ITI Teams/Low-power Embedded Networked Systems/Team & Contacts

"Low-power Embedded Networked Systems" Group

The Low-power Embedded Networked Systems (LENS) group is a team of researchers focusing on future connected wireless embedded systems, aiming to make them more dependable and sustainable. The team's activities can be broadly characterized as "systems and application-driven experimental research" at the intersection of wireless networking, embedded systems, and IoT applications.

Group members

Fikret Bašić (Postdoc researcher)
Carlo Alberto Boano (group leader)
Hannah Brunner (PhD student)
Markus Gallacher (PhD student)
Theo Gasteiger (PhD student)
Rainer Hofmann (PhD student)
M. Hassaan Hydher (PhD student)
Kay Uwe Römer (group leader)
Elisabeth Salomon (PhD student)
Maximilian P. Schuh (PhD student)
Markus Schuss (Postdoc researcher)
Michael Stocker (PhD student)


Pei Tian (visiting PhD student, 2021-2023)
Sonali Deo (PhD student, 2022-2023)
Mateusz Banaszek (visiting PhD student, 2022)
Michael Spörk (PhD graduate, 2016-2021)
Bernhard Großwindhager (PhD graduate, 2016-2020)
Marco Cattani (Postdoc researcher, 2016-2018)
Marco Steger (PhD graduate, 2015-2018)
Matteo Lasagni (PhD graduate, 2013-2017)
Felix J. Oppermann (PhD graduate, 2013-2016)

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Carlo Alberto Boano
Institute of Technical Informatics
VCard - Personal Website

Prof. Dr. Kay Römer
Institute of Technical Informatics

  • We have an opening for a two-years postdoc position: if you want to shape the future of embedded wireless IoT systems, and make them more dependable, join our group!
Latest News
  • 02.10.2023: Fikret Bašić joins our group as a new postdoctoral researcher.
  • 28.09.2023: Our BLoB paper in collaboration with several colleagues received the best paper award at EWSN'23!
  • 25.09.2023: Our InSight and BLoB papers are among the three best paper nominees at EWSN'23!
  • 01.07.2023: Our article analyzing the impact of carrier frequency offset and RF Interference on PHY performance has been accepted on ACM TOSN!
  • 20.06.2023: Our BmmW paper in collaboration with colleagues from Toshiba Bristol received the best paper award at DCOSS-IoT'23!
  • 01.04.2023: Our article presenting LoRaHop, a framework enabling multi-hop support for LoRaWAN networks has been accepted at the IEEE Internet of Things Journal!
  • 24.03.2023: Our paper on applying NLOS classification and error correction techniques to UWB systems has been accepted and will be presented at CPS-IoTBench'23!
  • 06.11.2022: Hannah Brunner received the best paper award at ENSsys'22!
  • 01.11.2022: Theo Gasteiger joins our group as a new PhD student!
  • 28.09.2022: Markus Schuß has defended his PhD thesis entitled "Benchmarking Low-Power Wireless Networking Systems"!