Immo Traupe


University of Lübeck
Institute of Telematics
Ratzeburger Allee 160

23562 Lübeck
Building 64, 2nd Floor, Room 37

Email:traupe(at)itm.uni-luebeck.de
Phone:+49 451 3101 6415
Fax:+49 451 3101 6404

Since Fabruary 2018,  I am working as research assistant at the Institute of Telematics of Prof. Dr. Stefan Fischer and I am a founding member of The Nano Group

CV

  • 2011 : Abitur at the Lauenburgische Gelehrtenschule Ratzeburg
  • 2015 : Bachelor of Science at the Universität zu Lübeck
  • 2017 : Master of Science at the Universität zu Lübeck

Theses

TopicTypeStatus
Autarke Energieversorgung für offgrid Sensorknoten mittels dynamisch ausgerichteter SolarkollektorenBachelor thesis

finished

Computer-Forensik am Beispiel der Sicherung und Rekonstruktion von manipulierten oder zerstörten DatenBachelor thesisfinished
Erkennung von Laserpointern in Präsentationssituationen mittels Deep LearningMaster thesisfinished

 

Projects

  • Digitales Testfeld Eisenbahn: Test & integration kabelloser Sensorknoten
  • Vernetzung und Entwicklung einer gemeinsamen Plattform für internationale FabLab Standorte

Teaching

  • Tutor: Einführung in die Programmierung (WS14/15 - WS17/18)
  • Betriebssysteme und Netze (SS17)
  • Verteilte Systeme (WS17/18)
  • Tutor: Projekt Internet Technologien (SS18)
  • English Seminar: Nanotechnology (SS18)
  • Lecture exercises: Einführung in die Programmierung: Java Projekt (WS18/19)
  • Tutor: Werkzeuge für das wissenschaftliche Arbeiten (WS18/19)
  • Tutor: Projekt Internet Technologien (SS19)
  • Lecture exercises: Einführung in die Programmierung: Java Projekt (WS19/20)
  • Tutor: Werkzeuge für das wissenschaftliche Arbeiten (WS19/20)
  • Tutor: Projekt Internet Technologien (SS20)

Research Interest

  • Smart City Applicaticions + Frameworks + Platform
  • Internet of Things
  • Medical Application Scenarios

Publications

2019

  • Marc Stelzner and Immo Traupe: FCNN: Location Awareness Based on a Lightweight Hop Count Routing Body Coordinates Concept. in 6th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2019 (ACM NanoCom`19), Dublin, Ireland, Sep, 2019
    BibTeX
    @inproceedings{inproceedings,
    author = {Marc Stelzner and Immo Traupe},
    year = {2019},
    month = {09},
    title = {FCNN: Location Awareness Based on a Lightweight Hop Count Routing Body Coordinates Concept},
    BOOKTITLE={6th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication
    2019 (ACM NanoCom'19)},
    ADDRESS={Dublin, Ireland},
    DAYS={24},
    isbn = {978-1-4503-6897-1},
    doi = {10.1145/3345312.3345493},
    MONTH={Sep},
    YEAR={2019},
    keywords={NCN},
    ABSTRACT={Systemic administration of drugs against usually local diseases or
    injuries often leads to undesirable side effects but is a common procedure
    due to the lack of precisely applicable administration methods.
    To precisely detect and treat diseases, we present a Function
    Centric Nano-Networking approach as a lightweight localization
    method to provide a foundation for location aware monitoring and
    treatment. We present our preliminary findings of an algorithm
    based on Hop Count Routing enhanced into a concept for body
    coordinates represented by a colorized model implemented in ns-3.}
    }

2018

  • Florian Büther and Immo Traupe and Sebastian Ebers: Hop Count Routing: A Routing Algorithm for Resource Constrained, Identity-Free Medical Nanonetworks. in 5th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2018 (ACM NanoCom`18), Reykjavik, Iceland, Sep, 2018
    BibTeX Link Datei
    @inproceedings{Buether2018Hop,
      author={Florian {B{\"u}ther} and Immo Traupe and Sebastian Ebers},
      title={Hop Count Routing: A Routing Algorithm for Resource Constrained, {Identity-Free} Medical Nanonetworks},
      booktitle={5th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2018 (ACM NanoCom'18)},
      address={Reykjavik, Iceland},
      year={2018},
      month={Sep},
      days={5},
      numpages={6},
      doi={10.1145/3233188.3233193},
      isbn={978-1-4503-5711-1/18/09},
      keywords={Routing; Nanonetworks; Algorithm; Hop Count; Identity-Free,NCN},
      url={https://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3233188.3233193},
      abstract={Nanodevices, tiny robots operating within a human body, may help to detect and treat many kinds of diseases. As their individual abilities are limited by size, they need to work in concert. Communication provides the fundamental ability to enable this collaboration. In medicine, nanodevices act as a tool for a physician to report sensor data and receive action commands. Their communication thus flows to and from a gateway to the macro world. Routing algorithms focus on enabling these data streams. We propose a new routing algorithm for medical nanonetworks based on a network topology constructed from the hop count distance to a singular gateway. It exploits the distance as a direction indicator to deliver data towards or away from the gateway. The resource constrained nanodevices store no unique identity, but only require a single integer each. Simulation results show that a naive implementation produces exponentially many messages. We mitigate this with a second approach by removing the hop count when retrieving sensor data, which requires only a linear number of messages. Our comparison finds the latter to be more efficient in terms of transmitted messages, while the first implementation is more suitable for routing several messages in parallel.}
    }