Florian Beenen, M.Sc.

Researcher & PhD Student

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Telefax +49 7071 29-5220
E-Mail florian.beenen@uni-tuebingen.de
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Lehrstuhl für Kommunikationsnetze

Universität Tübingen

Wilhelm-Schickard-Institut für Informatik

Sand 13, 72076 Tübingen

I'm a researcher and external PhD student at the Chair of Communication Networks at University of Tübingen. I am part of the PhD program at Robert Bosch GmbH where I conduct research on future 6G mobile communication technologies.

2014 - 2018
B.Sc. Computer Engineering

Graduated at FH Wedel, University of Applied Sciences

2018 - 2020
M.Sc. Computer Engineering

Graduated at Heidelberg University, Chair of Computer Architecture (CAG)

2021 - 2022
Research assistant

Research assistant at the Chair of Circuit Design (SuS), Institute of Computer Engineering (ZITI), Heidelberg University

Since November 2022
PhD Student

PhD Student at Robert Bosch GmbH, supervision by Chair of Communication Networks, University of Tübingen

Research Interests

My current research areas include:

  • Mobile communication with 6G (Sidelink communication, Network of Networks, 6G-Subnetworking)
  • Vehicular communication networks
  • Interworking of mobile communication with Time-Sensitive Networking

Project Work


Goal of the German publicly funded project 6G-ANNA ("6G-Access, Network of Networks, Automation & Simplification) is a holistic end-to-end architecture design for the sixth generation of mobile communication. The project investigates the basics of radio media access and develops innovative protocols and signal processing methods. Building on that, network management and orchestration strategies are subsequently evaluated. The project runs from 07/2022 to 06/2025 and includes around 30 partners ranging from academia to industry in various fields. The broad field of expertise provided by the partners ensures that a large number of use cases will be reflected in the ensuing standardization of 6G which is expected to happen around the year 2030.