Oberseminar Kommunikationsnetze


Lecturer: Professor Frank FitzekLecturer: Professor Frank Fitzek
M.Sc. Huanzhuo WuTeaching assistant: M.Sc. Huanzhuo Wu



This oberseminar introduces the topics, which are about the ongoing research workings of Ph.D. researchers and colleagues from our chair, as well as invited guests.
We encourage all our students to attend this oberseminar, to see what our chair is currently working on.

General Information

  • Wednesday 14:50 – 16:20 (5.DS)
  • BAR I15, Barkhausen Bau,
  • Elective course, 9. semester
  • Module number: ET-12 10 23
  • 0 2 0 (V/Ü/P), 4 LP/Credits



  • The module mark M results from the weighted average of examination results: M=(2M1+M2)/3, which consists of a report M1 with 15-25 pages and a project defense M2 for 20 minutes presentation plus 10 minutes Q&A.
  • Supervision is provided by the respective Ph.D. researcher.
  • A Latex template for the report is available: OS_Report_Template.

Time Schedule (Preliminary)

16.Oct.2019Huanzhuo WuOrganizational Information
16.Oct.2019SupervisorProject Offers
23.Oct.2019 @ 14:50Frank GabrielMultipath Network Coding
23.Oct.2019 @ 15:35
30.Oct.2019 @ 14:50Zuo XiangHigh Performance Packet IO and Processing in GNU/Linux OS
30.Oct.2019 @ 15:35
06.Nov.2019 @ 14:50Máté Tömösközi
06.Nov.2019 @ 15:35Maroua Taghouti
13.Nov.2019 @ 14:50Simon WunderlichApplication and Development of Network Coding Strategies for Many Core Architectures
13.Nov.2019 @ 15:35Juan Alberto Cabrera Guerrero
27.Nov.2019 @ 14:50Tung DoanEnabling Fast Service Migration in Mobile Edge Cloud Using State Management Framework
27.Nov.2019 @ 15:35Robert-Steve Schmoll
04.Dec.2019 @ 14:50Elif TasdemirApplication of Sliding Window Network Coding on Multi-hop Communication
04.Dec.2019 @ 15:35Vincent Latzko
11.Dec.2019 @ 14:50Christopher LehmannCooperative Multicast
11.Dec.2019 @ 15:35Vu NguyenTunable Expansion Packets for Fulcrum Codes
18.Dec.2019 @ 14:50Alexander KroppLow Delay Video Streaming
18.Dec.2019 @ 15:35Justus Rischke
Reinforcement Learning for Routing in Software-defined Networks
End of the SemesterSupervisorFinal Presentation