Invited Speaker Presentations on Several Events about Time-Sensitive Networking
Our colleague, Lisa Maile, has accumulated several years of research experience in Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) at our Lab. Now, her work is gaining recognition in the field, as she is repeatedly sought after as an invited speaker at various workshops and conferences.
Among other recent events, Lisa presented her research, “Dynamic Reservation of Ultra-Reliable Streams in Time-Sensitive Networking,” at the RNDM workshop. She also shared her insights at the TSN/A conference with the presentation titled “Ensuring Reliable and Predictable Behavior of IEEE802.1CB Frame Replication and Elimination,” in front of an audience of 300 participants. Previous to the the TSN/A conference, Lisa’s work was acknowledged for its potential inclusion in the IEEE 802.1CB standard.
The interests in the TSN research of our Lab underscores the importance of TSN in both, the industrial and the academic world, and we are looking forward to future developments!