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.
NIC-Level Co-Processors for Resilient Coded Networking and Computation
The objectives of the project are to demonstrate the beneficial role that SmartNICs can play for a distributed network and compute infrastructure in embedded, mixed-criticality automotive or Industry 4.0 applications. We plan to investigate means for efficient wire-rate network coding to make the network resources resilient against transient or permanent failures, and to shield router-based or end-node compute resources against possible overload conditions. Our goal is to accomplish these resilience improvements with the lowest possible and deterministic latencies and an overhead price tag of less than existing state-of-the-art approaches.
Scientific LargeScale Infrastructure for Computing/Communication Experimental Studies – Preparatory Phase
The digital infrastructures research community continues to face numerous new challenges towards the design of the Next Generation Internet. This is an extremely complex ecosystem encompassing communication, networking, data-management and data-intelligence issues. SLICES-PP aims to answer these problems by building a large infrastructure needed for experimental research.
Holistic Approaches for 6th Generation Cellular Networks
The '6G-ANNA' project contributes significantly to the development of technologies that will enable the introduction of 6G contributing to technological sovereignty in Germany and Europe.
Security, Usability, Performance, and Privacy Research on Algorand
The TUM project ACE-SUPPRA (Security, Usability, Performance, and Privacy Research in Algorand) was selected for a five year long research initiative grant with educational and outreach elements. The research target is making the blockchain faster and more sustainable.
Research on Future 6G Network Architectures
TUM and the Technical University of Dresden have joined forces to form the 6G-life research hub to drive cutting-edge research for future 6G communication networks with a focus on human-machine collaboration.
Predictive Analysis of Routing and Network flows for an Intelligent Network Management
The subordinate goal of the project PRIMEnet is the development of intelligent and inovative analytic processes for predictive assessments of the quality of service in complex communication networks.
6G Fundamental Research
The objectives of the 6G Future Lab Bavaria are the exploration of novel and fundamental mechanisms for 6G, the demonstration of their feasibility in a proof-of-concept realization, their preparation with repect to a 6G roadmap, and the definition of future-oriented research questions.
Scientific LargeScale Infrastructure for Computing/Communication Experimental Studies – Starting Community
SLICES-SC aims to organise and engage the community around the users of digital science research infrastructures, and address the key issues for providing the infrastructure to a larger audience.