2013 - Member of Academia Europaea
His primary scientific interests are in Distributed computing, Ubiquitous computing, Computation, Wireless sensor network and Distributed algorithm. His research on Distributed computing frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Timestamp. His Ubiquitous computing research is classified as research in Human–computer interaction.
His Wireless sensor network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Mobile wireless sensor network, Web server and Internet privacy. His work carried out in the field of Mobile wireless sensor network brings together such families of science as Sensor web and Wi-Fi array. His research integrates issues of FIFO, State, Lamport timestamps and Asynchronous communication in his study of Distributed algorithm.
Friedemann Mattern mainly investigates Ubiquitous computing, Distributed computing, Wireless sensor network, Distributed algorithm and Human–computer interaction. Friedemann Mattern has included themes like Smart environment and Computer security in his Ubiquitous computing study. His Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Timestamp and Server.
His Wireless sensor network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Object, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Wireless network and The Internet. His Distributed algorithm research incorporates elements of Algorithm, Computation and Theoretical computer science. His Human–computer interaction study incorporates themes from Semantics and Scalability.
Friedemann Mattern focuses on Human–computer interaction, Occupancy, Ubiquitous computing, Smart meter and Energy consumption. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Smart environment and Scalability. His study looks at the relationship between Scalability and topics such as Variety, which overlap with Web of Things, Mashup and World Wide Web.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Session, Joint and Accelerometer in addition to Ubiquitous computing. The various areas that Friedemann Mattern examines in his Smart meter study include Energy conservation and Embedded system. His Electricity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Computer security and Process.
His work in Human–computer interaction covers topics such as Semantics which are related to areas like Visualization, Web service and Metadata. His studies in Smart meter integrate themes in fields like Computer security, Energy conservation, Energy consumption and Process. His study in End user is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ubiquitous computing and Home automation.
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Virtual Time and Global States of Distributed Systems
The design space of wireless sensor networks
K. Romer;F. Mattern.
IEEE Wireless Communications (2004)
From the internet of computers to the internet of things
Friedemann Mattern;Christian Floerkemeier.
From active data management to event-based systems and more (2010)
Smart-Its Friends: A Technique for Users to Easily Establish Connections between Smart Artefacts
Lars Erik Holmquist;Friedemann Mattern;Bernt Schiele;Petteri Alahuhta.
ubiquitous computing (2001)
Detecting causal relationships in distributed computations: in search of the holy grail
Reinhard Schwarz;Friedemann Mattern.
Distributed Computing (1994)
From the Internet of Things to the Web of Things: Resource-oriented Architecture and Best Practices
Dominique Guinard;Vlad Trifa;Friedemann Mattern;Erik Wilde.
the internet of things (2011)
Efficient Algorithms for Distributed Snapshots and Global Virtual Time Approximation
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (1993)
Das Internet der Dinge: Ubiquitous Computing und RFID in der Praxis:Visionen, Technologien, Anwendungen, Handlungsanleitungen
Elgar Fleisch;Friedemann Mattern.
Middleware challenges for wireless sensor networks
Kay Römer;Oliver Kasten;Friedemann Mattern.
Mobile Computing and Communications Review (2002)
Algorithms for distributed termination detection
Distributed Computing (1987)
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