2018 - ACM Distinguished Member
2017 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to adaptive and self-organizing communication protocols in sensor and vehicular networks
2009 - ACM Senior Member
Falko Dressler spends much of his time researching Computer network, Vehicular ad hoc network, Wireless ad hoc network, Wireless and Wireless sensor network. The Computer network study combines topics in areas such as Energy consumption, Intelligent transportation system and IEEE 802.11s. Falko Dressler has included themes like Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing, Mobility model, Mobile ad hoc network, Network simulation and Communications protocol in his Vehicular ad hoc network study.
As a part of the same scientific family, Falko Dressler mostly works in the field of Wireless ad hoc network, focusing on Information system and, on occasion, Flooding, Network topology, Link level, Multicast and UMTS frequency bands. His work deals with themes such as Reliability, Transmitter power output, Vehicle Information and Communication System, Traffic flow and Embedded system, which intersect with Wireless. His Wireless sensor network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Distributed computing, Cryptography, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Real-time computing and Robustness.
Falko Dressler mainly focuses on Computer network, Distributed computing, Wireless sensor network, Vehicular ad hoc network and Wireless. The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Wireless ad hoc network and Wireless network. His work carried out in the field of Distributed computing brings together such families of science as Self-organization, Scalability and Routing protocol.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sensor node, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Real-time computing, Embedded system and Node. His Vehicular ad hoc network research includes themes of Mobile ad hoc network, Intelligent transportation system, Computer security and Network simulation. His Network simulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Simulation and Mobility model.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Wireless, Communication channel, Electronic engineering and Wireless network. Falko Dressler combines Computer network and Byzantine architecture in his studies. Falko Dressler interconnects Wireless sensor network, Key and Software-defined radio in the investigation of issues within Wireless.
The concepts of his Wireless sensor network study are interwoven with issues in Wireless lan and Channel models. His work in the fields of Electronic engineering, such as Universal Software Radio Peripheral, intersects with other areas such as Visible light communication. Within one scientific family, Falko Dressler focuses on topics pertaining to Data integrity under Wireless network, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Communication complexity.
His main research concerns Communication channel, Molecular communication, Human–computer interaction, Latency and Domain. His work in Molecular communication tackles topics such as Testbed which are related to areas like Adaptability and Simulation. His work in Human–computer interaction addresses issues such as Variety, which are connected to fields such as Road traffic safety, Advanced driver assistance systems, Mobility model, Human-in-the-loop and System safety.
His Domain research includes themes of Computation offloading, Wireless network, Distributed algorithm, Key and Dynamic network analysis. His Dynamic network analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Node and Distributed computing. His research investigates the link between Distributed computing and topics such as Broadcasting that cross with problems in Communications system.
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Bidirectionally Coupled Network and Road Traffic Simulation for Improved IVC Analysis
C Sommer;R German;F Dressler.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2011)
On the lifetime of wireless sensor networks
Isabel Dietrich;Falko Dressler.
ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (2009)
A survey on bio-inspired networking
Falko Dressler;Ozgur B. Akan.
Computer Networks (2010)
A computationally inexpensive empirical model of IEEE 802.11p radio shadowing in urban environments
Christoph Sommer;David Eckhoff;Reinhard German;Falko Dressler.
wireless on demand network systems and service (2011)
Self-Organization in Sensor and Actor Networks
Adaptive Distance Estimation and Localization in WSN using RSSI Measures
A. Awad;T. Frunzke;F. Dressler.
digital systems design (2007)
On Swarm Intelligence Inspired Self-Organized Networking: Its Bionic Mechanisms, Designing Principles and Optimization Approaches
Zhongshan Zhang;Keping Long;Jianping Wang;Falko Dressler.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2014)
Plexe: A platooning extension for Veins
Michele Segata;Stefan Joerer;Bastian Bloessl;Christoph Sommer.
vehicular networking conference (2014)
On the applicability of Two-Ray path loss models for vehicular network simulation
Christoph Sommer;Stefan Joerer;Falko Dressler.
vehicular networking conference (2012)
How Shadowing Hurts Vehicular Communications and How Dynamic Beaconing Can Help
Christoph Sommer;Stefan Joerer;Michele Segata;Ozan K. Tonguz.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2015)
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