Talks Rss

Lectures and presentations on recent research projects are held by students, graduands, scientific staff and guests in regular seminars for this purpose.

All information about public talks (as well as offered theses and HiWi-Jobs) can be received via the mailing list

Recordings of selected Talks can be accessed on our media portal.

Date, Time
Event
Room

Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Robert Junge
(Gallenmüller, Naab, Scholz)
Impact of Meltdown and Spectre on Networking Performance
Language: English
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Benedict Blümel
(Gallenmüller, Naab)
Latency Measurements for Intrusion Prevention Systems
Language: English
Intermediate talk for Master's Thesis by
Glenn Skjong
(Jelten, Scheitle)
Internet Toplists: Creating an Alternative Internet Top List Service
Language: English
Intermediate talk for Interdisciplinary Project by
Johannes Zirngibl
(Naab, Scheitle)
Creating IPv6 Hitlists through Rigorous and Deterministic rDNS Walking
Language: German
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Christian Hofbauer
(Rouhi, Naab, Bauer)
Investigating Passive Delay Measurement Techniques on Sampled Traffic
Language: English
Date, Time
Event
Room

Final talk for Master's Thesis by
Max Helm
(Gasser, Hof, Scheitle)
Tamper-Evident Publication of Internet Measurements
Language: English
Final talk for Master's Thesis by
Dominik Schöffmann
(Gallenmüller, Scholz, Geyer)
High-Performance State Machines for Software Packet Processing Systems
Language: English
Final talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Jonatán Juhás
(Gallenmüller, Scholz)
Developing a Virtualized Measurement Testbed for Reproducible Network Experiments
Language: English
Date, Time
Event
Room

Final talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Felix Schorer
(Günther, Leclaire, Naab)
TUMexam: Building an Extension for Creating and Grading Digital Exams
Language: German
Final talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Moschino Breuer
(Günther, Leclaire, Naab)
TUMexam: Building a Reliable and Secure Platform for Taking Digital Exams
Language: German
Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis by
Pan Zhihui
(Geyer, Jaeger)
Predicting Internet Paths Dynamics using Machine Learning
Language: English
Final talk for Interdisciplinary Project by
Felix Wruck
(Günther, Leclaire, Gallenmüller)
Open WLAN
Language: German