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Andreas Hanemann

Professor for Computer Networks and Web Technologies at University of Applied Sciences Lübeck

About Me

Dr. Hanemann is professor for Computer Networks and Web Technologies at the University of Applied Sciences Lübeck, Germany. His research focus is on network management and network monitoring for wide area networks. He is a member of DFG Netzkommission, an advisory board for new network infrastructures for German universities and university hospitals.

Before joining the faculty of the university, Mr. Hanemann worked at the main office of DFN in Berlin. DFN is Germany’s national research and education network that links universities and research institutions all over the country. His main concerns were the planning of DFN’s optical network as well as wide area network monitoring activities in the context of European GEANT project (GEANT is the European research backbone network).

Prior to DFN, Mr. Hanemann worked at the Leibniz Supercomputing Center, which is the joint computing center of the Universities in Munich. At that time, he earned a PhD from the University of Munich (LMU) about a topic on network fault diagnosis. He studied Computer Science at the University of Karlsruhe including a stay at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA to write the master’s thesis.

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