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Deutsch Intern
Chair of Computer Science III

Anika Seufert M. Sc. (née Schwind)

Phone +49 0931 31-89033
Telefax +49 0931 31-86632
E-Mail

anika.seufert@informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de

Room A212
Address Lehrstuhl für Informatik III
Am Hubland
97074 Würzburg
Germany

Research Interests

My research interests include the following topics:

  • Quality of Experience (QoE) of Internet applications (e.g., video/music streaming apps, mobile messaging apps)
  • Measurements, analysis, and modeling of network traffic
  • QoE-aware network traffic management solutions
  • Performance evaluation and modeling of communication systems
  • Group-based communication

Recent Publications

  • 1.
    Seufert, A., Schröder, S., Seufert, M.: Delivering User Experience over Networks: Towards a Quality of Experience Centered Design Cycle for Improved Design of Networked Applications. SN Computer Science. 2, (2021).
     
  • 2.
    Wamser, F., Seufert, A., Hall, A., Wunderer, S., Hoßfeld, T.: Valid Statements by the Crowd: Statistical Measures for Precision in Crowdsourced Mobile Measurements. Network. 1, 215–232 (2021).
     
  • 3.
    Seufert, A., Wamser, F., Yarish, D., Macdonald, H., Hoßfeld, T.: QoE Models in the Wild: Comparing Video QoE Models Using a Crowdsourced Data Set. 2021 13th International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX). , Montreal, Canada (virtual conference) (2021).
     
  • 4.
    Seufert, A., Wamser, F., Wunderer, S., Hall, A., Hoßfeld, T.: Trust but Verify: Crowdsourced Mobile Network Measurements and Statistical Validity Measures. 2021 Joint European Conference on Networks and Communications & 6G Summit (EuCNC/6G Summit). , Porto, Portugal (virtual conference) (2021).
     
  • 5.
    Borchert, K., Seufert, A., Gamboa, E., Hirth, M., Hoßfeld, T.: In vitro vs in vivo: does the study’s interface design influence crowdsourced video QoE?. Quality and User Experience. (2020).
     

A comprehensive list of all publications can be found here: Publications

 

Teaching

I am currently involved in the following teaching activities: Bachelor Theses, Master Theses, Practical Courses, Seminar. Topics for Bachelor Theses, Master Theses or Practical Courses can be requested at any time. A list of open topics can also be found here: Open Topics.