Marcel Waldvogel

Marcel Waldvogel holds a doctorate in technical sciences from ETH Zürich, for his work on improving Internet router scalability. His research interests include distributed storage, data distribution, as well as the underlying secure and efficient protocol

Marcel Waldvogel holds a doctorate in technical sciences from ETH Zürich, for his work on improving Internet router scalability. In 1999, he became an assistant professor at Washington University in St. Louis and returned to Switzerland in 2001 to join IBM Research. Since 2004, he is full professor at the University of Konstanz, Germany, holds the chair for distributed systems, and is director of the computing centre. His research interests include distributed storage, data distribution and synchronization, as well as the underlying secure and efficient protocols.

Contact information

Phone: +49 7531 88-2404
Email: marcel.waldvogel@uni-konstanz.de
Post office box: Universitätsstr. 10/229
Room: Z 810
Homepage: https://www.disy.uni-konstanz.de/

Research intentions

Title Responsibility Period
Secure Networking and Storage Project head no information
Secure and Private Collaboration through DNS Project head since 01.01.2014
WISEchat: Web-Integrated, Secure, Enhanced Chat Project head since 01.01.2014

Scientific career

1988-1994 ETH Zürich Computer Science Student
(Eidg. Dipl. Informatik-Ing. ETH, 1994)
1992-1996 Uptime Object Factory Inc Co-Founder
1996-1999 ETH Zürich Ph.D. Student (Dr. sc. techn., 2000)
1999-2001 Washington University in St. Louis Assistant Professor
2001-2004 IBM Research, Zurich Research Laboratory Senior Networking Researcher
2004-current University of Konstanz Professor of Computer Science, Distributed Systems

Publication list

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