Marc Stelzner


University of Lübeck
Institute of Telematics
Ratzeburger Allee 160

23562 Lübeck
Gebäude 64, 2nd Floor, Raum 37

Email:stelzner(at)itm.uni-luebeck.de
Phone:+49 451 3101 6431
Fax:+49 451 3101 6404

CV

Since June 2013, I am working as research assistant at the Institute of Telematics of Prof. Dr. Stefan Fischer. From June 2013 to April 2016 I also worked at the Institute of Information Systems of Prof. Dr. Linnemann and later Prof. Dr. Möller.

Roles

Teaching

Research Interest

  • Nano Communication Networks
  • Body Area Networks
  • Medical Application Scenarios

Publications

2018

  • Regine Geyer and Marc Stelzner and Florian Büther and Sebastian Ebers: BloodVoyagerS - Simulation of the work environment of medical nanobots. in 5th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2018 (ACM NanoCom`18), Reykjavik, Iceland, Sep, 2018
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{Geyer2018BloodVoyagerS,
    AUTHOR={Regine Geyer and Marc Stelzner and Florian {B{\"u}ther} and Sebastian Ebers},
    TITLE={{BloodVoyagerS} - Simulation of the work environment of medical nanobots},
    BOOKTITLE={5th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2018 (ACM NanoCom'18)},
    ADDRESS={Reykjavik, Iceland},
    YEAR={2018},
    MONTH={Sep},
    DAYS={5},
    PAGES={},
    ISBN={},
    KEYWORDS={Nanonetworks; Simulation; Medical Application; Nano medicine},
    ABSTRACT={The simulation of nanobots in their working environment is crucial to
    promote their application in the medical context. Several simulators for
    nanonetworks investigate new communication paradigms at nanoscale. However,
    the influence of the environment, namely the human body, on the movement
    and communication of nanobots was not considered so far. We propose a
    framework for simulating medical nanonetworks, which integrates a
    nanonetwork simulator with a body simulator. We derive requirements for a
    body model that forms the basis for our prototypical implementation of the
    body simulator BloodVoyagerSas part of the network simulator ns-3. An
    evaluation shows that BloodVoyagerS successfully moves nanobots in the
    simulated cardiovascular system. After about 7 minutes, the nanobot
    distribution reaches a dynamic equilibrium. The prototype shows promise to
    provide a more realistic full-body simulation to investigate movement and
    communication of nanobots in medical applications.}
    }
  • Marc Stelzner and Fabian Busse and Sebastian Ebers: In-Body Nanonetwork Routing based on MANET and THz. in 5th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2018 (ACM NanoCom`18), Reykjavik, Iceland, Sep, 2018
    BibTeX
    @inproceedings{Stelzner2018Routing,
      author={Marc Stelzner and Fabian Busse and Sebastian Ebers},
      title={In-Body Nanonetwork Routing based on {MANET} and {THz}},
      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={10.1145/3233188.3233197},
      isbn={978-1-4503-5711-1/18/09},
      keywords={Routing; Nanonetworks; Algorithm; Hop Count; Identity-Free},
      abstract={Devices at the nanoscale are envisioned to be used in medical applications
    to detect and treat diseases within a human body. However,
    due to its severe resource constraints, a nanoscale device might not
    execute complex tasks on its own. For this, we envision a medical
    nanonetwork, comprising an in-body network built of nanonodes
    and a Body Area Network (BAN) built of macroscale devices coordinating
    and controlling the nanonodes. Due to the characteristics
    of the in-body network and its nodes, conventional routing protocols
    for macroscale mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET) are not directly
    applicable and novel approaches are needed. However, since
    a nanonetwork shares some characteristics of macroscale MANETs,
    we identied promising protocols and evaluated their suitability for
    nanonetworks using THz communication. We define requirements
    for their applicability and compared their performance.}
    }
  • Marc Stelzner and Kim Scharringhausen and Sebastian Ebers: Nanoscale Diagnostic Procedures - Sensing inside the human body. in 5th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2018 (ACM NanoCom`18), Reykjavik, Iceland,, sep, 2018
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{Stel1809:Nanoscale,
    AUTHOR={Marc Stelzner and Kim Scharringhausen and Sebastian Ebers},
    TITLE={Nanoscale Diagnostic Procedures - Sensing inside the human body},
    BOOKTITLE={5th ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication
    2018 (ACM NanoCom'18)},
    ADDRESS="Reykjavik, Iceland",
    YEAR={2018},
    MONTH={sep},
    DAYS={5},
    PAGES={},
    ISBN={},
    KEYWORDS="sensor; nanodevice; diagnostic procedures; medicine",
    ABSTRACT="The application of nanotechnology in medicine is envisioned for detecting
    and treating diseases. In literature, the ability of nanodevices to sense
    their environment is taken for granted and precondition for application
    scenarios. However, how this is done and which diagnostic procedures
    actually benefit from the application of properly qualified nanodevices is
    rarely stated. In this paper, we distinguish four traditional diagnostic
    procedures and introduce our evaluation of how nanonodes may benefit from
    quantitative procedures."
    }
    

2017

  • Marc Stelzner and Falko Dressler and Stefan Fischer: Function Centric Nano-Networking: Addressing nano machines in a medical application scenario. Nano Communication Networks, no. 14, pp. 29 - 39, 2017
    BibTeX Link
    @ARTICLE{STELZNER201729,
      author = {Marc Stelzner and Falko Dressler and Stefan Fischer},
      title = {Function Centric Nano-Networking: Addressing nano machines in a medical
    	application scenario},
      journal = {Nano Communication Networks},
      year = {2017},
      volume = {14},
      pages = {29 - 39},
      number = {Supplement C},
      doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nancom.2017.09.001},
      issn = {1878-7789},
      keywords = {Addressing, Internet of Nano Things, Medical application, Nano communication},
      owner = {Marc},
      timestamp = {2017.11.23},
      url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878778917300042}
    }
  • Florian Büther and Florian Lau and Marc Stelzner and Sebastian Ebers: A Formal Definition for Nanorobots and Nanonetworks. in The 17th International Conference on Next Generation Wired/Wireless Advanced Networks and Systems + The 10th conference on Internet of Things and Smart Spaces (NEW2AN ruSMART 2017), Springer, St.Petersburg, Russia, Sep, 2017
    BibTeX Datei
    @inproceedings{Buether2017Formal,
    author={Florian Büther and Florian Lau and Marc Stelzner and Sebastian Ebers},
    title={A Formal Definition for Nanorobots and Nanonetworks},
    booktitle={The 17th International Conference on Next Generation Wired/Wireless Advanced Networks and Systems + The 10th conference on Internet of Things and Smart Spaces (NEW2AN ruSMART 2017)},
    address={St.Petersburg, Russia},
    days={27},
    publisher={Springer},
    month={Sep},
    year={2017},
    keywords={Nanorobot; Nanonetwork; Definition; Nanomachine; Machine Model},
    abstract={Nano computation and communication research examines nanosized devices like sensor nodes or robots. Over the last decade, it has attracted attention from many different perspectives, including material sciences, biomedical engineering, and algorithm design. With growing maturity and diversity, a common terminology is increasingly important. In this paper, we analyze the state of the art of nanoscale computational devices, and infer common requirements. We combine these with definitions for macroscale machines and robots to define Nanodevices, an umbrella term that includes all nanosized artificial devices. We derive definitions for Nanomachines and Nanorobots, each with a set of mandatory and optional components. Constraints concerning artificiality and purpose distinguish Nanodevices from nanoparticles and natural life forms. Additionally, we define a Nanonetwork as a network comprised of Nanodevices, and show the specific challenges for Medical Nanorobots and Nanonetworks. We integrate our definition into the current research of Nanodevice components with a set of examples for electronic and biological implementations.},
    doi={https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-67380-6_20}
    }
    

2016

  • Stelzner, Marc and Lau, Florian-Lennert and Freundt, Katja and Florian Büther and Nguyen, Mai Linh and Stamme, Cordula and Ebers, Sebastian: Precise Detection and Treatment of Human Diseases Based on Nano Networking. in 11th International Conference on Body Area Networks (BODYNETS 2016), pp. 58-64, EAI, Turin, Italy, December, 2016
    BibTeX Link
    @INPROCEEDINGS{stelzner2016precise,
      author = {Stelzner, Marc and Lau, Florian-Lennert and Freundt, Katja and Florian Büther and Nguyen, Mai Linh and Stamme, Cordula and Ebers, Sebastian},
      title = {{Precise Detection and Treatment of Human Diseases Based on Nano Networking}},
      booktitle = {11th International Conference on Body Area Networks (BODYNETS 2016)},
      address = {Turin, Italy},
      year = {2016},
      month = {December},
      pages = {58--64},
      publisher = {EAI},
      url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3068615.3068631},
      abstract = {highlight, This paper presents an elaborate scenario to and detect,
    	motivate interdisciplinary computer science involvement in nanotechnology
    	for medical applications. Our scenario illustrates how nanotechnology
    	can be employed to and morbidity, potentially directly treat infectious
    	diseases as a paradigm for human disorders associated with high and
    	mortality. Thus, more precise techniques that monitor the presence
    	and (host-, concentration of critical marker molecules and pathogen-derived)
    	may be applicable at an earlier stage of the disease. Moreover, since
    	the concentration threshold varies from person to person, continuous
    	and diagnostic, individualized monitoring of both and detect, therapeutic
    	measures is required. To and treat diseases directly at the affected
    	location, we propose the usage of an in-body nano network build by
    	nano machines. To report ndings and receive commands from outside
    	of the body, the nano network is connected to a body area network
    	via gateways. In this paper, we discuss the capabilities of nano
    	machinery and architecture., presents the aforementioned network},
      owner = {Marc},
      timestamp = {2017.01.31}
    }
    
  • Marc Stelzner and Falko Dressler and Stefan Fischer: Function Centric Networking: an Approach for Addressing in In-Body Nano Networks. in 3rd ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication 2016 (ACM NanoCom`16), pp. 38:1-38:2, ACM, New York City, USA, September, 2016
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{Stel1609:Function,
      author = {Marc Stelzner and Falko Dressler and Stefan Fischer},
      title = {Function Centric Networking: an Approach for Addressing in {In-Body} Nano Networks},
      booktitle = {3rd ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication
    	2016 (ACM NanoCom'16)},
      address = {New York City, USA},
      year = {2016},
      month ={September},
      pages={38:1--38:2},
      publisher={ACM},
      Doi={10.1145/2967446.2967479},
      abstract = {We are looking at the combination of in-body nano communication with
    	the Internet of Things (IoT) and the resulting research challenges
    	in the Internet of Nano Things (IoNT). It is this combination that
    	enables a wide range of new applications, particularly in the biomedical
    	domain. One of the many challenges in functional and non-functional
    	aspects is the addressing and naming of nodes in a nano network.
    	Our study in this area not only includes top-down techniques driven
    	from today's IoT, but also new bottom-up ideas, originating from
    	molecular level communication. In this paper we come up with a summary
    	of theoretical, simulated and realized ideas to draw conclusions
    	about implementation and performance potential before we present
    	our concept for addressing through Function Centric Networking focusing
    	on medical in-body communication scenarios. It allows us to address
    	specific groups of interchangeable and replaceable nano machines
    	in a network, while it does not rely on the durability and uniqueness
    	of individual nodes.},
      days = {28},
      timestamp = {2016.08.29}
    

2015

  • Dennis Heinrich and Stefan Werner and Marc Stelzner and Christopher Blochwitz and Thilo Pionteck and Sven Groppe: Hybrid FPGA Approach for a B+ Tree in a Semantic Web Database System. in Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Reconfigurable Communication-centric Systems-on-Chip (ReCoSoC 2015), IEEE, Bremen, Germany, 29. June 29 - 1. July, 2015
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{Heinrich2015,
      author = {Dennis Heinrich and Stefan Werner and Marc Stelzner and Christopher Blochwitz and Thilo Pionteck and Sven Groppe},
      title = {{{Hybrid FPGA Approach for a B+ Tree in a Semantic Web Database System}},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Reconfigurable Communication-centric Systems-on-Chip (ReCoSoC 2015)},
      year = {2015},
      month = {29.06.-01.07.},
      address = {Bremen, Germany},
      publisher = {IEEE}
    }
  • Stefan Werner and Dennis Heinrich and Marc Stelzner and Volker Linnemann and Thilo Pionteck and Sven Groppe: Accelerated join evaluation in Semantic Web databases by using FPGAs. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, no. 28, pp. 2031-2051, May 18, 2015
    BibTeX
    @ARTICLE{Werner2015,
      author = {Stefan Werner and Dennis Heinrich and Marc Stelzner and Volker Linnemann
    	and Thilo Pionteck and Sven Groppe},
      title = {Accelerated join evaluation in Semantic Web databases by using FPGAs},
      journal = {Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience},
      year = {2015},
       month = {18. Mai},
      volume =    {28},
      number =    {7},
      pages =     {2031--2051},
      doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cpe.3502}
    }

2014

  • Sven Groppe and Thomas Kiencke and Stefan Werner and Dennis Heinrich and Marc Stelzner and Le Gruenwald: P-LUPOSDATE: Using Precomputed Bloom Filters to Speed Up SPARQL Processing in the Cloud. Open Journal of Semantic Web (OJSW), no. 1, pp. 25-55, RonPub UG (haftungsbeschränkt), 2014
    BibTeX Link
    @Article{OJSW-v1i2n02_Groppe,
            title     = {P-LUPOSDATE: Using Precomputed Bloom Filters to Speed Up SPARQL Processing in the Cloud},
            author    = {Sven Groppe and Thomas Kiencke and Stefan Werner and Dennis Heinrich and Marc Stelzner and Le Gruenwald},
            journal   = {Open Journal of Semantic Web (OJSW)},
            issn      = {2199-336X},
            year      = {2014},
            volume    = {1},
            number    = {2},
            pages     = {25--55},
            url       = {http://www.ronpub.com/publications/OJSW-v1i2n02_Groppe.pdf},
            publisher = {RonPub UG (haftungsbeschr{\"a}nkt)},
            bibsource = {RonPub UG (haftungsbeschr{\"a}nkt)}
        }
  • Stefan Werner and Dennis Heinrich and Marc Stelzner and Sven Groppe and Rico Backasch and Thilo Pionteck: Parallel and Pipelined Filter Operator for Hardware-Accelerated Operator Graphs in Semantic Web Databases. in Proceedings of the 14th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (CIT 2014), IEEE, Xi´an, China, September 11 - 13, 2014
    BibTeX
    @Inproceedings{Werner14,
      author	=   {Stefan Werner and Dennis Heinrich and Marc Stelzner and Sven Groppe and Rico Backasch and Thilo Pionteck},
      title		=   {{Parallel and Pipelined Filter Operator for Hardware-Accelerated Operator Graphs in Semantic Web Databases}},
      booktitle	=   {Proceedings of the 14th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (CIT 2014)},
      year		=   {2014},
      month		=   {September 11 - 13},
      address	=   {Xi´an, China},
      publisher	=   {IEEE},
      bibsource	=   {IFIS, Universit{\"a}t zu L{\"u}beck},
      doi = {http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/CIT.2014.162},
      copyright	=   {IEEE} 
    }