Thomas Höschele

Dipl.-Wi.-Ing. Thomas Höschele

PhD Researcher

Thomas Höschele is a Ph.D. researcher at the Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communication Networks at TU-Dresden. He joined the chair in March 2018.
He studied at the Technical University of Dresden and received his Dipl.-Wirtschaftsingenieur (Business Administration and Engineering) degree, with a focus of innovation management, finance and process automation in 2011. For his diploma thesis he evaluated different methods for process automation of biogas plants. After his diploma he worked as a project manager from 2011 till 2018 for an engineering company in Freital with a focus on street lightning.

He supported the 5G Lab by analyzing the impact of 5G at the Core Internet infrastructure and worked at the Smart Systems Hub Dresden until May 2019. He is currently leading a research team on 5G Campus networks.

Contact

Phone: +49 351 463-34621
Email: thomas.hoeschele@tu-dresden.de
Room Number: BAR S-16

Research Interests

  • Ultra reliable and low latency communication in private networks.
  • Mobile communication Core architecture, infrastructure and functionality.
  • Technical and economical aspects on Interdomain Slicing / Transport Slicing..

Supervision

Diploma Thesis

  • Technologietransfer: Am Beispiel von 5G-Campus-Netzen (Alina Ostenda)

Publications

2020

Fitzek, Frank H P; Seeling, Patrick ; Höschele, Thomas ; Jacobfeuerborn, Bruno

On the Need of Computing in future Communication Networks Book Chapter

Fitzek, Frank H P; Granelli, Fabrizio ; Seeling, Patrick (Ed.): 1 , Chapter 1, Elsevier, 1, 2020, (https://cn.ifn.et.tu-dresden.de/compcombook/).

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