Marco Zimmerling

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Office: Mornewegstrasse 30/32, Room 2.2.01

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I am a full professor at TU Darmstadt. My research interests are in the area of cyber-physical systems, with a focus on wireless embedded systems. Overall, I aim at designing and building real systems that are provably dependable, highly adaptive, and sustainable by design.

Previously, I was a full professor at University of Freiburg and, from 2015 until 2022, a research group leader at the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden at TU Dresden. I completed my PhD in computer engineering in 2015 at ETH Zurich in the group of Lothar Thiele. I hold a diploma degree in computer science from TU Dresden. For my thesis project, I visited the groups of Thiemo Voigt at RISE Kista and Per Gunningberg at Uppsala University. During my studies, I interned at IBM for over a year, including a six-month stay at the T.J. Watson Research Center.

To find out more about my work, check out my CV and summaries of key achievements: embracing packet collisions, end-to-end guarantees, and distributed battery-free systems. I also invite you to take a look at our research, publications, and teaching activities.

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