Stefan Dietzel, Dr.
Dr. Stefan Dietzel is a postdoctoral researcher with the chair of computer engineering at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Currently, Stefan is involved in three externally funded projects in the area of distributed systems. In these projects, he is investigating how to create communication protocols that are scalable and efficient while, at the same time, protecting their users’ privacy and being secure against insider and outsider attackers.
Stefan holds a doctoral degree in computer science from the University of Twente, The Netherlands. During his time as a doctoral candidate, Stefan worked at the Institute of Media Informatics and the Institute of Distributed Systems at Ulm University and at the Distributed and Embedded Systems group at the University of Twente; before, he studied media informatics at Ulm University in Germany.
Associated Researcher: Data, actors, infrastructures
Journal articles and conference proceedings
Hager, S., John, P., Dietzel, S., Scheuermann, B. (2018). RuleBender: Tree-based policy transformations for practical packet classification systems. Elsevier Computer Networks, 135, 253-265. Publication details
Schaeffer, M., Naumann R., Dietzel, S., Scheuermann, B. (2018). Hierarchical Layer Selection with Low Overhead in Prioritized Network Coding. IFIP Networking 2018 Proceedings. Publication details
Organisation of eventsRegulatorische Aspekte von Kryptowährungen
Digitale Währungen (M.A. Informatik/Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin). with attending Vip: Samuel Brack. From 18.04.2017 to 18.07.2017. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, RUD 25, Raum 3.113, Berlin, Germany (National)
Stefan Dietzel, Julian Hölzel