|Target group||MA Computer Science, MA Information Economics|
|Lecturers||PD Dr.-Ing. Roland Bless|
|Credit points||4 ECTS|
|Lecture notes||ILIAS link|
|Date||mondays, 09:45-11:15, online, see ILIAS|
Place and time
We try hard to keep up our teaching offer even in times of exit and contact restrictions.
The lecture Next Generation Internet is also offered as screen recording and interactive sessions.
The contents of the lecture Introduction to Computer Networks are assumed to be known. Knowledge of the lecture Telematics is strongly recommended, as the contents are an important basis for understanding and the material.
The lecture focuses on current developments in the field of Internet-based network technologies. At first, architectural principles of today's Internet are presented and discussed, followed by a motivation of which challenges exist today and in the future and which alternative newer architectural approaches exist. Methods to support multimedia applications, quality of service, and group communication support are discussed. The use of the presented technologies in IP-based networks will be discussed. Advanced approaches such as virtualized, software-based networks and advanced routing are the subject of this lecture as well as newer developments in the field of transport protocols and peer-to-peer networks.