This page contains some information about myself, including such things as current research areas, addresses, and more. For a list of some of my most frequently followed links, click here . To see some of my favorite pictures, click here. Finally, for my official university homepage, click here.
of my research activities so far has been in the area of distributed and
parallel systems. I examined issues in load-balancing while staying as exchange
student at the
I also wrote a more detailed description of the various research projects I have been involved in over time in April 1997. This document describes the projects and points out the resulting publications. The document is available either as postscript file or (in a slightly formatted form) as HTML document.
After mastering the joys of PowerPoint :-), I prepared the course notes for a 2-day short course on Wireless and Mobile Computing. More information about this course (and postscript versions of the slides) can be found here.
I graduated from the Computer Science Department of the Technical University of Darmstadt (THD) with a Ph.D. (Dr. Ing.) in Computer Science in May 1994. I worked as a research associate in the Automaton Theory and Formal Languages group, my supervisor headed the Systems Programming group.
The University is located
in the city of Darmstadt , Federal Republic of Germany. The university
logo shows Pallas Athene, the Greek goddess of
wisdom. Compared to other German universities, THD is considered to be
comparatively young (certainly much younger than the traditional universities
I was a faculty member (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, from 1994-1997. During this time, I was part of the Shoshin Distributed Systems Group.
Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6
Office: CB 5202
Phone: +1 (613) 520-3573
Fax: +1 (613) 520-5727