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Staff of Chair Computer Networks

Dr.-Ing.  Daniel Schuster
Dr.-Ing. Daniel Schuster

Dr.-Ing. Daniel Schuster is a scientific assistant at chair Computer Networks at Dresden University of Technology.

Daniel Schuster received a PhD in computer science from the Faculty of Computer Science of TU Dresden in 2007. Since then, he is leading a team of 5 scientists and PhD students. His research interests are in the areas of information extraction and pervasive collaboration. He has acquired funding for several industry cooperation projects especially within the KMU Innovativ program of the BMBF (german ministry for education and research). He is author and co-author of more than 50 international publications and gives a lecture on real-time communications.


Contact

Office: Nöthnitzer Str. 46
room INF 3085
01187 Dresden (Südvorstadt-West)
Phone: +49 351-463-3 84 57
E-Mail: danielmussschustermusstu-dresdenmussde

Research Projects



Publications

  • Robert Lübke and Daniel Schuster and Alexander Schill:
    Experiences Virtualizing a Large-Scale Test Platform for Multimedia Applications;
    10th International Conference on Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks & Communities (Tridentcom); Vancouver, Kanada; 6/2015

  • Daniel Schuster and Daniel Esser and Klemens Muthmann and Alexander Schill:
    Modelspace - Cooperative Document Information Extraction in Flexible Hierarchies;
    17th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS); Barcelona, Spain; 2015

  • Daniel Esser and Daniel Schuster and Klemens Muthmann and Alexander Schill:
    Few-Exemplar Information Extraction for Business Documents;
    16th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS); Lisbon, Portugal; 2014

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