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publications

Scalable TCP Throughput Limitation Monitoring

Published in IEEE/IFIP Symposium on Integrated Network and Service Management (IM 2021), 2021

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Recommended citation: Simon Bauer, Florian Wiedner, Benedikt Jaeger, Paul Emmerich, Georg Carle, "Scalable TCP Throughput Limitation Monitoring," in 2021 IEEE/IFIP Symposium on Integrated Network and Service Management (IM 2021), Bordeaux, France (Virtual Conference), May 2021. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9463974

Ducked Tails: Trimming the Tail Latency of(f) Packet Processing Systems

Published in 3rd International Workshop on High-Precision, Predictable, and Low-Latency Networking (HiPNet 2021), 2021

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Recommended citation: Sebastian Gallenmueller, Florian Wiedner, Johannes Naab, Georg Carle, "Ducked Tails: Trimming the Tail Latency of(f) Packet Processing Systems," in 3rd International Workshop on High-Precision, Predictable, and Low-Latency Networking (HiPNet 2021), Izmir, Turkey, Oct. 2021. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9615532

HVNet: Hardware-Assisted Virtual Networking on a Single Physical Host

Published in IEEE INFOCOM WKSHPS: Computer and Networking Experimental Research using Testbeds (CNERT 2022), 2022

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Recommended citation: Florian Wiedner, Max Helm, Sebastian Gallenmueller, Georg Carle, "HVNet: Hardware-Assisted Virtual Networking on a Single Physical Host," in IEEE INFOCOM WKSHPS: Computer and Networking Experimental Research using Testbeds (CNERT 2022) (INFOCOM WKSHPS CNERT 2022), Virtual Event, May 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/INFOCOMWKSHPS54753.2022.9798351

Containing Low Tail-Latencies in Packet Processing Using Lightweight Virtualization

Published in 35rd International Teletraffic Congress (ITC-35), 2023

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Recommended citation: Florian Wiedner, Max Helm, Alexander Daichendt, Jonas Andre, Georg Carle, "Containing Low Tail-Latencies in Packet Processing Using Lightweight Virtualization" , Journal of Network and Systems Management, vol. 31, no. 20, Dec. 2022. https://puma2.inet.tu-berlin.de/~oliver/itc-library/itc35//itc2023-final71.pdf

Control Groups Added Latency in NFVs: An Update Needed?

Published in IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks (NFV-SDN), 2023

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Recommended citation: Florian Wiedner, Alexander Daichendt, Jonas Andre, Georg Carle, "Control Groups Added Latency in NFVs: An Update Needed?", in 2023 IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks (NFV-SDN), Nov. 2023.

The Performance of Post-Quantum TLS 1.3

Published in Proc. International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT), 2023

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Recommended citation: Markus Sosnowski, Florian Wiedner, Eric Hauser, Lion Steger, Dimitrios Schoinianakis, Sebastian Gallenmueller, Georg Carle, "The Performance of Post-Quantum TLS 1.3", Proc. International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT), Paris, France, Dec. 2023. https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3624354.3630585

talks

teaching

Innovative Internet Technologies and Mobile Communications

Seminar, Technical University of Munich, Department of Computer Engineering

Since Winter Term 2020, I am offering topics at the Innovative Internet Technologies and Mobile Communications (IITM) Seminar of the Chair of Network Architectures and Services at the Technical University of Munich. The seminar is offered twice a semester, during the semester and as a block seminar during the break. Goal of the seminar is to conduct a first scientific research on an individual topics provided by different staff members of the chair. Each topic is advised by a research associate of the chair best suited for each topic.

Bachelor and Master Thesis

Theses, Technical University of Munich, Department of Computer Engineering

Moreover, I advise together with my colleagues, we advise Bachelor and Master Thesis as well as Guided Research and Interdisciplinary Projects with supporting the students with our expertise. This includes weekly meetings with the respective student, proof-reading results, providing Feedback and guidance. Moreover, our concept include an introduction talk with Prof. Carle, an intermediate Talk, and a Final Talk for all Students.

iLab1 - Build your own Internet

Pratical Lab Course, Technical University of Munich, Department of Computer Engineering

This practical course teaches the concepts and mechanism building up todays Internet such as IPv4 and IPv6, dynamic Routing, DNS, Linux systems, router, QUIC, and many more. Additionally, we look into the security of systems and the students have a lecture, a pre-course e-learning part and a practical part in our Lab room, where the Students are performing the learned concepts in reality.

I am responsible for writing a new, improved Labsystem, holding lectures such as DNS, DHCP, Fragmentation, NAT, and QUIC as well as for the hardware in the labroom itself. In this course, the focus is on learning practical and theoretical aspects of computer networks.

I am part of the Advisor Team since Winterterm 2020.