Flexible TSN Measurement Testbed (Extended Version) Journal Article

In: 2022, (arXiv pre-print).

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Senk, Stefan; Itting, Sebastian A. W.; Gabriel, Jennifer; Lehmann, Christopher; Höschele, Thomas; Fitzek, Frank H. P.; Reisslein, Martin

5G NSA and SA Campus Network Testbeds for Evaluating Industrial Automation Proceedings Article

In: European Wireless 2021, 2021.


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