Sebastian Lindner, M.Sc
I received my Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Science at the Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen in 2014. I focused on Neuro- and Bioinformatics, especially on the topics of alignment-free DNA and protein sequence analysis. I helped in the lab of Professor Morgenstern where I contributed to several publications in the field, and where I wrote my Bachelor’s thesis on “Clustering metagenomic reads using spaced k-mers”.
In 2015 I moved to Hamburg to pursue my Master’s degree in Computer Science at the Hamburg University of Technology. Here I specialized in Communication Networks, and in 2018 I received my degree with distinction for my thesis “Game theory applied to device-to-device resource scheduling”.
Since 2018 I am working as a research assistant pursuing my PhD at the Institute of Communication Networks (ComNets) of the Hamburg University of Technology. My research interests include the application of game theory and machine learning to wireless communication networks, with a focus on cognitive radio networks.
Cognitive radio networks, machine learning, game theory
Traffic Engineering Aircraft Communication (REKOTRANS)
Analysis and Structure of Communication Networks
Simulation and Modeling of Communication Networks