Robin Klose

Robin Klose

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Technische Universität Darmstadt
Department of Computer Science
Mornewegstr. 32
D-64293 Darmstadt

Research Interests

  • Communication Technology
  • Medium Access Control and Decentralized Scheduling
  • Synchronization of Physically Uncoupled Devices
  • Wireless Mesh Networks
  • Machine Learning
  • Software Defined Radios

Open Theses

  • 2018/07/25

    Classification and Estimation of Global Network Properties in Wireless Multi-Hop Networks

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    Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis

    Knowledge of global network state is crucial for several innovative network optimization techniques. However, these techniques are often evaluated in simulation environments with omniscient knowledge about the network at individual nodes, which is not realistic in practical scenarios. In fact, an individual

  • 2018/07/25

    CSMA/CD for Wi-Fi

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    Master Thesis

    Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) is a technique used in wired networks like Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) to improve network performance by efficient medium access. When a collision is detected, the colliding nodes terminate their transmissions to keep the collision time as short as possible.

  • 2018/06/29

    Rapid Prototyping of Real-Time Wi-Fi on SDRs

    Thesis Type

    Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis, Project

    Rapid prototyping allows to evaluate the system performance in an early stage of development under highly realistic conditions. The goal of this project is to build a real-time Wi-Fi design on the FPGA of a USRP N210 [1] software-defined radio (SDR) with Matlab/Simulink and other tools. This work should essentially serve as

  • 2018/06/29

    Scheduling Algorithms in Wireless Networking Using Machine Learning

    Master Thesis

    Carrier-sense multiple access (CSMA)-type random access algorithms and their variants such as the queue-length based CSMA (Q-CSMA) [1] are widely adopted in the ad-hoc wireless networking community. Their performance with respect to various metrics, such as throughput and delay have been studied in the

  • 2018/06/25

    Secure Distance Bounding via TDoA-based Hyperbolic Multilateration with IEEE 802.11

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    Master Thesis, Project

    There is an increasing number of applications and technical systems in which the physical presence of one device unlocks a certain functionality of another device. Prominent examples include touchless access systems, wireless payment services, and localization services. Touchless access systems, for instance, unlock

Ongoing Theses

  • 2018/05/01

    Separation of Channel Coefficients with Deep Neural Networks

    Bachelor Thesis

    The separation of channel coefficients is a time-consuming operation. In this thesis project, we are going to explore the suitability of deep neural networks (DNNs) to speed up a specific PHY-related optimization task.

Supervised Theses

  • 2018/03/28

    NEAT-TCP: Generation of TCP Congestion Control through Neuroevolution of Augmenting Topologies for Wireless Multi-Hop Networks

    Bachelor Thesis

    TCP performance in wireless multi-hop networks (WMNs) is hard to achieve due to losses on the wireless channel, interferences and limited resources at individual nodes. Recent research has proposed a simple neural network (NN) structure with one input layer, two hidden layers, and one output layer that efficiently

  • 2018/03/08

    Practical Broadcast Tree Construction with Potential Game for Energy-Efficient Data Dissemination in Ad-Hoc Networks

    Bachelor Thesis

    This project addresses the problem of energy-efficient data dissemination from a source node to all other nodes in a wireless multi-hop network. Mahdi Mousavi et al. from the Communications Engineering Lab at TU Darmstadt have devised a decentralized algorithm towards this goal that is based on game theory [1].

  • 2017/12/19

    Estimating Global MANET Metrics Based on Locally Observed Information

    Bachelor Thesis

    Knowledge of global network state is crucial for several innovative network optimization techniques. Essentially, incorporating knowledge about the overall network state into locally made decisions at decentralized nodes might improve the overall network performance. A node might for instance perform

  • 2017/08/10

    Collide, Collate, Collect: Recognizing Senders in Wireless Collisions

    Bachelor Thesis

    [Abstract of final thesis] With wireless mobile IEEE 802.11a/g networks, collisions are currently inevitable despite effective counter measures. This work proposes an approach to detect the MAC addresses of transmitting stations in case of a collision, and measures its practical feasibility. Recognizing senders using

  • 2016/04/04

    Location Privacy of Digital Trunked Radio

Publications

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2019

Alt, Bastian ; Weckesser, Markus ; Becker, Christian ; Hollick, Matthias ; Kar, Sounak ; Klein, Anja ; Klose, Robin ; Kluge, Roland ; Koeppl, Heinz ; KhudaBukhsh, Wasiur R. ; Luthra, Manisha ; Mousavi, Mahdi ; Mühlhäuser, Max ; Pfannemüller, Martin ; Rizk, Amr ; Schürr, Andy ; Steinmetz, Ralf (2019):
Transitions: A Protocol-Independent View of the Future Internet.
In: Proceedings of the IEEE, S. 835-846, 107, (4), ISSN 0018-9219,
DOI: 10.1109/JPROC.2019.2895964,
[Article]

Pfannemüller, Martin ; Weckesser, Markus ; Kluge, Roland ; Edinger, Janick ; Luthra, Manisha ; Klose, Robin ; Becker, Christian ; Schürr, Andy (2019):
CoalaViz: Supporting Traceability of Adaptation Decisions in Pervasive Communication Systems.
In: 2019 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, PerCom Workshops 2019, [Conference item]

Pfannemüller, Martin ; Edinger, Janick ; Weckesser, Markus ; Kluge, Roland ; Luthra, Manisha ; Klose, Robin ; Becker, Christian ; Schürr, Andy (2019):
Demo: Visualizing Adaptation Decisions in Pervasive Communication Systems.
In: 2019 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, PerCom Workshops 2019, [Conference item]

2018

Gringoli, Francesco ; Klose, Robin ; Hollick, Matthias ; Ali, Nahla (2018):
Making Wi-Fi Fit for the Tactile Internet: Low-Latency Wi-Fi Flooding Using Concurrent Transmissions.
In: 2018 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops), ISSN 2474-9133,
DOI: 10.1109/ICCW.2018.8403487,
[Conference item]

2016

Pfeiffer, Martin ; Kwiotek, Jan-Pascal ; Classen, Jiska ; Klose, Robin ; Hollick, Matthias (2016):
Analyzing TETRA Location Privacy and Network Availability.
New York, NY, USA, ACM, In: 6th Workshop on Security and Privacy in Smartphones and Mobile Devices, Vienna, Austria, In: SPSM '16, DOI: 10.1145/2994459.2994463,
[Online-Edition: http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2994459.2994463],
[Conference item]

2013

Klose, Robin ; Loch, Adrian ; Hollick, Matthias (2013):
Evaluating Dynamic OFDMA Subchannel Allocation for Wireless Mesh Networks on SDRs.
In: Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop of Software Radio Implementation Forum (SRIF 2013), co-located with ACM Sigcomm 2013, [Conference item]

Loch, Adrian ; Klose, Robin ; Hollick, Matthias ; Kuehne, Alexander ; Klein, Anja (2013):
Practical OFDMA in Wireless Networks with Multiple Transmitter-Receiver Pairs.
IEEE, In: Proceedings of the 14th IEEE International Symposium and Workshops on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM), Madrid, Spain, [Online-Edition: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/abstractAuthors.jsp?arnumber=...],
[Conference item]

Klose, Robin ; Loch, Adrian ; Hollick, Matthias (2013):
A Rapid Prototyping Framework for Practical OFDMA Systems using Software Defined Radios.
In: Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Sensing, Communication, and Networking (SECON 2013), [Conference item]

Klose, Robin ; Loch, Adrian ; Hollick, Matthias (2013):
A Rapid Prototyping Framework for Practical OFDMA Systems using Software Defined Radios.
In: Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE International Conference on Sensing, Communication, and Networking (SECON 2013), [Conference item]

Loch, Adrian ; Klose, Robin ; Hollick, Matthias ; Kuehne, Alexander ; Klein, Anja (2013):
Practical OFDMA in Wireless Networks with Multiple Transmitter-Receiver Pairs.
In: Proceedings of the 14th IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM 2013, Demo Session), [Conference item]

Klose, Robin ; Loch, Adrian ; Hollick, Matthias (2013):
Evaluating Dynamic OFDMA Subchannel Allocation for Wireless Mesh Networks on SDRs.
New York, USA, ACM, In: 2nd Workshop on Software Radio Implementation Forum (SRIF), ISBN 978-1-4503-2181-5 ,
[Online-Edition: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2491249],
[Conference item]

2010

Klose, Robin (2010):
Implementation of a software architecture to control and regulate an autonomous sailing ship with distributed sensors.
Darmstadt, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Department of Computer Science, [Bachelor thesis]

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Teaching

Summer Term 2015:

  • Allgemeine Informatik I

Winter Term 2015/16:

  • Mobile Networking

Summer Term 2016:

  • Allgemeine Informatik I
  • Seminars on Networking, Security, Mobility, and Wireless Communications
    Supervised Topics:
    • Computer-Generated Congestion Control
    • Ubiquitous RF-powered Computing

Winter Term 2016/17:

  • Mobile Networking

Summer Term 2017:

  • Seminars on Networking, Security, Mobility, and Wireless Communications
    Supervised Topics:
    • Computer-Generated Congestion Control
    • Advanced Relaying in Multi-Hop Wireless Networks

Winter Term 2017/18:

  • Mobile Networking
  • Seminars on Networking, Security, Mobility, and Wireless Communications
    Supervised Topics:
    • Software-Defined Vehicular Networking
  • Secure Mobile Networking Lab and Project
    Supervised Topics:
    • Performance of Neural Network Decoding

Summer Term 2018:

  • Seminars on Networking, Security, Mobility, and Wireless Communications
    Supervised Topics:
    • Metaheuristics in Wireless Networking
    • Optimal Medium Access Control
  • Secure Mobile Networking Lab and Project
    Supervised Topics:
    • NEAT-TCP in a Wireless Testbed
    • PHY ex Machina

Short Biography

Robin Klose has studied Information Systems Technology at Technische Universität Darmstadt (TUD). He received his Bachelor of Science in 2009 and his Master of Science in 2012 (with honor). In his studies, he has specialized in embedded systems, computer networks and communication technology. Besides his studies, Robin has been working at Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) in Langen for four years, where he developed drivers and graphics subsystems for HDTV SoCs. Robin is also co-founder of the Sailing Team Darmstadt e.V., a students' association at TUD that aims to construct autonomous and energy-self-sufficient sailing robots. In his master thesis, he examined subchannel allocation strategies for decentralized OFDMA-based wireless networks by means of the software-defined radio platform WARP. After graduating, he worked as a research assistant at SEEMOO (TUD), studied philosophy and worked as a research assistant at ACTLab (University of Passau). Robin Klose is a PhD student at SEEMOO since April 2015.