I'm a PhD-student at the MPI-SWS and work with Peter Druschel (my advisor), Deepak Garg, Rodrigo Rodrigues and Johannes Gehrke.
My research focuses on the design, build and evaluation of distributed and operating systems. Currently I focus on a novel storage system to protect it's important data by design.
- Trusted Storage (FAST'12 WiP)
We study the properties, design, implementation and performance of trusted storage, an architecture that ensures the integrity, confidentiality and accountability of data, by enforcing storage policies at the lowest layer of a storage system, within the hardware and firmware of disk enclosures. The guarantees provided by trusted storage depend only on the integrity and correctness of the trusted device/enclosure firmware and hardware, not on the absence of bugs and security vulnerabilities in any higher level software of a system and operator error or malice.
- Dependable Wireless Safety-Critical Hard-Real-Time Design (IEEE WoWMoM '11)
Design, implementation and verification of a wireless electric bicycle brake using Chess's MyriaNed nodes and Modest. Assumptions: 250 ms total reaction time (100 ms mechanical reaction time, 150 ms for communication), no fail-safe, ~60% message loss rate. This video demonstrates the wireless bicycle brake.
Press: Video (DRS 3 - Digital filming our demo at CeBit), CNN, ZDNet, CNET, GIZMODO, Engadget, Slashdot
DBLP | Google Scholar
- A Verified Dependable Wireless Safety Critical Hard Real-Time Design[PDF][bibtex]
Dynamic Kernel Fusion and the Block Movement Library[IP.com]
Benedict Rafanallo, Stan Gowen, Dean Burdick, AnjoVahldiek
ip.com, Sep. 2009
Evaluation of an Optimization for Object Tracking: Feedback-Based Head-Tracking[PDF]
Anjo Vahldiek, Ansgar Schneider, Stefan Schubert, Dirk Reichardt
5th anual meeting on Information Technology and Computer Science BWCSU (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University), 2009
- Trusted Storage[PDF][Slides][Video][Poster]
- Sep 2010 - Today: Graduate School MPI-SWS
Advisor: Peter Druschel
Main Lectures: Distributed Systems, Algorithms & Datastructures, Security
- Oct 2009 - Sep 2010: Computer Science Graduate School at Saarland University
Mentor: Holger Hermanns
Main Lectures: Multicore System Architectures, Distributed Systems
Oct 2006 - Sep 2009: Cooperative State University Stuttgart with IBM (B.Sc.)
Main Lectures: Computer Architectures, Operating Systems, Concurrent Programming
Experiences: Cell Boradband Engine, Parallel Programming Models & Pattern, Distributed Query Execution, Informix
- 2005: Freie University Berlin - "Mathematics for Computer Scientists I" (during senior high school)
- Teaching assistent for Operating Systems (summer'11)
Last modified January 20th, 2013