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Head of the Adaptive Communication Systems Group
Rhaban Hark received the master’s degree in electrical engineering and the master's degree in information system technology both in 2015 at the Technical University of Darmstadt with the thesis "Dynamic and Transparently Discoverable Software-Defined Multicast in ISP Environments". Since 2015 he is a Research Assistant with the Multimedia Communications Engineering Lab, Technical University of Darmstadt. In 2019 he received his Dr.-Ing. at the Technische Universität Darmstadt with the dissertation titled "Monitoring Federated Softwarized Networks: Approaches for Efficient and Collaborative Data Collection in Large-Scale Software-Defined Networks." His current research focuses on distributed monitoring approaches in the context of Software-Defined Networks.
Rhaban Hark is working within the SENDATE-PLANETS project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. He is part of the TITAN subproject with its focus on distributed and flexible network status detection.
The SENDATE-PLANETS was evaluated with excellent results.
Rhaban Hark is associated with the Collaborative Research Center 1053 - MAKI funded by the DFG and works towards transitions between monitoring mechanisms in the context of Software-defined Networking.