Industrielle Kommunikation
Industrielle Kommunikation

Computernetworks

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Dipl.-Ing. Manuel Bastert
Alexander Biendarra, B. Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Eugen Breit
Alex Brozmann
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Arnab Ghosh Chowdhury, M. Sc.
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Dipl. Sozialwirtin Nadine Dreyer
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Dr. rer. nat. Mohammad Elattar
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Dipl.-Ing. Sergej Gamper
Dipl.-Inform. Olaf Graeser
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Mohsin Hameed, M. Sc.
Lixue Han, M. Sc.
Dominik Henneke, M. Sc.
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Jahanzaib Imtiaz, M. Sc.
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Barath Kumar, M. Sc.
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Dorota Lang, M. Sc.
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Mainak Majumder, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Carine Timma Mebou
Martin Jan Mytych, B. Sc.
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Santosh Kumar Panda, M. Sc.
Nissrin Arbesun Perez, M. A.
Dipl.-Ing. Carsten Pieper
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Dipl.-Ing. Nils Rumke
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Dipl.-Ing. Markus Schumacher,
Stefan Schwalowsky, M. Sc.
Mark Schäfermann, M. Sc.
Ganesh Man Shrestha, M. Sc.
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Tim Tack, M. Sc.

Industrial communication has its roots in Germany and has been the backbone of every networked automation system for more than 25 years. In Industry 4.0, intelligent networking has a very important role to play. The use of information technologies, which were often designed with a different background than their use in the industrial environment, poses new challenges. In view of the networking typical of Industry 4.0, the importance of reliable and secure communication systems is increasing.  In recent years, network technology has developed into an independent field with its own system theory, special terminology and design methodology, and special measurement technology.

The mission of the Computer Networks group is to harness information and communication technologies (ICT) for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT). In this context, we focus on the entire life cycle from design and commissioning to reliable operation.

Currently, this includes technologies such as Time Sensitive Networking (TSN), Software Defined Networking (SDN) or OPC-UA. In the area of 5G, the working group operates a private cell in the SmartFactoryOWL and has a 5G campus license. For the performance evaluation of new technologies or systems we use simulation techniques (e.g.OMNeT++) and metrological investigations.

An important application area of our research is in the plug-and-produce of networked production systems. This includes, for example, the modeling of security features, which in the future should enable an automatic evaluation of the security properties of automated machines and systems and thus shorten the commissioning time after reconfiguration.

Members of the working group are involved in various committees to structure current research areas and to transfer research results into application and standardization.

 

Student work in the computer networks working group

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  • Master theses
  • Dissertations