Prof. Dr. Martin Mauve
Lehrstuhl für Rechnernetze
Phone: +49 211 81 11636
Fax: +49 211 81 11638
From late 1991 to early 1997 I studied computer science and business
administration at the University of Mannheim. At the end of that time
I had a one year stay at the International Computer Science Institute in
From mid 1997 on I worked on my Ph.D. Thesis in Computer Science
on "Distributed Interactive Media". My work was supported through a Ph.D. grant
by Siemens. I completed my thesis at the University of Mannheim by mid 2000.
From fall 2000 until summer 2003 I was an assistant professor at the University
of Mannheim, leading projects in the area of wireless ad-hoc networking and vehicular
ad-hoc networks. In summer 2003 I completed my Habilitation on "Algorithms and
Protocols for Distributed Multimedia Systems".
In august 2003 I joined the computer science department at the Heinrich-Heine
University in Düsseldorf as a full professor, heading the chair for Computer
Networks and Communication Systems. From 2005 to 2010 I was head of the
department for computer science at the Heinrich-Heine University.
Personal publications page.
The areas of research I am currently interested in are (in no particular order):
- Wireless and Ad-Hoc Networking
- Inter-Vehicle Communications
- Multimedia Transport Protocols
- Congestion Control and TCP-friendliness for Multimedia Flows
- Consistency in Replicated Multimedia Systems
- Networked Games (in particular for wireless networks)
Whenever I am present or by arranging a meeting via email.