|Aalborg University, Department of Electronic Systems|
Prof., Dr. rer. nat.
Department of Electronic Systems
Section on Wireless Communication Networks (WCN)
Fredrik Bajers Vej 7
9220 Aalborg Ø
Phone: 9940 8616
Additional affiliation: Scientific Director, Forschungszentrum Telekommunikation Wien, FTW;
Hans-Peter Schwefel is Professor for Communication Networks at Aalborg University, Denmark. In addition, he has been Scientific Director of the Research Center for Telecommunications (Forschungszentrum Telekommunikation Wien - FTW) in Vienna, Austria since 2008. His research focuses on IP-based communication networks and their applications for critical infrastructures with main interest in performance and dependability aspects. Before he joined Aalborg University in 2003, he was a project manager at Siemens Information and Communication Mobile, supervising research projects and responsible for the development of technical concepts for next generation mobile networks. He obtained his doctoral degree in the area of IP traffic and performance modeling from the Technical University in Munich, Germany. For his research activities, he also spent extended periods of time at the University of Connecticut, USA, at AT&T Labs, Middletown, USA, and at University of Florence and CNR-ISTI in Pisa, Italy.
· FTW COMET Research Program (Austrian FFG)
o 36 application-oriented research projects on Telecommunications, Intelligent Transport Systems and Intelligent Energy Grids together with 29 company partners and 9 scientific partners;
o 37 European and nationally funded research projects on Telecommunications, Intelligent Transport Systems, Intelligent Energy Grids, and Intelligent Production
o Smart Control of Energy Distribution Grids over Heterogeneous Communication Networks – SmartC2Net (FP7)
o Safety and Security Modeling – SeSaMo (Artemis)
o Efficient Distribution of Green Energy – EDGE (Danish Research Council)
o HIghly DEpendable ip-based NETworks and Services – HIDENETS (FP6)
o Safe Driver Machine Interface for ERTMS trains – SafeDMI (FP6)
o Open Pervasive Environments for Migratory Interactive Services – OPEN (FP7)
o Wireless Hybrid Enhanced Mobile Radio Estimators – WHERE (FP7)
Hans-Peter Schwefel, Feb 2016.