Welcome to the Communication Technologies group!

The Chair of Communication Technologies aims at the investigation of future communication networks and future applications offered through these networks.

The chair focuses on the following research topics:

  • algorithms and mechanisms to design and operate communication networks 
  • network architectures and protocols for future communication technologies
  • performance evaluation of networked and distributed systems
  • network security
  • wireless and cellular networks

Our vision is that networked systems should become self-* (i.e., self-configuring, self-adjusting, self-optimizing).

Accordingly, we are currently particularly interested in automated and data-driven approaches to design, optimize, and verify networked systems.

Research Group Lead

Prof. Stefan Schmid [» CV]

For a list of publications see Stefan Schmid's profiles on Google scholar and DBLP.

 News & Events

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Ivona Brandic will be talking about "Facilitating Near real time analytics on the edge through staleness control"

Check out our open projects and thesis topics on our website.

on "Scalable distributed data structures: queues, stacks, and heaps"

Guy Avni (IST Austria) gives a talk on "game theory in networks"

on "Set-Constrained Delivery Broadcast: Definition, Abstraction Power, and Computability Limit" ...


Our paper “Charting the Complexity Landscape of Virtual Network Embeddings” wins ...

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