Bastian Bloessl

Dr. Bastian Bloessl

Contact

E-mail:

Telephone: +49 6151 16-25477

Fax: +49 6151 16-25471

Office: 215 (Building S2|20)

Address:
Technical University of Darmstadt
Department of Computer Science
Pankratiusstr. 2
64289 Darmstadt
Germany

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Short Biography

Bastian Bloessl is a postdoctoral researcher at the Secure Mobile Networking Lab (SEEMOO) of TU Darmstadt in Germany. Before moving to Darmstadt, Bastian was a research fellow at the CONNECT Center, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland’s Research Center for Future Networks and Communications, where he was funded through a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship. He received his PhD (“Dr. rer. nat.”, summa cum laude) in Computer Science from Paderborn University, Germany, in 2018 and his MSc (“Dipl.-Inform.”) in Computer Science from University of Würzburg, Germany, in 2011. He started his PhD at the Computer and Communication Systems Group at the University of Innsbruck, Austria in 2011, moving with the group to Paderborn University in 2014 to continue his studies. In 2015, he won a FitWeltweit scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), which funded a six-month stay in the research group of Prof. Mario Gerla at the Computer Science Department of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His research is focused on real-time signal processing for software defined wireless networks as well as the performance and robustness of vehicular and sensor networks. Since 2017, Bastian is a Project Officer of GNU Radio, a popular open source software defined radio framework.

Research Interests

  • Wireless Communications
  • Software Defined Wireless Networks
  • Vehicular and Sensor Networks

Open Theses

  • 2020/02/19

    Software Defined Wireless Networks

    Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis

    I work a lot with Software Defined Radio, in particular GNU Radio. Talk to me, if you are interested in:

    • Implementing or testing a standard or proprietary technology.
    • Real-time signal processing (e.g., scheduling or benchmarking).
    • Hardware acceleration (SIMD, FPGA, or GPU).
    • Distributed signal processing.

    If you are excited about one of these topics, we can come up with a Bachelor or Master thesis that matches your interest.

    Supervisor: Dr. Bastian Bloessl

  • 2020/02/18

    Spectrum Monitoring with Smart Street Lamps

    Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis

    Supervisors: Dr. Bastian Bloessl, Lars Almon, MSc.

  • 2019/05/15

    GNU Radio on Android

    Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis

    Supervisor: Dr. Bastian Bloessl

Ongoing Theses

Supervised Theses