Constraints at the Institute of Distributed Systems due to SARS-CoV-2

  • Contact

    Most members of the institute are still in home office. If you cannot reach someone by phone, please use e-mail. In case, you can negotiate other electronic media via e-mail, e.g. audio and video calls. Our secretaries are present from Monday to Thursday in the morning. They are reached best by this central e-mail address.

  • Courses in Summer Semester 2020

    Despite the current situation, all planned institute courses of the Summer Semester 2020 will take place. Only exception is the lecture Grundlagen des Datenschutzes und der IT-Sicherheit which cannot be offered due to capacity reasons. We will use online teaching elements to achieve this as long as class-room teaching is not possible. Further information can be found on the web pages of the individual courses.

  • Courses in Winter Semester 2020/2021

    In Winter Semester 2020/2021, all planned courses will take place. The particular form of the courses is currently determined and will be published on the web pages for the courses.

  • Written Exams, Oral Exams, Post-examination Reviews

    Written and oral exams as well as inspection are allowed again. Details about the procedures can be found on our web page about notes on exams.

  • Theses and Projects

    We continue to offer Bachelor's and Master's theses and Master's projects. This includes in particular remote student support and supervision. As usual, our institute members can be reached by e-mail, and they will be happy to answer your questions.

Institute of Distributed Systems

The Institute of Distributed Systems is actively researching scalability, reliability, security and privacy, self-organization, and complexity management issues in distributed systems. We apply our research to a wide range of practical use cases, including cloud computing and vehicular communication networks.

Moreover, we offer lectures and projects related to our research, including computer networks, distributed systems, and security and privacy.

Our Most Recent Publications

2009

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J. Domaschka, "Extended version of a Virtual Nodes System" , Abteilung für Verteilte Systeme, Universität Ulm, James-Franck-Ring O-27, 89069 Ulm, Germany, 2009.
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J. Domaschka, H. Schmidt, F. J. Hauck, R. Kapitza and H. P. Reiser, "DOSGi: An architecture for instant replication" in Proc. of the 39th Annual IEEE/IFIP Int. Conf. on Dependable Sys. and Netw., Supplemental Volume, 2009.
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B. Koenings, F. Schaub and F. Kargl, "Channel Switch and Quiet Attack: New DoS Attacks exploiting the 802.11 Standard" in Demonstration at 34th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN 2009), Zurich, Switzerland, 2009.
File:http://www.ieeelcn.org/demos2009/lcn-demo2009_koenigs.pdf
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B. Koenings, F. Schaub and F. Kargl, "Channel Switch and Quiet Attack: New DoS Attacks exploiting the 802.11 Standard" in Demonstration at 7th Annual International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications and Services (ACM MobiSys 2009), Krakow, Poland, 2009.
File:http://www.kargl.net/docs/mypapers/2009-06-mobisys-2.pdf
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G. Söldner, R. Kapitza and S. Schober, "AOCI: ontology-based pointcuts" in Proceedings of the 8th workshop on Aspects, components, and patterns for infrastructure software, New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2009. pp. 25--30.
DOI:10.1145/1509276.1509283
ISBN:978-1-60558-450-8
File:http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1509276.1509283

Click here for an overview of all our publications.

Contact

Secretary's Office

Marion Köhler
Claudia Kastner
E-Mail
Phone: +49 731 50-24140
Fax: +49 731 50-24142

Postal Address

Institute of Distributed Systems
Ulm University
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
89081 Ulm

Visiting Address

James-Franck-Ring
Gebäude O27, Raum 349
89081 Ulm

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