Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Stephan Adler

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AG Technische Informatik

Institut für Informatik

Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik

External PhD student

Adresse
Takustr. 9
Raum 108
14195 Berlin
Fax
+49 30 838 75194

About

I joined  the working group Computer Systems & Telematics (CST)  at the FU Berlin in 2009, after working for the measurement device company "imc Meßsysteme". I graduated from the TFH Berlin in 2008.

Teaching

  • 2013: Vorlesung "Rechnerarchitektur" im Rahmen von ProInformatik
  • 2013: "Das Web vergisst nie" - 3 Veranstaltungen an der Helmuth-James-von-Moltke-Grundschule, Berlin
  • 2011 + 2012: Kinderuni "Das Web vergisst nie".
  • Vertretungsvorlesung TI III: "Einführung in Buffer Overflows"
  • Sommeruni 2010 Java Programmierkurs

Open Thesis Topics

My currently open thesis topics can be found here: http://www.mi.fu-berlin.de/inf/groups/ag-tech/theses/Indoorlokalisierung/index.html

Publications

Stephan Adler, Simon Schmitt, and Marcel Kyas, Path Loss and Multipath Effects in a Real World Indoor Localization Scenario, Best Paper Award, In proceedings, IEEE Workshop on Positioning, Navigation and Communication (WPNC) 2014, Dresden, Germany

Stephan Adler, Simon Schmitt, Heiko Will, Thomas Hillebrandt, and Marcel Kyas, Virtual Testbed for Indoor Localization, In proceedings, IEEE International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN) 2013, Montbeliard, France

Krasimira Kapitanova and Sang H. Son, Book chapter Event Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks, in Intelligent Sensor Networks: Across Sensing, Signal Processing, and Machine Learning, Fei Hu and Qi Hao (ed.), Taylor & Francis LLC, pp. 441-458, CRC Press 2012.

Georg Wittenburg, Norman Dziengel, Stephan Adler, Zakaria Kasmi, Marco Ziegert and Jochen H. Schiller. Cooperative event detection in wireless sensor networks. IEEE Communications Magazine 50(12): 124-131 (2012)

Heiko Will, Stefan Pfeiffer, Stephan Adler, Thomas Hillebrandt and Jochen Schiller. Distance Measurement in Wireless Sensor Networks with Low Cost Components. In: 2nd International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN 2011)

Demo: Heiko Will, Stefan Pfeiffer, Stephan Adler, Thomas Hillebrandt and Jochen Schiller. Distance Measurement in Wireless Sensor Networks with Low Cost Components. In: 2nd International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN 2011)

Oliver Hahm, Stephan Adler, Nicolai Schmittberger, Mesut Günes. Energy Profiling for Wireless Sensor Networks. GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Sensornetze 2011, Paderborn, September 2011. (PDF)

Norman Dziengel, Marco Ziegert, Stephan Adler, Zakaria Kasmi, Stefan Pfeiffer and Jochen Schiller. Energy-Aware Distributed Fence Surveillance for Wireless Sensor Networks. In: 7th International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing (ISSNIP 2011)

Norman Dziengel, Marco Ziegert, Zakaria Kasmi, Frederik Hermans,Stephan Adler, Georg Wittenburg, and Jochen Schiller. A Platform for Distributed Event Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks. In: First International Workshop on Networks of Cooperating Objects (CONET 2010). Stockholm, Sweden (Apr 2010) slides

Projects

VIVE

VIVE validates a distributed event detection that provides a pattern matching based framework for wireless sensor networks. Groups of sensor nodes share information in a cooperative way which allows to evaluate events autonomously within the network. VIVE investigates new applications that benefit of an in-network evaluation of predefined events. The wireless Compounds of sensor nodes are sharing information in a cooperative way which allows to evaluate events autonomously within the network. Transferred data is reduced and evaluated within the network which allows short response time on events. As a result, the lifetime of the whole network will be enhanced.

AVS-Extrem

AVS-Extrem is a use case for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) focused on collaborative, in-network data processing. The goal is to develop a distributed event detection system that can reliably report security relevant incidents (e.g. a person climbing over a fence and accessing restricted areas to a base station. The vision is that through cooperation of many sensor nodes the accuracy of event detection can be greatly improved, while at the same time saving energy by reducing multi-hop communication with the base station. More information about the AVS-Extreme project is available on the AVS-Extreme homepage.