Communication Networks

Lukas Osswald, M.Sc.

Researcher & PhD Student

Telefon +49 7071 29-70545
Telefax +49 7071 29-5220
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Raum B303
Anschrift

Lehrstuhl für Kommunikationsnetze

Universität Tübingen

Wilhelm-Schickard-Institut für Informatik
Sand 13, 72076 Tübingen

I'm a researcher and PhD student at the Chair of Communication Networks at University of Tübingen. Previously, I studied computer science (Master's degree) at University of Tübingen and computer science (Bachelor's degree) at DHBW Stuttgart.

Research Interests

  • Time-Sensitive Networking
  • Industrial Communication Networks
  • Network Security
2014-2017
B.Eng. Computer Science (DHBW Stuttgart)

2017-2018
Embedded Software Developer

2018-2020
M.Sc. Computer Science (EKUT)

since 2020
PhD Student and Researcher

at the Department of Computer Science, Chair of Communication Networks


Project Work

KITOS

Künstliche Intelligenz zur dynamischen Optimierung des Netzwerkmanagements
KITOS develops concepts for the management of TSN-based networks supported by artificial intelligence (AI).
In the project, the consortium partners develop AI algorithms that give networks the necessary dynamics and reliability for industry 4.0 scenarios and allow users to use them easily and without in-depth network or AI knowledge. Intelligent tools support decision making, allow more efficient use of resources and enable higher performance configurations. For active operation, the network management is secured against failures with AI-supported error detection and adaptation mechanisms.

KITOS at BMBF

Teaching

Supervised Theses and Student Research Projects

Ongoing

M.Sc. Design and Implementation of a CNC for TSN Networks
B.Sc. Implementation and Evaluation of PSFP in the NeSTiNg Simulation Framework

Publications

Talks

  1. Lukas Osswald: Performance Comparison of VPN Solutions, 1st ITG Workshop on IT Security (ITSec), Tuebingen, Germany, April 2020.

Theses

  1. Lukas Osswald: Design and Implementation of a RAP Prototype for Centralized Network/Distributed User Model in TSN, Master's Thesis, University of Tuebingen, October 2020
  2. Lukas Osswald: Datenbankbasiertes Data Management im Embedded System, Bachelor's Thesis, Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart, October 2017