Cyber-Physical Systems Group
Chair of Communication and Distributed Systems (Computer Science 4)
RWTH Aachen University
52074 Aachen, Germany
E-Mail: rene.glebke[[at]]comsys.rwth-aachen.de (correspondence languages: German, English)
Phone: +49 241 80-21424
Fax: +49 241 80-22222
Office (Note: Changed as of 2016-10-24): Building E3, Room 9019 (upper right corridor)
Office hours (Mo-Fr): 10:00-14:00 with prior appointment only (drop me an email), 14:00-18:00 whenever the door is open (please also drop me a mail for an appointment for longer discussions, e.g., interest in a thesis)
After graduating as a M.Sc. from RWTH Aachen University in September 2015, I joined COMSYS' research group on Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) in March/April 2016. My main research interests are in the fields of accelerated processing strategies for industrial control networks and industrial control systems, low-level packet processing, and applications of cyber-physical systems in medical scenarios.
I am currently affiliated with the following projects:
During my bachelor studies at COMSYS, I developed the VODSim BitTorrent simulation framework for ns-3. This project is currently on hold, but I still offer occasional support.
Currently available theses within our group can be found on a special RWTH-only page: Available Theses. Any open theses supervised by me can be found there.
Additionally, should you have your own thesis or research project idea, I'd be happy to discuss it with you (see my office hours and appointment policy above)!
A Few Notes to "External" Thesis Applicants
Please note that external theses (i.e., theses that are to be carried out in cooperation with an industrial partner) are subject to a rigorous selection process involving both me as a staff member, the CPS group and Professor Wehrle. Hence, contact me very early on if you want to write an external thesis with us so I can give you all required information. Your mail should include a written description of your planned project of at least 600 words, answering questions about the context and scope of the project, your plans on how to evaluate the system you want to build (note that "it works for the company" is not enough as an evaluation), and an overview (with phone numbers and email addresses) of your supervisors at the respective company.
HiWi Positions and Internships
I currently have no open HiWi positions. However, there still are opportunities for you in the KoI project; please contact my colleagues (see the KoI page) for further information.
Please note that I currently do not offer internships.
(Past) Teaching Activities
I am/have been involved in the following courses at RWTH Aachen University:
Proceedings of the 43rd ACM SIGCOMM Conference (SIGCOMM '15), London, United Kingdom
Benchmarking Peer-to-Peer Systems Understanding Quality of Service in Large-Scale Distributed Systems
In Effelsberg, Wolfgang and Steinmetz, Ralf and Strufe, Thorsten, editor, Volume 7847 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Chapter Content Delivery Overlays, page 69-79.
Building a modular BitTorrent model for ns-3
Proceedings of the 2012 workshop on ns-3 (WNS3 2012), 26 March 2012, Desenzano del Garda, Italy , page 373-344.
Publisher: ICST, Brussels, Belgium