Dr. Philipp H. Kindt

Dipl.-Ing. (Univ.)

TU München, RCS
Arcisstraße 21
80290 München

Guest Researcher at RCS
Email: philipp.kindt_ät_rcs.ei.tum.de - GPG Key
Consultation hours: By arrangement

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Research Interests

  • Wireless Communication and Wireless Networks (Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, ANT/ANT+, Neighbor Discovery Protocols, Broadcasting Technology, Wifi)
  • Low Power Embedded Systems
  • Microprocessors
  • Digital Imaging
  • Internet of Things, Wearables, Medical Electronics, CPS

See also: Wireless Systems Research @ RCS

Recent Publications

-> Philipp H. Kindt's  publications at DBLP
-> Philipp H. Kindt's publications on Google Scholar

Invited Talks

Optimal Neighbor Discovery in Mobile Wireless Networks, University of Greifswald, Germany (remotely via video), December 14, 2021.

Energy-Optimal Connection Setup in Mobile Wireless Networks, TU Graz, Austria (remotely via video), November 24, 2020.

Optimal Neighbor Discovery in Mobile Wireless Networks, TU Darmstadt, Germany (remotely via video), October 22, 2020.

Optimal Neighbor Discovery in Mobile Wireless Networks, KU Lueven, Ghent, Belgium (remotely via video), October 13, 2020.

"SARS-CoV-2 and Your Smartphone", PIDS Perspectives: A Multi-disciplinary Discourse on Proximity Tracing, University of Passau (remote via Videocall), 23. July 2020

"Optimal Neighbor Discovery in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANETs)", Università degli Studi di Verona, Italy, September 5, 2019

"Low Power Connectivity in MANETs", Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, August 27, 2019

"MANETs for Intelligent Transportation", Indo-German Workshop on Intelligent Transportation, Indian institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, India, October 30, 2019

"Slotless Neighbor Discovery Protocols", Columbia University, New York, USA, April 24, 2017

"SavingPower in Wireless Personal Area Networks", The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, April 27, 2015



Supervised Student Research Projects / DA / BA / MA

  • Wei Zhaoxiong: Real-Time Freezing of Gait Detection and Hardware Implementation
    Research Internship, September 2020
  • Christian Bauer: Angle of Arrival in Bluetooth Low Energy.
    Master's Thesis, December 2019
  • Florian Kaiser: Data Acquisition Strategies in Low-Power Wireless Sensor Networks.
    Masters Thesis, April 2019, in Coollaboration with Blik GmbH
  • [S.N.]: Setup for Collision Detection in Bluetooth Low-Energy.
    Bachelor's Thesis, March 2019
  • Julia Röhrig: Event-based Communication in a Low-Power WSN.
    Master's Thesis, March 2019, in collaboration with Kinexon GmbH,
  • Christian Bauer: Entwicklung einer neuartigen EMV Absorberkabine für Antennenmessungen.
    Research Internship carried out at Kinexon GmbH, January 2019
  • Bernhard Häfner: Automated Optimal Placement of Anchors in UWB Indoor Positioning Systems. Master's Thesis, June 2018, in collaboration with Siemens
  • Ahmed Amine Mansour: An Approach to Asymmetric Neighbor Discovery Protocols.
    Bachelor's Thesis, April 2018
  • Ladislas Loughin: Interference Issues in Wireless Avionics Intra-Communication Networks.
    Master's Thesis, November 2017, in collaboration with Airbus Hamburg
  • Saud Ahmed: Programming IOT Devices with Flow Charts.
    Master's Thesis, June 2017, in collaboration with Dr. Alejandro Ramirez, Siemens Corporate Technology - Wireless Networks
  • Andrea Beretta: Slotless Neighbor Discovery Protocol for Bluetooth Low Energy.
    Bachelor's Thesis, April 2017
  • David Seegerer: Agent-Based Demand Side Management System Including a Mobile Application for User Interaction.
    Master's Thesis carried out at Siemens, March 2017
  • Klaus Werth: Energy-efficent acitivty-recognition by low-power signal processing.
    Bachelors Thesis, October 2016, together with Nils Heitmann
  • Marco Saur: Slotless Wireless Neighbor Discovery Protocols.
    Master's Thesis, August 2016
  • David Ginthör: Energy-Optimized Opportunistic Communication in Wireless Body Area Sensor Networks.
    Bachelor's Thesis, April 2016
  • Marco Saur: Development of Custom BLE stacks.
    Research Internship, November 2015
  • Jonathan Klimt: Power efficient design of online fall detection Algorithms.
    Bachelor's Thesis, July 2015
  • David Seegerer: Load management via multi agent system in JAVA.
    Research Internship conducted at Siemens, May 2015
  • Matthias Pritschet: Concept and realization of a flexibly configurable firmware for potentiostat-based measurements of biochemical parameters.
    Bachelor's Thesis, in collaboration with Dr. Robert Diemer (Deep Innovation GmbH), April 2015
  • Christoph Körner: Entwicklung einer Android-basierten Applikation zur drahtlosen Echtzeitübertragung von On-Board-Diagnose - Parametern.
    Research Internship, in collaboration with Dr. Robert Diemer (Deep Innovation GmbH), April 2015
  • Gautham Nayak Seetanadi: Micro-architectural Techniques for Power Management.
    Master's Thesis, in collaboration with W. Ecker, Infineon Technologies, March 2015
  • Michael Gnädig: Development of a Wireless Sensor Device and Data
    Evaluation with Learning Algorithms.
    Master's Thesis, March 2015
  • Gerhard Reinerth: Detektion von Handtremor in Beschleunigungsdaten.
    Bachelor's Thesis, March 2015
  • Faiza Waheed:  Power Optimized Embedded CPUs.
    Master's Thesis, in collaboration with W. Ecker, Infineon Technologies, November 2014
  • Shrestha Mridul: September 2014.
    Master's Thesis (in collaboration with BMW research)
  • Jochen Vogl: Simulating Collision of Bluetooth Low Energy Link Layer Packets.
    Master's Thesis, June 2014
  • Nils Heitmann: Localization Algorithms for Bluetooth Low Energy.
    Master's Thesis, May 2014
  • Jing Han: Exploiting periodic motion in wireless sensor networks.
    Master's Thesis, April 2014
  • Benedikt Backs: Power Aware Generation of an embedded CPU.
    Master's Thesis, April 2014, in collaboration with W. Ecker, Infineon Technologies
  • Kilian Zinnecker: Positioning Algorithms for High Frequency Signals.
    Bachelor's Thesis, March 2014
  • Nadja Peters: How much Real-Time is enough: Comparison and Quantification of two Real-Time Operating Systems.
    Master's Thesis, Oct 2013, in collaboration with Siemens Corporate Research
  • Mathias Gopp: Serial Cable Replacement via Bluetooth Low Energy.
    Bachelor's Thesis, Jul. 2013
  • Lukas Heim: SW-Development for an ECG Framework.
    Engineering Practice, March 2013
  • Kee Leek Heng: Vision-Based Ball Sorting System.
    Bachelor's Thesis, Jan. 2013

Thesis Reviewer at other institutions

  • Su Roi, University of Queensland, 2015.

Professional Activities

Technical Program Commitees

Euromicro  Conference on Digital System Design (DSD) , Special Session on Security and Privacy of Cyber-Physical Systems (SPCPS), 2021

IEEE International Conference on Sensing, Communication and Networking (SECON), 2021

Euromicro  Conference on Digital System Design (DSD) , Special Session on Security and Privacy of Cyber-Physical Systems (SPCPS), 2020

IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI-SoC) 2017

Paper Reviewing

Philipp H. Kindt reviewed publications in multiple conferences/journals, such as IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), IEEE Transactions on Networking (TON), IEEE Transactions on Computers (TC), IEEE Transactions on Communications (TCOM),  ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS), IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (TWC), the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine (WCM), the IEEE Design & Test Magazine, the ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems (TCPS), the ACM SIGBED International Conference on Embedded Software (EMSOFT),  the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), the IEEE Internet of Things Journal, IEEE Access, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (VTC), IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials (COMST), the IEEE Systems Journal (ISJ), the IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking (TGCN) and the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS).


Session Chair at IOLTS 2019

Software Projects