Dr.

Stefan Schmid

Senior Research Scientist

Internet Network Architectures (INET)
TU Berlin / Telekom Innovation Laboratories (T-Labs)
(formerly: Deutsche Telekom Laboratories)
Ernst Reuter Platz 7, TEL 16
D - 10587 Berlin
Germany
phone: +49 30 8353 58479
fax: +49 391 534 78 347
email: stefan.schmid@tu-berlin.de
Stefan Schmid

CV: I studied CS at ETH Zurich (minor: micro/macro economics, internship: CERN) and received my PhD from the Distributed Computing Group (Prof. Roger Wattenhofer), also at ETH Zurich. Subsequently, I had the pleasure to work with Prof. Christian Scheideler at the Chair for Efficient Algorithms at the Technical University of Munich and at the Chair for Theory of Distributed Systems at the University of Paderborn. I now work at the T-Labs and at TU Berlin (group headed by Prof. Anja Feldmann) as a senior research scientist. In the years 2013/14, I am also an INP Visiting Professor at CNRS (LAAS), Toulouse, France.

Research interests: Distributed computing and networks; virtualization and SDN; (distributed and online) algorithms; design of robust and dynamic distributed systems; network economics (incentives, game theory, mechanism design).

News

Publications

Journal, Conference, and Workshop articles in chronological order. Author-versions only! For a BibTeX file, see here, for a version sorted by category (journals, conferences, workshops), see here.

Shorts: Peer-reviewed short papers and posters

Dissertation

Book Chapters

In the Press and Magazines

Some Projects

Ongoing:

Past:

Videos & Demos

Code

Talks

Some slides:

For additional slides contact me by email. For conference talks, see publications above.

Misc Documents

Please note that these documents are sometimes drafts only or work in progress, and are hence not reviewed. Additional tech reports can be found on the institute websites.

Teaching

Courses:

Some TAing, Lectures & Tutorials:

Some recent lecture notes:

Community

Check out the science podcasts on PODC/SPAA/SODA at Abstract Talk! E.g., interviews with Martina Eikel and Christian Scheideler, Rotem Oshman and Nir Shavit, Florian Huc, Gopal Pandurangan and Peter Robinson, Mika Göös, Stacy Patterson, Eli Gafni, George Giakkoupis, Keren Censor-Hillel, Danny Dolev and Joe Halpern, Merav Parter, Anindya De, Michael Mitzenmacher on double hashing and on peeling, etc.

Chairs:

TPCs:

Reviewer (Conferences):

ACM STOC, ACM-SIAM SODA, ICALP, ACM PODC, ACM SPAA, IEEE ICDCS, DISC, STACS, IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE/ACM IWQoS, LATIN, TAPAS, IEEE PIMRC, ACM e-Energy, RAID, WINE, AD-HOC NOW, Euro-Par, etc.

Reviewer (Journals):

SIAM Journal on Computing (SICOMP), IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN), ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR), Springer Algorithmica (ALGO), SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (CCR), ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT), IBM Journal of Research and Development, IEEE Communication Letters (CL), ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS), Elsevier Information Processing Letters (IPL), IEEE Computer (COM), IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), IEEE Transactions on Communications (TCOM), Elsevier Computer Communications (COMCOM), IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (TKDE), IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management (TNSM), IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (TWireless), Elsevier Theoretical Computer Science (TCS), Elsevier Computer Networks (COMNET), Elsevier Journal of Systems and Software (JSS), IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), IEEE Transactions on Computers (TC), Control and Cybernetics Quarterly, IEEE Communications Letters, Springer Theory of Computing Systems (TOCS), Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies (ETT), BISE / Wirtschaftsinformatik, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks (ADHOC) etc.

Reviewer for:

European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), Swiss National Science Foundation, FONDECYT, etc.

I also serve as a IEEE MMTC SecIG key member.

People

PhD students (with Anja Feldmann):

PhD committee:

Students and interns:

Visitors in Berlin:

Older student theses:

Dominic Meier: Anti-Jamming (M), Christoph Renner: Crypto-Breaker (S), Georgios Katsikatsos and Mirwais Tayebi: BookCrossing Webcrawling Project (P), Fabian Hugelshofer: Data Integrity in Pulsar (S), Britz Thibaut: Dynamic Information Aggregation (M), David Mysicka: eMule Revolutions! (M), Christoph Schwank: Grid Computing / BOINC (M), Raphael Schmid: Kangoo Content Distribution (M), Jelan Ong: Recommender System and Scalable Server (M), Dominic Meier: The Family Factor (S), Jean-Luc Geering: World of PeerCraft (A P2P Game) (M), Serkan Bozyigit: Aggressive TCP for BitThief (S), Jun Li: Implementing eQuus, A Robust P2P System (L), Stefan Sieber: Kangoo Eco-System (S), Henrique Saeuberli: Kangoo Groups and Social Networking (M), Dominik Egger, Matthias Hobi, David Huber, Bakshi Nikhil, Raphael Schmid: Kangoo Search (L), Raphael Eidenbenz: Mechanism Design and Game Potentials (D), Sandra Brockmann: Recommender System (D), Dennis Rietmann: Simulation Framework for Malicious Game Theory (intern), Patrick Moor: BitTorrent Fairness (M), Jan Kostka: Byzantine Players in Game Theory (S), Samuel Willimann: Extending Kangoo by a Tit-for-Tat Mechanism (S), Dorian Kind: Implementation of a Peer-to-Peer Reputation System (S), Martin Kos: Kangoo PlanetLab Deployment (S), Remo Meier: Peer-to-Peer Streaming (M), Stefan Weber: PlanetLab Measurements (S), David Mysicka: Reverse Engineering of eMule (S), Luzius Meisser: File Abstraction, Transactions and Caching in Kangoo (M), Adrian Moos: Game-Theoretic Aspects of a Shirker Game (S), Philip Frey: Live Soccer Streaming (M), Dominik Grolimund: Redundancy Management and Reliability in Kangoo (M), Yvonne-Anne Oswald: A Locality Game for P2P Network Creation (S), Lukas Fuellemann: Freeriders and P2P Mechanism Design (S), Dominik Grolimund and Luzius Meisser: Wuala Lab, Rashid Waraich: Peer-to-Peer Live Streaming (S), Thomas Locher: Robust and Locality-Aware P2P Computing (M), Michelle Ackermann: Spamato goes P2P (M), Baptiste Pretre: Study of P2P Attacks and Vulnerabilities (S), Joest Smit: Dynamic Pancake Graph (D), Dominik Grolimund and Luzius Meisser: Implementation of the Kangoo Distributed Hash Table (S).

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Last Change: Tuesday, 29-Jul-2014 10:00:58 CEST