Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Ebers


University of Lübeck
Institute of Telematics
Ratzeburger Allee 160

23562 Lübeck
Gebäude 64, 2nd Floor, Raum 41

Email:ebers(at)itm.uni-luebeck.de
Phone:+49 451 3101 6405
Fax:+49 451 3101 6404

 

Since January 2010, I am working as research assistant at the Institute of Telematics of Prof. Dr. Stefan Fischer.

I am head of the Nano Computation and Networking Group and member of the advisory board of the DSC (Dozierenden-Service-Center der Universität zu Lübeck).

Teaching activities

Lectures

  • Verteilte Systeme (since WS 2016/17)
  • Java-Kurs in Einführung in die Programmierung (since WS 2015/16)
  • Sicherheit in Netzen und verteilten Systemen (since SS 2015)

Seminars

  • Nanotechnology (since SS 17, WS 2017/18)
  • Präsentieren und Dokumentieren (WS 2010/11, WS 2013/14)

Lecture exercises

  • Betriebssysteme und Netze (since SS 2016)
  • Einführung in die Programmierung (WS 2014/15 - WS 2017/18)
  • Programmieren (WS 2010/11 - WS 2013/14)
  • Sicherheit in Netzen und verteilten Systemen (SS 2010 - SS 2014)

 

 

Projects

Completed Projects

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.}
    }
  • 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
    @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},
      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.}
    }
  • 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 (ACM NanoCom`18),, Reykjavik, Iceland,, ep,, 018,
    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

  • Dennis Boldt and Sebastian Ebers: Security Mechanisms for Signaling in WebRTC-based Peer-to-Peer Networks. in International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI), IEEE Computer Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, December, 2017
    BibTeX
    @inproceedings{Boldt:2017:Security,
    	title = {Security Mechanisms for Signaling in WebRTC-based Peer-to-Peer Networks},
    	author = {Dennis Boldt and Sebastian Ebers},
    	booktitle = {International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI)},
    	year = {2017},
    	month = {December},
    	days = {14--16}
    	address = {Las Vegas, Nevada, USA},
    	editor = {H. R. Arabnia and L. Deligiannidis and F. G. Tinetti and Q-N. Tran and M. Qu Yang},
    	publisher = {IEEE Computer Society},
    	isbn = {978-1-5386-2652-8},
    	doi = {10.1109/CSCI.2017.313},
    }
  • 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}
    }
    

2015

  • Kleine, O. and Ebers, S. and Leggieri, M.: Monitoring Urban Traffic using Semantic Web Services on Smartphones - A Case Study. in SWANSITY 2015 - 2nd Workshop on Smart Wireless Access Networks for Smart cITY (IEEE SECON Workshop) (SWANSITY 2015), pp. 1-6, Seattle, USA, June 22 - 25, 2015
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{kleine15,
      AUTHOR={Kleine, O. and Ebers, S. and Leggieri, M.},
      TITLE={{Monitoring Urban Traffic using Semantic Web Services on Smartphones - A Case Study}},
      BOOKTITLE={SWANSITY 2015 - 2nd Workshop on Smart Wireless Access Networks for Smart cITY (IEEE SECON Workshop) (SWANSITY 2015)},
      YEAR={2015}, 
      MONTH={June 22 -- 25},
      ADDRESS={Seattle, USA},
      PAGES={1--6},
      KEYWORDS={Internet of Things, Web of Things, Semantic Web, Linked Data, own},
      ABSTRACT={The Internet of Things aims to integrate arbitrary things with the
      Internet. Sadly, the majority of things lacks of the ability to communicate
      which makes a direct integration with a communication network, i.e., the
      Internet, impossible. We overcome this limitation by introducing refined
      versions of Semantic Entities, with special Web Services, representing
      arbitrary real-world things states using (possibly aggregated) sensor
      values. Sensors can be considered ubiquitous, e.g., due to the omnipresence
      of smartphones.
    
      Our architecture of a Semantic Web of Things bases on sensors providing
      their measurements in RDF. We account for the common fact of resource
      constraints on sensor platforms by introducing a scalable caching mechanism
      for RDF data within a network of proxies (SSPs). Consequently, the
      individual Semantic Entities find and aggregate relevant (sensor) data via
      SPARQL. Besides scalabilty, the proxies also solve the issue of the sensor
      platforms diversity in terms of communication interfaces.}    
    }
  • Sebastian Ebers and Horst Hellbrück and Stefan Fischer: VaSili - A Simulation Runtime Environment for Applications in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks. in 12th Annual IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference, CCNC: CCNC 2015 Workshops - VENITS 2015, pp. 937-942, Las Vegas, NV, USA, January, 2015
    BibTeX
    @inproceedings{Ebers2015:VaSili,
      author    = {Sebastian Ebers and Horst Hellbrück and Stefan Fischer},
      title     = {{VaSili} - {A} {S}imulation {R}untime {E}nvironment for 
    		{A}pplications in {V}ehicular {Ad-Hoc} {N}etworks},
      booktitle = {12th Annual {IEEE} Consumer Communications and Networking Conference,
                   {CCNC}: CCNC 2015 Workshops - VENITS 2015},
     year      = {2015},  
     month     = {9.-12. Januar},
     address = {Las Vegas, NV, USA},
     pages     = {937--942},
     doi       = {10.1109/CCNC.2015.7158102},
     keywords  = {VANET; VANET Simulator; VANET API; Simulation Runtime; Simulation Environment; 
    Simulation Framework; Application Development}
    }

2014

  • Sebastian Ebers and and Stefan Fischer: Poster: Adapter Framework for VANET Simulators. in Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), 2014 IEEE, pp. 193-194, Dec, 2014
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{Ebers2014:Adapter, 
    author={Sebastian Ebers and and Stefan Fischer}, 
    booktitle={Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), 2014 IEEE}, 
    title={{Poster: Adapter Framework for VANET Simulators}}, 
    year={2014}, 
    month={Dec}, 
    pages={193-194}, 
    keywords={application program interfaces;vehicular ad hoc networks;VANET API;VANET simulators;adapter framework;vehicular ad-hoc networks;Adaptation models;Computational modeling;Java;Mobile computing;Protocols;Vehicular ad hoc networks}, 
    doi={10.1109/VNC.2014.7013343}}
    
    
  • Christian Renner and Benjamin Meyer and Daniel Bimschas and Alexander Gabrecht and Sebastian Ebers and Thomas Tosik and Ammar Amory and Erik Maehle and Stefan Fischer: Hybrid Underwater Environmental Monitoring. in Proceedings of the 12th ACM Conference on Embedded Network Sensor Systems, pp. 340-341, ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2014
    BibTeX Link
    @inproceedings{Renner2014hybrid,
            author=    {Christian Renner and Benjamin Meyer and Daniel Bimschas and Alexander Gabrecht and Sebastian Ebers and Thomas Tosik and Ammar Amory and Erik Maehle and Stefan Fischer},
    	title=    {{Hybrid Underwater Environmental Monitoring}},
    	booktitle=    {Proceedings of the 12th ACM Conference on Embedded Network Sensor Systems},
    	series=    {SenSys 2014},
    	year=    {2014},
            days=    {3 - 6},
            month=   {November},
            location=    {Memphis, Tennessee},
            pages=    {340--341},
            numpages=    {2},
    	isbn=    {978-1-4503-3143-2},
            publisher=    {ACM},
    	address=    {New York, NY, USA},
    	url=    {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2668332.2668354},
    	doi=    {10.1145/2668332.2668354},
    	acmid=    {2668354}
    }
    
    

2013

  • Sebastian Ebers and Horst Hellbrück and Dennis Pfisterer and Stefan Fischer: Short Paper: Collaboration Between VANET Applications Based on Open Standards. in 2013 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC) (IEEE VNC 2013), Boston, USA,, ec,, 013,
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{Eber1312:Short,
    AUTHOR={Sebastian Ebers and Horst {Hellbr{\"u}ck} and Dennis Pfisterer
    and Stefan Fischer},
    TITLE={Short Paper: Collaboration Between {VANET} Applications Based on Open Standards},
    BOOKTITLE={2013 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC) (IEEE VNC 2013)},
    ADDRESS="Boston, USA",
    DAYS=16,
    MONTH=dec,
    YEAR=2013,
    KEYWORDS="VANET; Traffic Information System; Semantic Web Technologies; Ontology; V2V Communication; Interoperability; VANET Ontology; VANET Data Representation"
    }
    
    

2011

  • Sebastian Ebers and Mohamed A. Hail and Stefan Fischer and Horst Hellbrück: API for Data Dissemination Protocols - Evaluation with AutoCast,. in The Third World Congress on Nature and Biologically Computing (NaBIC 2011),, pp. 534-539, IEEE,, Salamanca, Spain,, oct,, 2011,
    BibTeX
    @InProceedings{ ebers2011api,
    	author = {Sebastian Ebers and Mohamed A. Hail and Stefan Fischer and
    Horst Hellbr{\"u}ck},
    	title = "API for Data Dissemination Protocols - Evaluation with AutoCast",
    	booktitle = "The Third World Congress on Nature and Biologically
    Inspired Computing (NaBIC 2011)",
    	year = "2011",
    	address = "Salamanca, Spain",
    	publisher = "IEEE",
    	month = oct,
    	abstract = "In the past various protocols inspired by nature and
    biology have been proposed to disseminate or transfer data in mobile or
    static ad-hoc networks. Many of them are designed for usage in wireless
    sensor networks or vehicular ad-hoc networks. Recently, we have
    developed and designed a general purpose data dissemination protocol
    called AutoCast in this field that we evaluated in detail by
    simulations. When we started to use AutoCast in real applications, we
    found out that the description of AutoCast is incomplete, as we provided
    the algorithms of AutoCast in details but did neither provide nor
    describe a suitable Application Programming Interface (API) and AutoCast
    was closely coupled to the application. The focus of this article is
    twofold. First, we propose an appropriate API to encapsulate data
    dissemination protocols like AutoCast and we specify the service
    interface of AutoCast in detail. This API can serve as a reference model
    for other nature and biologically inspired data dissemination approaches
    and applications. Second, we evaluate two applications based on our API
    with AutoCast in the field of wireless sensor networks and vehicular
    ad-hoc networks to illustrate the usage of the API and demonstrate the
    flexibility of this approach.",
    	keywords = "API, communication protocols, data dissemination, vehicular
    ad-hoc networks, wireless sensor networks",
    	pages = "534--539"
    }
    
    
  • Nils Glombitza and Sebastian Ebers and Dennis Pfisterer and Stefan Fischer: Using BPEL to Realize Business Processes for an Internet of Things. in 10th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless, jul,, 2011
    BibTeX
    @INPROCEEDINGS{glombitza-BPEL4WSN,
      author = {Nils Glombitza and Sebastian Ebers and Dennis Pfisterer and Stefan
    	Fischer},
      title = {{Using BPEL to Realize Business Processes for an Internet of Things}},
      booktitle = {10th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless},
      year = {2011},
      month = jul,
      owner = {glombitza},
      timestamp = {2011.05.03}
    }
    
    
    
  • Sebastian Ebers and Sándor P. Fekete and Stefan Fischer and Horst Hellbrück and Björn Hendriks and Axel Wegener: Hovering Data Clouds for Organic Computing,. in Organic Computing - A Paradigm Shift for Complex Systems ,, no. ,, Birkhäuser Verlag, 2011,
    BibTeX
    @InBook{ EbFeFiHeHeWe11,
    	title = "Hovering Data Clouds for Organic Computing",
    	booktitle = "Organic Computing - A Paradigm Shift for Complex Systems ",
    	series = "Autonomic Systems",
    	author = {Sebastian Ebers and S{\'a}ndor P. Fekete and Stefan Fischer and Horst Hellbr{\"u}ck and Bj{\"o}rn Hendriks and Axel Wegener},
    	publisher = {Birkh{\"a}user Verlag},
    	chapter = "2.7",
    	volume = " ",
    	year = "2011",
    	doi = "10.1007/978-3-0348-0130-0\_14",
    	abstract = "As part of our project AutoNomos, we have investigated traffic information and management systems that motivate the usage of new methods and tools inspired by Organic Computing paradigms. Current traffic monitoring and management approaches with stationary infrastructure lack flexibility with respect to system deployment and have difficulties with detecting unpredictable events (e.g., accidents). One goal of AutoNomos is the development of a distributed and selforganising traffic information and management system without a centralised infrastructure. Our system relies on a GPS-based navigation system and a wireless radio interface; vehicles can gather information about the current position on the road network and form a vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) to share information about traffic phenomena. In this article, we introduce Hovering Data Clouds (HDCs) as a tool to collect, aggregate and disseminate application-specific data. HDCs evolve in a self-organising manner at locations of relevant data in the system. Although their data is hosted on the nodes, HDCs exist independent of the individual carriers. While HDCs float between physical carriers, their corresponding HDC messages are disseminated in the network by a new effective transport protocol named AutoCast, designed according to Organic Computing paradigms. Finally, we demonstrate that HDCs detect traffic phenomena reliably and propagate them robustly within the network.",
    	keywords = "Hovering Data Clouds, Organic Computing, Self-Organizing Systems, Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks"
    }
    
    
  • Sándor P. Fekete and Björn Hendriks and Christopher Tessars and Axel Wegener and Horst Hellbrück and Stefan Fischer and Sebastian Ebers: Methods for Improving the Flow of Traffic,. in Organic Computing - A Paradigm Shift for Complex Systems ,, Birkhäuser Verlag, 2011,
    BibTeX
    @InBook{ FeHeTeNeNeNeEb11,
    	title = "Methods for Improving the Flow of Traffic",
    	series = "Autonomic Systems",
    	author = {S{\'a}ndor P. Fekete and Bj{\"o}rn Hendriks and Christopher Tessars and Axel Wegener and Horst Hellbr{\"u}ck and Stefan Fischer and Sebastian Ebers},
    	publisher = {Birkh{\"a}user Verlag},
    	year = "2011",
    	booktitle = "Organic Computing - A Paradigm Shift for Complex Systems ",
    	chapter = "5"
    }
    
    

2009

  • Jinghua Groppe and Sven Groppe and Sebastian Ebers and Volker Linnemann,: Efficient Processing of SPARQL Joins in Memory by Dynamically Restricting Triple Patterns,. in Proceedings of the 24th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (ACM SAC 2009),, pp. 1231-1238,, ACM,, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA,, March 8 - 12,, 2009,
    BibTeX
    @InProceedings{ GrGrEb09,
    	author = "Jinghua Groppe and Sven Groppe and Sebastian Ebers and Volker Linnemann",
    	title = "{Efficient Processing of SPARQL Joins in Memory by Dynamically Restricting Triple Patterns}",
    	booktitle = "Proceedings of the 24th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (ACM SAC 2009)",
    	year = "2009",
    	month = "March 8 - 12",
    	address = "Honolulu, Hawaii, USA",
    	pages = "1231--1238",
    	publisher = "ACM",
    	isbn = "978-1-60558-166-8",
    	doi = "http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1529282.1529560",
    	bibsource = {IFIS, Universit{\"a}t zu L{\"u}beck},
    	copyright = "ACM"
    }
    
    

Open Source Software and Tools

  • Testbed Runtime (Infrastructure-Software for Future Internet Testbeds
    Reference Implementation of the WISEBED APIs)
  • SpyGlass (modular and extensible visualization framework for wireless sensor networks)
  • Tor-zur-Ostsee (display AIS data on a Google map)
  • Lübeck-Parking (display car-park routing system data on a mobile web site)

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