Research Seminar on 27.03.2019 16:00
Room 03.07.023

Using the IOMMU for Safe and Secure User Space Network Drivers

Final talk for Master's Thesis
Stefan Huber (Emmerich)

A Software Router Implementation of the Interface to the Routing System Protocol

Final talk for Bachelor's Thesis
Daniel Fomin (Cordeiro)

IoT Service Modelling

Intermediate talk for Master's Thesis
Paulius Sukys (Pahl, Liebald, luebben)

Research Seminar on 08.04.2019 16:00
Room 03.07.023

Amplification Attack Detection using Active Measurements

Final talk for Master's Thesis
Hamza Zafar (Bauer, Gasser, Metzger)

2019 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops): The 2nd International Workshop on 5G and Cooperative Autonomous Driving (5G Auto) (ICC 2019 Workshop - 5G Auto)

Comparison of Optimization Goals for Resilient Routing

With the introduction of 5G, flexible network management through Software-Defined Networking will become available in cellular networks. As this has not been designed for safety-critical application such as autonomous driving or aeronautical applications, special care needs to be taken to use it in such contexts. In this work, different objective functions for optimization and their respective impact on performance characteristics such as link utilization and latency are investigated and compared. This allows to better understand the impact of resilient flow placement under constrained capacity and latency on network performance. Results show that for critical systems, objective functions relating to link capacity result in poorer network performance as latency and resilience are more limiting factors. While optimizations for maximum resilience increase network usage, with tight latency constraints they are comparable in performance with link capacity optimization, while providing more resilience against failures.

Authors: Cora Perner, Georg Carle

2019 IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management

Data Querying and Access Control for Secure Multiparty Computation

Authors: Marcel von Maltitz, Dominik Bitzer, Georg Carle

Proceedings of the 38th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications

DeepTMA: Predicting Effective Contention Models for Network Calculus using Graph Neural Networks (accepted)

Authors: Fabien Geyer, Steffen Bondorf

IM 2019 - IEEE/IFIP Workshop Dissect 2019

Adaptive Network Management for Safety-Critical Systems

Authors: Cora Perner, Holger Kinkelin, Georg Carle

IM 2019 - IEEE/IFIP Workshop HotNSM 2019

Multi-party authorization and conflict mediation for decentralized configuration management processes

Authors: Holger Kinkelin, Heiko Niedermayer, Marc-Oliver Müller, Georg Carle

International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM)

Giving IoT Edge Services an Identity and Changeable Attributes

The Internet of Things (IoT) is managed by soft- ware. This software interfaces our physical surroundings. For a successful deployment of the IoT, providing adequate service security is essential. However, with its distributed heterogeneous nature, and its different stakeholders in the development process, securing IoT services is challenging. In this work we how certificates can be used to give services an identity for authentication. We show how the mechanism can be used to securely add attributes to the service executable. To reflect the dynamic distributed nature of the IoT, we show how the securely added attributes can be changed at runtime and how security policies can be enforced even on distributed loosely coupled IoT nodes. Our solution is based on pinning X.509v3 certificates to the service executables, and autonomously managing short certificate lifetimes for ensuring the desired security policies within guaranteed time limits. Besides the feasibility of our approach we asses the resulting traffic of the renewals and the power consumption of this process.

Authors: Marc-Oliver Pahl, Lorenzo Donini

Hot Topics in Network and Service Management (HotNSM) at International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM)

Multi-Tenant IoT Service Management towards an IOT App Economy

Authors: Marc-Oliver Pahl

Hot Topics in Network and Service Management (HotNSM) at International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM)

Machine-learning based IoT Data Caching

Authors: Marc-Oliver Pahl, Stefan Liebald, Lars Wüstrich

International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM)

A Modular Distributed IoT Service Discovery

The Internet of Things (IoT) consists of collaborating microservices (\muSs). Some services offer interfaces to manage entities, others implement orchestration logic, yet others interface users. Dynamic binding of services is fundamental to enable portability and adaptivity of \muSs to their local (service) context. The central challenge of service composition is service discovery. Service discovery has been investigated a lot in the past. However, the focus was on low ISO/ OSI layer technologies such as UPNP or Bonjour. Implementing the IoT as a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) of \muSs requires a significantly more feature rich discovery on the application layer. A major challenge here is that the IoT is more heterogeneous and dynamic than classic IT SOA systems. The IoT therefore requires a novel service discovery. We present a semantically rich yet simple to use IoT service discovery mechanism. It consists of distributed so called search providers that implement semantic directories, and a federation mechanism that allows mapping complex search queries to simple search provider modules. Our approach reflects the heterogeneity of managed entities, and the dynamic adaptivity required to reflect the continuous changes of IoT spaces. We evaluate our solution qualitatively with a user study and quantitatively via latency measurements.

Authors: Marc-Oliver Pahl, Stefan Liebald


Bidirectional Network Coding in Wireless Networks

Authors: Stephan M. Günther, Maurice Leclaire, Maximilian Riemensberger, Georg Carle, Wolfgang Utschick

IEEE ComSoc ITC Best Paper Award 2017

I8 team awarded IEEE ComSoc ITC Best Paper Award for 2017

A team from TUM's Chair of Network Architectures and Services have been awarded the IEEE ComSoc ITC Best Paper Award 2017. This award honors the best paper in the set of IEEE ComSoc ITC sponsored conferences ...

PAM'18: Best Paper Award

Best Paper Award at PAM 2018

The publication "In Log We Trust: Revealing Poor Security Practices with Certificate Transparency Logs and Internet Measurements" has been awarded with the Best Paper Award at the Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM'18). The publication is the result of an international ...

IMC'17: Community Contribution Award

Community Contribution Award at IMC 2017

The publication "Mission Accomplished? HTTP Security After DigiNotar" has been awarded with the Community Contribution Award at the ACM SIGCOMM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC'17). The publication is an international collaboration with Johanna Amann (ICSI), Lexi Brent (University of Sydney) and Ralph ...

MoonGen wins the Applied Networking Research Prize

Our open source packet generator MoonGen won the Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP)! The Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) awards this prize for applied networking research that is relevant for standardization efforts and research transitioning into shipping Internet products. The ANRP prize will be awarded at the IETF-100 meeting ...

AIMS'17: Best Paper Award

I8 team awarded Best Paper Award at AIMS 2017

A team from TUM's Chair of Network Architectures and Services has been awarded with the Best Paper Award at the "11th International Conference on Autonomous Infrastructure, Management and Security" (AIMS 2017). AIMS'17 Web Page

The ...