Daniel Stolpmann received his B.Sc. degree in computer science and engineering from Hamburg University of Technology, Germany, for his thesis on network coding for aircraft communication in 2017. In 2019, he received the corresponding M.Sc. degree with distinction for his thesis on joint edge server placement and network planning for mobile edge computing. During his master studies, he worked as a student assistant at the Institute of Communication Network (ComNets) in the REKOTRANS project. Since his graduation, he is working at the institute as a research fellow and Ph.D. candidate.
Machine Learning for Communication Networks
Congestion Control & Active Queue Management
Mobile Edge Computing
Machine Learning Assisted Communication for Future Internet Applications