Jana Eisoldt, master student in computer science at the OvGU, won the 3rd prize in the Women‘s Award. She wrote her bachelor thesis about „Secure IoT Device Commissioning“ and is now continuing to work on the topic at the ComSys workgroup.
The first prize went to Louisa Fay, student at the University of Stuttgart. Fatima El Hassan, who is studying at the HTW Berlin, got second.
The award is given to female students in computer science who recently finished their degree and showed extraordinary results, paired with social commitment. It is founded by Carl Zeiss Digital Innovation GmbH and Erika Büdenbender, wife of the german Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. The award aims at supporting women in IT and creating female role models to encourge more women to study technical courses.
ComSys hosts the first Workshop on Tools and Concepts for Communication and Networked Systems (TCoNS), co-located with the GI Jahrestagung INFORMATIK 2020.
The INFORMATIK is the annual flagship conference of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) and most important meeting location for members and experts in the german-speaking territories.
This year's INFORMATIK 2020 takes place virtually from September 28 to October 2, 2020 and can be visited for free.
Mr Ujjval Rathod will defend his Master Thesis on the 28th of Septermeber at 10 o'clock
Lukas Gehreke will defend his Bachelor Thesis on 18th of September at 10 o'clock
Two ComSys papers have been accepted to this year's IEEE PIMRC conference:
- "Predictive Interference Management for BLE" by Ali Nikoukar, Yash Shah, Adel Memariani, Mesut Güneş, Behnam Dezfouli
- "The OVGU Haptic Communication Testbed (OVGU-HC)" by Frank Engelhardt, Johannes Behrens, Mesut Güneş