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Current Research Projects: Connected and Mobile Systems

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Research Profile

The research in the Connected and Mobile Systems (CM) group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Wolf is on architectures of communication and networking systems considering application requirements especially for, but not limited to, the Internet in a broad sense. Our research areas include

  • Wireless Networking and Mobile Computing
  • Opportunistic and Disruption-Tolerant Networking
  • Vehicular Networking
  • Wireless Sensor Networking
  • Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
  • Multimedia Networking and Infrastructures
  • Future Network Architectures

These areas aren't separated but overlappend, leading to interesting influences on each other.
Further, there are sometimes infrastructure and support oriented projects, e.g. for e-learning purposes like Docoloc.


Ballisto

Ballistocardiography

Accelerometer Aided Cardiography
Controlling Concurrent Change logo
CoN.CPS

CoN.CPS

Cooperative Networked Cyber-Physical Systems

EnEff Campus 2020

Energieeffizienter Campus 2020 - Wissenschaftliche Begleitung der Umsetzung und Monitoring
Gait-based Device Pairing

Gait-based Device Pairing

Device-to-Device Pairing based on Human Gait
IBR-DTN

IBR-DTN

An efficient bundle protocol implementation for embedded systems
INGAInexpensive Node for Genreal Applications
InPhase
Phase-based Ranging and Localization
LiteraTUgo
PotatoNetOutdoor Testbed to evaluate WSNs exposed to real environmental conditions
PotatoNetRobust, Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Networks for Outdoor Scenarios by Adaption of Operation Parameters
SecForCARs logo

Security for connected autonomous cars


last changed 2016-02-18, 14:18 (dynamic content) by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lars Wolf
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