Stefan Liebald, M. Sc.

Research Associate
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Postal address

  • Institut für Informatik der
  • Technischen Universität München
  • Lehrstuhl I8
  • Boltzmannstr. 3
  • 85748 Garching bei München - Germany

Contact

  • Tel: +49 89 289 - 18003
  • Fax: +49 89 289 - 18033
  • e-Mail: liebaldAtnet.in.tum.de
    (GPG: BEDC 179E 9D2F 1332 DE15 E650 10C7 0DDA EA6D 3046)
  • Building/Room: MI Building, 03.05.057

Consultation hours

By arrangement

Research

  • Smart Space Orchestration
  • Distributed Systems

projects

  • DecADe: Decentralized Anomaly Detection (2016 – 2019)

Teaching

Stefan Liebald is currently a scientific staff member and lecturer at the Chair of Network Architectures and Services at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

He received his Master degree in Informatics from TUM in February 2016. Currently he is a PhD canditate at TUM. His main area of interest lies in Internet of Things and Smart Space research. Current work is focused on Smart Space Orchestration using a distributed, software oriented architecture.

Another area of interest is teaching. He is working on a practical networking course (the iLab) held at TUM since the last 4 years. Furthermore he is part of a team currently preparing a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) aimed at teaching computer network fundamentals using practical exercises in a virtual elearning environment.

Supervised Theses

Open

Title Type Advisors Links
Distributed Detection of SomeIP Anomalies MA Dr. Holger Kinkelin, Stefan Liebald, Marcel von Maltitz Pdf
Distributed Self-Learning Detection of Advanced Persistent Threats MA Dr. Holger Kinkelin, Stefan Liebald, Marcel von Maltitz Pdf

In progress

Student Title Type Advisors Links
David Gogrichiani Evaluating Databases for the Internet of Things BA Stefan Liebald, Marc-Oliver Pahl Pdf

Finished

Author Title Type Advisors Links
Marko Dorfhuber Information Collection for Temporal Variation Analysis on Networks BA Nadine Herold, Matthias Wachs, Stefan Liebald
Christoph Rudolf Automated Planning, Setup and Configuration for Scientific Testbed Environments BA Nadine Herold, Matthias Wachs, Stefan Liebald

Publications

2017.07 Nadine Herold, Matthias Wachs, Marko Dorfhuber, Christoph Rudolf, Stefan Liebald, Georg Carle, “Achieving reproducible network environments with INSALATA,” in 11th International Conference on Autonomous Infrastructure, Management and Security (AIMS’2017), Best Paper Award, Zurich, Switzerland, Jul. 2017. [Pdf] [Slides] [Bib]