I’m an associate professor at the University of Stavanger, Norway. My research interest are distributed algorithms and fault tolerant systems.
In 2016 I completed my PhD thesis on Reconfiguration for Fault Tolerant Services in an Asynchronous System at the University of Stavanger (UiS). My supervisors were Prof. Hein Meling (UiS) and Prof. Roman Vitenberg (UiO).
Previously I received a Diploma in Mathematics from the University of Freiburg, Germany.
PhD in Fault Tolerant Distributed Computing, 2012 - 2016
University of Stavanger
Diploma in Mathematics, 2005 - 2011
University of Freiburg, Germany
A short description of the HotStuff BFT protocoll, or my understanding of it. I wrote this up for my blockchain technology course. The targeted audience are blockchain entusiasts that do not necessarily have a distributed computing background.
I participated in the 1st ACM SIGOPS Summer School on Advanced Topics in Systems in Tromsø, Norway. Enjoyed great talks and did get some good feedback on my poster.
Our paper *The Case for Reconfiguration without Consensus: Comparing Algorithms for Atomic Storage* will appear at OPODIS.
I did complete my defens and Dr. Dahlia Malkhi and Prof. Fernando Pedone approved both my thesis and trial-lecture.
Our implelemtation of SmartMerge, Rambo, DynaStore and Speculating-Snapshot is now publicly available at github.com/relab/smartmerge.
My thesis did get accepted. The defense will be on june, 15th.
I did submit my thesis with title: Reconfiguration for Fault Tolerant Services in an Asynchronous System
I did teach the following courses:
I was co-supervisor to the following master and bachelor theses: