A selection of the chair's projects

This list shows the currently running and typically publically funded projects of our chair. These projects are typically carried out in cooperation with other research institutes and companies.

Measurements for Composable Performance Models of Cyber-Physical Network Components

The Moonshine project aims for a measurement-based approach towards composable models for cyber-pysical networked systems (CPNs), considering different wireless technologies and software stacks while employing modelling techniques such as stochastic network calculus.

Automatisiertes Performance-Monitoring

The AutoMon project studies and develops processes to provide cross-layer correlation of network monitoring data in enterprise networks. This allows to detect outages and disruptions in a timely fashion and identify their root causes. To this end the developed system executes automated and visually comprehensible outage analysis. The integrated business intelligence solution provides data for organizational planning and decision making.

Decentralized Anomaly Detection

Today's IT systems used by corporations a caracterized by a steadily growing number of computers and other devices. Furthermore, virtually all devices are connected via networks. Lastly, the complexity of dependencies between computers and services is growing. The named reasons make it difficult to understand, protect and maintain the functionality of computer networks already today.

Detection of Security Incidents at IXPs

The overall goal of X-Check (Cross-Check) is to provide improved security for ICT-systems by leveraging data from Internet Exchange Points (IXP). X-Check designs and implements a system for the large-scale detection of (a) known security incidents and (b) novel, unconventional anomalies at central Internet nodes.

Cost Action on Resilient Communication Services Protecting End-user Applications from Disaster-based Failures

Cost Action on Resilient Communication Services Protecting End-user Applications from Disaster-based Failures

SEcure Networking for a DATa Center Cloud in Europe

Within the SENDATE-PLANETS project, all project partners together will design a network architecture and technologies for secure and flexible distributed data centers in close collaboration. The target is to develop security mechanisms for NFV/SDN networks as well as set up, develop, and optimize VNFs and their placement in distributed data centers.

TUM Secure Email and User Certification

Earlier Projects