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Martin Breitbach, M.Sc.

Martin Breitbach, M.Sc.

Wissenschaft­licher Mitarbeiter
Universität Mannheim
Lehr­stuhl für Wirtschafts­informatik II
L 15, 1-6 – Raum 722
68161 Mannheim
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Brief CV

since 08/2018 Researcher, Chair for Information Systems II, University of Mannheim
06/2018 Master Degree
09/2016-06/2018 MSc Mannheim Master in Management, University of Mannheim
06/2016 Bachelor Degree
09/2015-12/2015 Lancaster University, United Kingdom
09/2013-06/2016 BSc Business Informatics, University of Mannheim
  • Research Interest

    • Edge Computing, Mobile Ad-hoc Computing, Fog Computing
    • Tasklets
    • Data Management in Distributed Computing Systems
    • Energy-aware Offloading
    • Location-aware Services
  • Publications

    2020

    • Pfannemüller, M., Breitbach, M. und Becker, C. (2020). EnTrace: Achieving enhanced traceability in self-aware computing systems. In , 2020 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS) : Aug. 17 2020 to Aug. 21 2020 Washington, DC, USA : conference proceedings (S. 160-165). , IEEE: Piscataway, NJ.
    • Pfannemüller, M., Breitbach, M., Krupitzer, C., Becker, C. und Schürr, A. (2020). Enhancing a communication system with adaptive behavior using REACT. In , 2020 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS) : Aug. 17 2020 to Aug. 21 2020 Washington, DC, USA : conference proceedings (S. 228-229). , IEEE: Piscataway, NJ.
    • Pfannemüller, M., Breitbach, M., Krupitzer, C., Weckesser, M., Becker, C., Schmerl, B. und Schürr, A. (2020). REACT: A model-based runtime environment for adapting communication systems. In , 2020 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS) : Aug. 17 2020 to Aug. 21 2020 Washington, DC, USA : conference proceedings (S. 65-74). , IEEE: Piscataway, NJ.

    2019

    2018

    2017

    • Edinger, J., Schäfer, D., Breitbach, M. und Becker, C. (2017). Developing distributed computing applications with tasklets. In , 2017 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PerCom Workshops) took place 13-17 March 2017 in Big Island, HI, USA (S. 94-96). , IEEE: Piscataway, NJ.
    • Krupitzer, C., Breitbach, M., Saal, J., Becker, C., Segata, M. und Cigno, R. L. (2017). RoCoSys : a framework for coordination of mobile IoT devices. In , 2017 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, PerCom 2017, Kona, Big Island, HI, USA, March 13-17, 2017 (S. 485-490). , IEEE: New York, NY.

    2016

  • Awards and Scholarships

    • Scholarship by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation („Studien­stiftung des Deutschen Volkes“)
    • Best Paper Award Nominee at IEEE PerCom 2018
    • FWI Science Award 2016
    • Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievements 2016
  • Teaching

    FSS 2021

    • IS 621 Self-Organizing and Adaptive Systems (Exercise)
    • SM 453/IS 722/IS 918 Context-Aware and Distributed Systems (Seminar)
    • Large Scale Experiments for Mobile Distributed Computing in the Wild (Team project)

    HWS 2020

    • SM 453/IS 722/IS 918 Context-Aware and Distributed Systems (Seminar)
    • Large Scale Experiments for Mobile Distributed Computing in the Wild (Team project)

    FSS 2020

    • IS 625 Pervasive Computing (Exercise)
    • SM 453/IS 722 Trends in Distributed Systems (Seminar)

    HWS 2019

    • SM 453/IS 722 Trends in Distributed Systems (Seminar)

    FSS 2019

    • IS 625 Pervasive Computing (Exercise)
    • Location-Aware Data Placement in Distributed Computing (Team project)
    • SM 453/IS 722 Trends in Distributed Systems (Seminar)

    HWS 2018

    • IS 553 System Software (Exercise)
  • Open Thesis Topics

    • Decentralized Low-Latency Scheduling for Edge Computing (Master)
    • The Effect of Queuing on Centralized and Decentralized Task Scheduling (Bachelor/Master)
    • The Social Network - Resource Sharing among Friends with Tasklets (Bachelor/Master)
    • More open topics upon request...
  • Supervised Theses

    Bachelor Business Informatics

    • Experimental Evaluation of Machine Learning for Energy-Aware Code Offloading in Edge Computing
    • A Simulation-Based Study of Resource Reservation Strategies in Task Scheduling for Edge Computing
    • A Simulation-Based Use Case Analysis for Location-Aware Data Placement in 5G Edge Computing
    • Development of an Energy-Aware Decision Engine for Distributed Computing

    Bachelor Business Administration

    • User Experience in Edge Computing: A Categorization of Response Time Requirements
    • An Overview of Smart Demo Factories for Industry 4.0
    • The Future of Computing: Trends, Challenges, and Outlook
    • Empirical Evaluation of Distributed Ant Colony Optimization Strategies
    • A Survey on Platooning Coordination – Algorithms, Strategies, Approaches

    Master Business Informatics

    • Predicting the energy consumption of applications based on a bytecode instruction analysis
    • Evaluation of Suitable Programming Languages for Heterogeneous Distributed Computing Systems
    • Energy-Aware Task Scheduling in Edge Computing Environments
    • Leveraging the Power of Edge Computing for Distributed Tree Search Algorithms
    • A Simulation-Based Study of Data Placement Strategies in Distributed Computing

    Mannheim Master in Management

    • From Peer-to-Peer to Mobile Ad-Hoc Computing: A Survey on Resource Sharing among End-User Devices
    • Location Prediction for Data Placement in Distributed Computing Systems
  • Review Activities

    • Elsevier Pervasive and Mobile Computing Journal
    • IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (IEEE ITSC)
    • Internationale Tagung Wirtschafts­informatik (WI)
  • Profiles