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Distributed Smart Space Orchestration

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2017-03-10
CPS workshop

with Joseph Sifakis and Vint Cerf online!

2017-03-03
On using Deep Learning in Smart Spaces

online!

2017-03-03
Distributed Smart Space Orchestration

NOMS 2016 Dissertation Session talk online!

2017-02-17
Smart Space Orchestration - How to make the Internet of Things smart?

talk at Eurecom online!

2016-11-10
More info on MOOC4Masters

online (including an interview with Vint Cerf)!


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Funded Projects

This page lists the projects, Marc-Oliver Pahl was working on directly in the past. In addition, he contributed and contributes to other projects running at the Chair for Network Architectures and Services at Technical University of Munich.

Acquired Funding

Among the many project proposals I was actively involved or even led listed below, the following amount of money was successfully acquired for doing research.

  • smart space research funding: 1 150 000€ (250 000€ directly through me)
    1150000
  • teaching research funding: 60 000€
    60000

Smart Space Orchestration Research Projects

  • 2016-
    DecADe: Decentralized Anomaly Detection
    Technische Universität München
    The DecADe project targets the collection and analysis of incidents within complex systems. The targeted domains are aviation and cars.
    [BMBF (9 partners). Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).]
  • 2013-2016
    BaaS: Building as a Service  central contributions to the proposal text 
    Technische Universität München
    The BaaS project targeted a softwarization of building automation systems in the professional domain. A tooling for model-based generation of services for building automation was developed.
    [ITEA 2 Call 7 project nr. 12011 (250 000 € of 14 600 000€, 22 partners, 1341 PMs). Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).]
  • 2008-2011
    AutHoNe: Autonomic Home Networking
    Technische Universität München
    The AUTHONE project developed an autonomic system for the management of home networks, and the provision of community services.
    [Celtic project CP3-003 (900 000€ of 7 000 000€, 9 partners, 498 PMs). Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).]
  • 2016 (in preparation)
    H2020
    Technische Universität München
    In preparation...
  • 2016 (in preparation)
    ITEA3 Call 3
    Technische Universität München
    In preparation...
  • 2016 (in preparation)
    French German Academy
    Technische Universität München
    In preparation...
  • 2015 (applied but not funded)  proposal coordinated by me 
    EVINTE: Electric Vehicles Smart Grid Integration – Interoperability, Security, Dependability, and Scalability
    Technische Universität München
    The EVINTE project targets the specification, the prototyping and the simulation of key components for future electromobility (eMobility) for enabling a gradual transition towards a fully electric vehicle based mobility. The core of the project is establishing a tight integration of electric vehicles (EV) and the smart grid by using Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
    [EU H2020 (6 500 000€, 12 partners, 709 PMs). Not funded (score 11.5/ 15).]
  • 2015 (applied but not funded)  proposal coordinated by me 
    S2O: Disruptive Kommunikationssysteme - Smart Space Orchestration
    Technische Universität München
    Funding for an independent junior research group. [BMBF (850 000€, 1 partner, 108 PMs). Not funded.]
  • 2015 (applied but not funded)  proposal coordinated by me 
    TURGER: Trusted Use of Cloud-Resources for privacy-aware Global Exchange and processing of data
    Technische Universität München
    Cloud platforms offer the resources required to process the ever-growing amount of data produced by networked devices. Such devices are becoming a pervasive part of our daily lives with the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT). However, data privacy remains an open challenge. Despite promising research results, there is no practical solution for privacy aware cloud computing available today. Based on four representative real world use cases, TURGER’s aim is to design a practically usable security solution for privacy aware processing and storage of data in the cloud.
    [BMBF/ TUBITAK (1 000 000€, 4 partners). Not funded.]
  • 2012 (applied but not funded)
    CRC: Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) Multimodal Work Spaces / Virtual Reality
    Technische Universität München
    [BMBF. Not funded.]
  • 2012 (applied but not funded)
    URBAN: Urbanization of Digital Cities
    Technische Universität München
    The Urban project is devoted to the optimization of the placement of virtual resources on different physical machines (datacentre, server, and node) in the city.
    [EU FP7 (12 partners). Not funded.]
  • 2011 (applied but not funded)
    Premon: Personalized Remote Monitoring Of Neurodegenerative Diseases
    Technische Universität München
    PREMON project will design and prototype an integrated platform for remote monitoring and treatment of patients with neurodegenerative diseases to provide high quality care services outside hospitals.
    [EU FP7 (9 800 000€, 16 partners, 1103 PMs). Not funded.]

Educational Research Projects

  • 2017 With the French-German academy I am working on a project called MiniMOOCs
    Technische Universität München CS Department
    The goal of this project is creating short explanatory videos about relevant teaching topics. [3 partners funded by the French-German academy]
  • 2016 Extending the Class Recording Equipment  proposal coordinated by me 
    Technische Universität München CS Department
    This project targets the extension of my class recording equipment for being able to record multiple events in parallel at TUM. [1 300€ funded by the Hochschulpräsidiumm, TU München.]
  • 2016 Creating a Massive Open Online Course  proposal coordinated by me 
    Technische Universität München
    This project targets the creation of a Massive Open Online Course that contains major parts of the undergraduate networking curriculum at TUM. [25 000€ funded by the Hochschulpräsidiumm, TU München.]
  • 2015 Creating new teaching material for Smart Space Orchestration  proposal coordinated by me 
    Technische Universität München
    This project targets the creation of a new interactive teaching format for Smart Spaces in the Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), and Pervasive Computing. [13 500€ funded by the Hochschulreferat Studium und Lehre, TU München.]
  • 2014 Using Videos and new Interactive Elements for Teaching  proposal coordinated by me 
    Technische Universität München
    Cooperation with the TUM School of Education (Prof. Dr. Alexander Gröschner, Prof. Dr. Marc Kleinknecht)
    This project targets introducing interactive video and multiple choice elements. The goal of this experiment is to evaluate how highly interactive elements can complement or even replace classical (interactive) lectures.
    [14 500€ funded by the Hochschulreferat Studium und Lehre, TU München.]
  • 2014 Automated Talk Recording for Lectures and Student Talks  proposal coordinated by me 
    Technische Universität München
    A very strong feedback is seeing oneself giving a talk. I therefore established a workflow for recording and offering the recording to students. It is used for regular student talks at our teaching activities. In addition we use the equipment to record our lectures and provide the recordings to the students.
    This grant is on building a new recording hardware. You can find more details here.
    [2 000€ funded by the Computer Science Faculty, TU München.]
  • 2013 A Reversed Classroom Teaching Concept  proposal coordinated by me 
    Technische Universität München
    This project targets the development of a flipped classroom exercise. Taking the existing skills and expertise of the lab students, I guide them to develop their own high quality exercise, to review and grade other teams, and to give their own small lecture.
    [10 000€ funded by the Hochschulreferat Studium und Lehre, TU München.]
  • 2015 (applied but not funded)
    DANUBE: New Dual Education Technologies for Electrical Engineer Graduates throughout the Danube Region
    Technische Universität München
    Dual education is designed to ensure that during their academic studies young people develop their cognitive skills by apprenticeship, in order to facilitate their employment when finishing studies. As European economies face a considerable rate of unemployment lately, it may be a good policy to ensure that the education system is providing the appropriate skills needed by an economy. The project aims to provide solutions for a dual education system regarding the electrical engineer profession in seven partner countries in the Danube region, being a strategic field with transnational relevance applicable in many industrial sectors according to the National/Regional Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation in each participating country. The ExTENDER will provide both theoretical and practical dimensions to the educational system through the development of a dual education network for the future electrical engineers.
    [EU DANUBE (2 600 000€, 10 partners). Not funded.]
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