Lehrstuhl für Informatik III


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Lehrstuhl für Informatik III

Am Hubland
D-97074 Würzburg


Supervised Theses

Master Theses
  • 1.
    Dietz, K.: Identification and Evaluation of KPIs in SDN via Simulation for Establishing Topology Classifications and Prediction Models, (2020).
  • 2.
    Sommer, M.: Implementation of a Fuzzing Framework for SDN Security Analysis, (2018).
  • 3.
    Pfaff, B.: Evaluation of a Distributed Control Plane for Managing Heterogeneous SDN and Legacy Networks, (2017).
  • 4.
    Müssig, A.: Comparison of State Synchronization Strategies for a Cloud-based Firewall VNF, (2016).
Bachelor Theses
  • 1.
    Khelloqi, S.: Evaluation of Data Augmentation for Machine Learning on Network Traffic, (2021).
  • 2.
    Gray, N.: Evaluation of the Impact of Network Topologies and Applications on Synchronization Strategies of Distributed SDN Controllers, (2020).
  • 3.
    Rosenberger, A.: Evaluation of the Stability of BGP Routes Based on RTT Measurements, (2017).
  • 4.
    Ernst, F.: Einfluss von Netzwerkparamtern auf Synchronisationsmechanismen in Videospielen, (2016).


Lectures (Teaching Assistant)

  • Rechnernetze und Kommunikationssysteme (WS16/17)

Seminar Talks (Tutor)

  • Seminar on Next Generation Networks (WS17/18)
  • Evolution of Exploit Development & Mitigation
  • Seminar on Next Generation Networks (WS17/18)
  • NFP: Enabling Network Function Parallelism in NFV
  • Fuzz Testing - An Overview of Advanced Fuzzing Techniques for Finding Software and Hardware Vulnerabilities
  • Seminar on Next Generation Networks (SS17)
  • NavigaTor: Finding Faster Paths to Anonymity
  • AppScanner: Automatic Fingerprinting of Smartphone Apps From Encrypted Network Traffic
  • Seminar on Next Generation Networks (WS16/17)
  • OpenBox - A Software-Defined Framework for Developing, Deploying, and Managing Network Functions
  • Seminar on Next Generation Networks (SS16)
  • Evolution of Malware
  • Moving Target DDoS Defense
  • Seminar on Next Generation Networks (WS15/16)
  • Securing the Northbound API of a SDN Controller