Stefan Schulte

Associate Professor

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last edited: 06.09.2019


Lectures and Courses

Since Winter semester 2015/16, I’ve been involved in the following lectures, labs, and seminars:

Winter 2019/2020:

  1. Internet of Things for Smart Systems (184.781)
  2. Verteilte Systeme (184.237)
  3. Seminar for PhD Students (184.723)
  4. Seminar in Distributed Systems (184.194)

Summer 2019:

  1. Fundamental research methods for doctoral students (195.079)
  2. Seminar in Distributed Systems (184.194)
  3. Seminar for master’s thesis students (184.202)
  4. Seminar for PhD Students (184.723)

Winter 2018/19:

  1. Internet of Things for Smart Systems (184.781)
  2. Verteilte Systeme (184.237)
  3. Seminar for master’s thesis students (184.202)
  4. Seminar for PhD Students (184.723)

Summer 2018:

  1. Seminar in Distributed Systems (184.194)
  2. Seminar for master’s thesis students (184.202)

Winter 2017/18:

  1. Internet of Things for Smart Systems (184.781)
  2. Verteilte Systeme (184.237)
  3. Seminar for master’s thesis students (184.202)

Summer 2017:

  1. Seminar in Distributed Systems (184.194)
  2. Seminar for master’s thesis students (184.202)

Winter 2016/17:

  1. Advanced Internet Computing (184.269)
  2. Verteilte Systeme (184.237)
  3. Seminar for master’s thesis students (184.202)

Summer 2016:

  1. Seminar in Distributed Systems (184.194)

Winter 2015/16:

  1. Advanced Internet Computing (184.269)
  2. Verteilte Systeme (184.237)

More information about these courses can be found at TUWel.

Theses Offers

In general, I am always looking for motivated students to write their Bachelor or Master thesis with us. At the moment, I am looking for students interested in topics in the area of IoT and blockchains:

If you are not interested in these specific topics, but nevertheless you want to write your thesis with me, simply write me a mail.

In general, I strongly recommend that you ask at least 1-2 months before you want to start with your thesis if supervision is actually possible. Please note that I do NOT supervise topics defined by companies. If this is an option for you, please check first the according guidelines of the Faculty of Informatics.

Supervised Theses (Finished)

  1. M. Nissl, Cross-Blockchain Smart Contracts, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2019.
  2. M. Veit, Blockchain-native Applications, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2019.
  3. S. Videnov, Decentralised Data Provenance based on the Blockchain, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2019.
  4. P. Frauenthaler, A Framework for Blockchain Interoperability and Runtime Selection, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
    Winner of the OCG Incentive Award by the Austrian Computer Society for the best Master thesis in computer science and business informatics in Austria, 2019.
  5. C. Hochreiner, An Elastic Data Stream Processing Ecosystem for Distributed Environments, PhD Thesis, TU Wien, 2018. (Co-Supervised).
    Award of the City of Vienna for outstanding PhD Thesis at TU Wien, 2019.
  6. B. Knasmüller, On Fault Tolerance in Stream Processing Systems, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
    Award of the City of Vienna for outstanding Master Thesis at TU Wien, 2018.
  7. R. Konlechner, Using the Internet of Things and real-time data for optimizing freight streams in transportation networks, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
  8. S. Krejci, Enabling the Blockchain in the Internet of Things, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
  9. S. Meixner, Data-Driven Automatic Deployment in Edge Computing, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
  10. M. Rauch, Transitioning to Microservices, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
  11. A. Rosegger, Smart Contract Middleware for the Internet of Things, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
  12. C. Schubert, Trustworthy Measurement and Arbitration of Service Level Agreements in the Cloud, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
  13. S. Weninger, Data Prefetching in Smart Systems, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2018.
  14. K. Bachmann, Design and Implementation of a Fog Computing Framework, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  15. M. Bartal, Development of a Smart-Factory-Testbed (Software), Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  16. T. Biasion, A Network-Driven Business Model Framework regarding the Internet of Things Industry, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  17. R. Ganaus, Deployment Techniques for Dynamic Application Scenarios, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  18. A. Gerstmayr, Performance Evaluation and Integration of the Ceph File System, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  19. T. Hießl, Optimizing the Placement of Stream Processing Operators in the Fog, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  20. J. Matt, Dynamic Optimization of Data Object Placement in the Cloud, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  21. D. B. Molnar, Development of a Smart-Factory-Testbed (Hardware), Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  22. A. Prennsberger, Distributed Optimization of Cloud Resource Allocation, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
  23. C. Prybila, Runtime Verification for Business Processes utilizing the Blockchain, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
    Shortlisted for EPILOG award, summer semester 2017.
  24. G. Sheganaku, Optimized Auto Scaling of Elastic Processes in the Cloud using Docker Containers, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2017.
    Shortlisted for EPILOG award, winter semester 2017/18
    Winner of award for student thesis awarded by “Internetoffensive Österreich / Wirtschaftskammer Oberösterreich”, 2018
    Winner of award “GP-Nachwuchspreis” for best Master thesis awarded by the “Gesellschaft für Prozessmanagement”, 2018.
  25. A. Carrasco, Scalability for Stream Processing Frameworks, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2016.
  26. A. Rashed, Evaluation of HATEOAS Support by Java Frameworks, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2016.
  27. T. Rausch, Improving Feedback Mechanisms in Continuous Integration Workflows, Master Thesis, TU Wien, 2016.
  28. P. Hoenisch, Elastic Business Process Management in the Cloud, PhD Thesis, TU Wien, 2015. (Co-Supervised).
    Award of the City of Vienna for outstanding PhD Thesis at TU Wien, 2016.
  29. M. Geier, Context-aware Offline Support for Mobile Applications, Bachelor Thesis, TU Wien, 2014.

This list only contains finished theses for which I was the official supervisor, i.e., the list does not contain theses for which I was second supervisor or assistant.